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Innovative wind-solar hydrogen production project goes live in Inner Mongolia

By Yuan Hui and Wang Songsong | | Updated: 2024-01-09 11:33
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An automated intelligent 220 kV substation, which ensures power supply for the new energy industry, is put into operation. [Photo by Wang Liman/Provided to]

A photovoltaic hydrogen demonstration project in Juungar Banner, Inner Mongolia autonomous region, was recently connected to the grid in a step to stabilize power generation.

It is the first hydrogen-producing integrated project for wind-solar hydrogen production in Inner Mongolia and the world's first 100,000-ton green hydrogen demonstration project.

It utilizes green electricity from solar power to electrolyze water into hydrogen and oxygen through water electrolysis devices. By exploring a new mode of pollution-free and zero-emission hydrogen production using renewable energy, the project aims to address power absorption for high-proportion grid integration of renewable energy sources.

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