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China poised for major push into hydrogen – DNV

Global hydrogen economy seen benefitting as Beijing launches policies to support widespread deployment

China is set to make a major push into hydrogen in a move that could significantly accelerate the global development of the industry, according to a survey of energy professionals by Norway-based assurance and risk management company DNV. “In the next one-to-two years, the introduction of hydrogen-related policies will signal the real commencement of hydrogen more broadly in China,” says Yuan Zhengang, director of the New Energy Research Center of the CPPEI, a think tank tied to Chinese NOC CNPC. “China has incomparable advantages in driving the industry forward due to its large-scale population and urban agglomeration network” Zhengang, CPPEI “This could include, for example,



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