Air Liquide and Sinopec have opened two new hydrogen stations in the Jiading district of Shanghai, China.

In early November, gasworld reported that the French industrial gas giant and Asia’s largest refiner signed a memorandum of understanding to accelerate the deployment of hydrogen mobility solutions and will provide competitive hydrogen supply solutions to the Chinese clean mobility markets..

Air Liquide and Sinopec sign MoU to accelerate hydrogen in China

The new hydrogen stations feature a delivery pressure of 35 MPa and a capacity of 1,000kg of low-carbon hydrogen per day each, but are soon to be equipped with an additional 70 MPa delivery pressure dispenser. 

Rebuilt from original gas stations, the upgraded facilities are equipped with Air Liquide Houpu up-to-date hydrogen equipment and technology and have a capacity to meet the needs of the 200 hydrogen fuel cell logistic trucks that are deployed in the area.


Source: Air Liquide

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