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Sinopec aims for Chinese hydrogen leadership

Beijing-based company is seeking to collaborate in developing a green hydrogen supply chain

China’s Sinopec has provided a glimpse of its future in hydrogen following a meeting with four of the country’s biggest solar energy players. The diversified oil and gas conglomerate is to prioritise hydrogen with the aim of becoming the leading domestic player. Sinopec recently made public a video conference held last month with Golden Concord Holdings, Trina Solar, LONGi Solar and Tianjin Zhonghuan Semiconductor to discuss potential cooperation on renewable energy projects. Trina is one of the world’s largest solar panels producers, while the other three private enterprises are leaders in different segments of the supply chain of materials used to make solar panels. Sinopec produced more t



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