A Sinopec facility on the outskirts of Beijing. Sinopec, China’s largest oil refiner and petrochemical producer, aims to also become the country’s No. 1 hydrogen company by 2025. Photo: Simon Song A Sinopec facility on the outskirts of Beijing. Sinopec, China’s largest oil refiner and petrochemical producer, aims to also become the country’s No. 1 hydrogen company by 2025. Photo: Simon Song
A Sinopec facility on the outskirts of Beijing. Sinopec, China’s largest oil refiner and petrochemical producer, aims to also become the country’s No. 1 hydrogen company by 2025. Photo: Simon Song

Climate Change: China’s Sinopec builds world’s biggest solar hydrogen plants in bid to achieve carbon neutrality a decade before national target

  • The plants in Ordos, in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region, and in Tahe, in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, will be powered by solar energy
  • Sinopec Engineering, unit in charge of developing the projects, reports increase in revenue and profit

Topic |   Climate change
A Sinopec facility on the outskirts of Beijing. Sinopec, China’s largest oil refiner and petrochemical producer, aims to also become the country’s No. 1 hydrogen company by 2025. Photo: Simon Song A Sinopec facility on the outskirts of Beijing. Sinopec, China’s largest oil refiner and petrochemical producer, aims to also become the country’s No. 1 hydrogen company by 2025. Photo: Simon Song
A Sinopec facility on the outskirts of Beijing. Sinopec, China’s largest oil refiner and petrochemical producer, aims to also become the country’s No. 1 hydrogen company by 2025. Photo: Simon Song
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