‘World’s largest electrolyser’ begins supplying green hydrogen for the Winter Olympic Games 2022

The Winter Olympic Games 2022 in China will be powered using green hydrogen as one of the “world’s largest electrolysers” begins generating green hydrogen in Zhangjiakou, Shell has said today (Jan 28).

The project is being developed as part of a joint venture between Shell (China) and Zhangjiakou City Transport Construction Investment aiming to introduce green hydrogen as a means to power several utilities and applications at the Winter Olympics 2022.

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With this, the electrolyser will supply around half of the total green hydrogen supply for fuel cell vehicles in the Zhangjiakou competition zone during the Winter Olympic Games, set to begin on February 4, 2022.

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