Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics buses to be powered by hydrogen

Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics buses to be powered by hydrogen

A fleet of 85 zero emission buses circulating the Olympic Village at the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics will be fuelled with hydrogen supplied by Cockerill Jingli Hydrogen.

The Chinese company, a joint venture between John Cockerill (formerly CMI) and Suzhou Jingli Hydrogen Production Equipment Co., will construct a single-stack electrolyser at Zhangjiakou site with a capacity of 7.5MW – one of the largest electrolysers in the world.

Zhangjiakou is striving to cultivate and grow a hydrogen energy industry and revealed a ‘Hydrogen Energy Zhangjiakou Construction Plan’ back in June:

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