Lin-gang Special Area to develop hydrogen energy-dominated industrial cluster
Shanghai set up a demonstration zone for China-Japan regional development cooperation on July 24. It is aimed at developing the hydrogen energy-dominated industrial cluster in Lin-gang Special Area.
The zone will continue working to open up and create a more conducive business environment. It will also benefit from developed industrial supporting facilities and further improve its domestic hydrogen energy standard system.
Officials also announced that the China-Japan Hydrogen Energy Industrial Alliance will build collaborative platforms and integrate enterprises involved in the hydrogen energy industrial chain, such as research and development institutions, equipment suppliers, consulting services, and more.
Some Japanese enterprises, such as CIC and Mikisangyo, have already agreed to move to the demonstration zone.
The zone will provide hydrogen-powered vehicles as an ecofriendly alternative for the new energy vehicle industry, which will recharge faster than other new energy vehicles.
Lin-gang T6 is a hydrogen-powered tram currently under construction. [Photo/WeChat account: shlgguanweihui]