Caixin Global – Latest China News & Headlines

Home >


CX Tech is Caixin Global's real-time tech news portal, featuring 24-hour news, short-form analysis, and roundups from business and tech media in China.

Didi to Expand New Logistics Service From 8 to 19 Cities in China
China’s Li Auto Raises $750 Million Through Bond Sale to Fund Electric Car Development
Plant-Based Food Firm Beyond Meat to Open Plant Based in China
iFlyTek Hopes to Cash in on Pandemic Driven Demand for AI Services and Devices
Joint Alibaba and Russian Online Retailer AliExpress Plans IPO as Early as 2022: Report
Trending in China: ‘Easy to Buy, Hard to Redeem’ – Airline Pandemic Related Coupons Under Fire
Tesla Counters Spying Concerns Saying Car Cameras Not Activated Outside North America
Reinventing In-Car CB Radio or Cutting-Edge Tech? Clubhouse-Like Features Built into Xpeng Cars
Smart Projector and Laser TV Startup Xgimi Predicts Big Profits
Trending in China: Speculators or Trading Apps — Who’s to Blame for $7,000 Sneakers?
Nio and Xpeng Both Set Quarterly Records But Still Lag Behind Tesla
Call of Duty Mobile Developer Outplays Games Publisher as Timi Studio Earns More Than Activision Blizzard
TSMC to Beef Up Chip Production Capacity with $100 Billion Investment Plan
Bilibili Invests in Mobile Game Developer Amid Push to Expand Content Library
Trending in China: Xiaomi’s New Logo Fails to Wow Despite Famous Design Team
Competition in China’s Power Bank Market Heats up as Jiedian and Soudian Announce Merger Plans
Tencent-Backed Online Publisher Doubles Down in North America
Is TikTok Sister App in China Douyin About to Go Public?
Trending in China: Should Online Critics be Forced to Apologise for Giving Bad Reviews? Spins off Cloud and AI Assets to Fintech Unit
China’s Largest Hydrogen-Fueling Station Opens in Shanghai

By Ren Qiuyu and Li Liuxi / Jun 07, 2019 03:59 PM / Business & Tech

Photo: VCG

Photo: VCG

China is fueling up its green energy vehicle push with the completion of the country’s largest hydrogen filling station in Shanghai.

The station, completed earlier this week and built by Shanghai Yilan Energy and Technology, can fuel up hydrogen-burning cars with daily capacity of up to 1,920 kg of the gas, which produces water vapor as its only by-product. That’s enough to power up to 600 vehicles per day when the station in China’s financial capital becomes operational soon.

The expansion of hydrogen stations is expected to bolster Shanghai’s bus fleet that gets its mojo from hydrogen fuel cells and also encourage more use of green vehicles in general.

But some industry insiders remained skeptical. “It’s not enough to just build a hydrogen station,” one insider told Caixin. “There also has to be a certain scale of hydrogen vehicles, otherwise the station will not be able to operate effectively.”

Related: Five Things to Know About China’s Wacky Water-Fueled Car Controversy 

Contact reporter Ren Qiuyu (

Share this article
Open WeChat and scan the QR code