Xinjiang Launches First Photovoltaic Green Energy Hydrogen Production Project

Release time:

2023-10-23


In a recent event held on March 17th, 2023, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region launched its first photovoltaic green energy hydrogen production project. The Yining City photovoltaic green energy hydrogen production and storage integrated project has a total investment of 8.146 billion yuan, with an annual planned investment of 1 billion yuan. The project aims to form four major industries, including green energy, green transportation, green chemical, and high-end manufacturing, as well as a "Belt and Road Yili International Hydrogen Energy Demonstration Park" with positive interactions.

The project is a significant step towards promoting renewable energy in the region, as it uses photovoltaic energy to produce green hydrogen. Green hydrogen is a complete industrial ecological system for the entire downstream hydrogen energy industry, including hydrogen transportation, hydrogen industry, and hydrogen chemical services. The project will include a 1 million kilowatt photovoltaic power station, a 2,000 cubic meters/hour hydrogen production plant, and a 2-ton hydrogen refueling station. It is expected that the project will achieve a production value of 12 billion yuan and a profit of 2 billion yuan by 2025 after it is put into operation.

The Yining City photovoltaic green energy hydrogen production and storage integrated project is a major development for the renewable energy sector in Xinjiang. It is expected to play a significant role in promoting the development of renewable energy in the region and provide a positive example for the rest of the country. This project demonstrates the commitment of Xinjiang to explore new and innovative ways to harness renewable energy and address the challenges of climate change.

In conclusion, the launch of the Yining City photovoltaic green energy hydrogen production and storage integrated project is a significant step towards promoting renewable energy in Xinjiang. The project's innovative use of photovoltaic energy to produce green hydrogen demonstrates the region's commitment to exploring new and innovative ways to address climate change. It is a positive development that will have a significant impact on the future of the renewable energy sector in the region and beyond.