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Sinopec to build world’s largest ‘green hydrogen’ plant

State-owned oil company China Petrochemical Corporation – Sinopec for short – is building a hydrogen production plant in the northwestern region of Xinjiang that will be powered entirely by photovoltaics. The plant in the city of Kuqa will be the world’s largest production facility for so-called “green hydrogen,” Sinopec announced Tuesday. It is expected to start production in June 2023. The annual capacity will be 20,000 tons, according to Sinopec. The state-owned company plans to invest a total of billions of ¥3 billion (€415 million).

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