A file photo of a steel plant in Tangshan city. The city aims to build 30 hydrogen refuelling stations and have at least 2,500 hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles on the road by 2025. Photo: Xinhua
A file photo of a steel plant in Tangshan city. The city aims to build 30 hydrogen refuelling stations and have at least 2,500 hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles on the road by 2025. Photo: Xinhua

Almost all of Chinese mainland on board with hydrogen development, as Beijing banks on clean fuel for carbon-neutrality drive

  • Tangshan, the world’s biggest steel-producing city, is the latest Chinese city to introduce policies to develop a local hydrogen industry
  • The clean fuel is expected to play a much larger role after China introduced its first-ever national hydrogen strategy in March

A file photo of a steel plant in Tangshan city. The city aims to build 30 hydrogen refuelling stations and have at least 2,500 hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles on the road by 2025. Photo: Xinhua
A file photo of a steel plant in Tangshan city. The city aims to build 30 hydrogen refuelling stations and have at least 2,500 hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles on the road by 2025. Photo: Xinhua
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