New hydrogen station opens in Beijing, China
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New hydrogen station opens in Beijing, China

A brand-new hydrogen station is now operational in Beijing, China – and it’s believed to be the largest in the world, boasting a capacity of nearly five tonnes per day.

Open from today (July 8), the station is owned and operated by Beijing Hypower Energy Technology as part of the 200,000 square-meter Beijing International Hydrogen Energy Demonstration Zone.

Capable of refuelling 600 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles a day, the facility features eight hydrogen dispenser units which were supplied and installed by Air Liquide Houpu Hydrogen Equipment.

Air Liquide Houpu also provided commissioning and training services to the station’s employees to ensure smooth operation.

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