Weichai opens hydrogen plant in China

Weichai has opened one of the world’s largest hydrogen fuel cell plants in Shangdong, China.

Tan Xuguang, Chairman of Weichai, yesterday announced that the 20,000-hydrogen fuel cell engine plant was operational, a step closer to building a “green power hydrogen city”.

The Chinese company began constructing the site back in 2018. Now, the project construction is complete along with a set of research and development tests.

Weichai’s new facility features a fuel cell engine and stack production line with a capacity of 20,000 sets, making it one of the largest hydrogen fuel cell engine manufacturing bases in the world.

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