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Olympics generate attention for hydrogen

Hydrogen bus in the winter sports area of Zhangjiakou

Hydrogen could play a greater role in China’s future power supply than previously assumed. This is the result of a recent report by the oil company Shell. China’s media picked up the study on the occasion of hydrogen utilization at the Olympics. According to the experts, hydrogen plays a major role in areas where electricity cannot be used directly. These include transport with heavy trucks, shipping and aviation, or steel production. According to the study, the energy-rich gas could account for 16 percent of energy revenues by 2060. This would result in huge market growth for the production, handling, and use of hydrogen. Its current share is negligible.

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