China: Foton, Yihuatong, SAIC and Others Push Forward the Era of Hydrogen Transportation in Domestic Airports

By April 29, 2020 2   min read  (251 words)

April 29, 2020 |

Beijing and Shanghai airports Main

Recently, Shanghai Airport Group and SAIC Group formally signed a strategic cooperation framework agreement. Shanghai Airport Group plans to introduce SAIC Group’s new energy products, including hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, to launch new energy vehicle demonstrations and promote the construction of green airports.

This is the second domestic application case of introducing hydrogen energy into airport transportation. Not long ago, BAIC Foton, Sinopec Beijing Petroleum Branch, Beijing Airport Bus, and Yihuatong reached a cooperation intention to deepen cooperation in the research and development, production, operation and construction of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, and promote hydrogen fuel cell vehicles at Beijing Airport The operation of the bus opened a precedent for the application of hydrogen energy in domestic airport traffic.

With the maturity of new energy technologies, the upgrading and transformation of domestic transportation energy has become the general trend. As one of the new energy technology routes, hydrogen fuel cells have gradually been widely used in urban transportation, logistics and other scenarios in recent years.

The airport transportation of Beijing and Shanghai airports have introduced hydrogen energy applications, further expanding the domestic hydrogen fuel cell vehicle application scenarios. At the same time, Beijing and Shanghai, as China’s two core cities, have always been an important indicator of national industrial development.

The introduction of hydrogen energy applications in Beijing and Shanghai airports will inevitably accelerate the pace of expansion of domestic hydrogen energy applications.

Source: Xinhuanet

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