China’s Sinopec banks on green hydrogen with Xinjiang solar-powered plant

China’s largest oil refiner China Petrochemical Corporation – also known as Sinopec – has started building the world’s largest green hydrogen plant, to be entirely powered by solar energy.Sinopec said on Tuesday the 3 billion yuan (US$470 million) plant in Kuqa city, in the northwestern region of Xinjiang, was expected to start production in June 2023, with a 20,000 tonnes-per-year capacity.According to the company, it will be China’s first photovoltaic-powered hydrogen plant with an annual…

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