China Automotive Engineering Research Institute Plans to Invest 500 Million Yuan ($70.49 million) into National Hydrogen Power Quality Inspection Center in Chongqing

By August 29, 2019 2   min read  (366 words)

August 29, 2019 |

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On August 26, China Automotive Research and the Chongqing Liangjiang New District Management Committee successfully signed the “Investment Agreement” and planned to invest in the construction of the National Hydrogen Power Quality Inspection Center in Chongqing Liangjiang New District.

 Zhang Fengchun, deputy general manager of General Technology Group, and Wan Xinming, general manager of the company attended the signing ceremony.

CAERI ChinaThe National Hydrogen Power Quality Inspection Center,  is the first national-level hydrogen energy quality inspection center established by China Automotive Research Institute and will be built in Yufu Industrial Park, Liangjiang New District, Chongqing.

 The project relies on China Automotive Research’s strong automotive technology research and development capabilities, first-class test equipment and high industry visibility. It will aim to fully serve the hydrogen energy industry, and it is expected to realize the test capability system of the whole process of hydrogen energy power in the future.

A spokesman from the Liangjiang District said, “Setting up the hydrogen quality inspection centre in the Liangjiang district will be helpful to realise the gathering of a hydrogen power industry, provide security for the transition and upgrade the energy, automotive and equipment manufacturing industries. At the same time, it also helps the district to seize a commanding ground for the development of the hydrogen energy industry.”

About China Automotive Engineering Research Institute Co., Ltd
CAERI was established in March 1965, is a first-class state institute (ever named Chongqing Heavy-duty Vehicle Research Institute). It has renamed as Chongqing Vehicle Research Institute and transformed to a scientific and technological enterprise in 2001. The Institute was transferred to SASAC of the State Council in 2003 and was incorporated into China General Technology (Group) Holding Co., Ltd in 2006. Therefore, the Institute became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Genertec. In 2007, it was renamed as China Automotive Engineering Research Institute, and integrally transformed to a limited liability company. In 2010, it was changed into China Automotive Engineering Research Institute Co., Ltd. CAERI was listed in Shanghai Stock Exchange on 11th, June, 2012. The registered capital is 961.179867 million. Legal Representative: Li Kaiguo. The new R&D and testing base of CAERI was completed and put into use in Oct, 2013.

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