One of the world’s largest renewable power to hydrogen electrolysers has started production, 63 weeks after its announcement in November, 2020. It is located at Zhangjiakou Integrated Green Hydrogen Hub project in Hebei province.

The project is part of a joint venture by Zhangjiakou City Transport and Shell China, which also includes hydrogen fueling stations in Zhangjiakou.

Phase 2 is scheduled to scale operations to 60 MW in the next two years.

Initially, the onshore wind powered electrolyser will supply about half of the hydrogen for fuel cell vehicles at the Zhangjiakou competition zone during the 2022 Olympic Winter Games.

Zhangjiakou City is the co-host city of the Olympic Games, and is about 200 kilometers northwest of Beijing city center. It has been tasked with providing green energy and green transportation for the event.

After the Olympic Games, the green hydrogen will be used for public and commercial transport in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region.

The three shareholders of the project are:

  • Zhangjiakou City Transport Construction Investment Holding Group Co. Ltd. – 48.5%
  • Shell (China) Limited – 47.5%
  • Zhangjiakou Zhiqing Technology Partnership (Limited Partnership) – 4%


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