Shell to establish ‘first’ hydrogen refuelling network in Asia under new joint venture

Shell has announced plans to build its ‘first’ hydrogen refuelling network in Asia under a new joint venture.

Shell and Shanghai Shenergy Innovation and Development Co. have revealed today (July 29) they have signed an agreement to form a joint venture to develop a network of hydrogen refuelling stations in Shanghai.

The new joint venture, Shanghai Shenergy and Shell New Energy Company Limited plan to build six to 10 stations in Shanghai and Yangzte River Delta over the next five years, with intentions to scale up to 30 stations across the Yangzte River Delta by 2030.

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