Sino-German Cooperation
on Biodiversity, Climate and Environment
On behalf of International Climate Initiative (IKI)

Study on Hydrogen Industry Development Strategy Plan


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To support the energy transition process and improve resource conservation, the GIZ Jiangsu Project invited German expert Mr Volker Lindner to Changzhou, Suzhou and Rugao (Nantong) for a series of field visits and meetings with local governments and enterprises. Mr Lindner presented best practices of hydrogen utilisation and the hydrogen energy network in Germany’s Ruhr area. On the basis of the findings in China, Mr Lindner worked out a hydrogen industry development strategy plan for the Binjiang Economy Development Zone in Changzhou. The plan focuses on the hydrogen utilisation potentials that exist in transportation, buildings, integrated energy systems and emergency power generation, as well as industrial applications.


Mr. Linder during one of his field visits – Copyright by GIZ

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