Air Liquide Chosen for World’s Largest Hydrogen Station in Beijing, China

Air Liquide’s Technology Chosen for the World’s Largest Hydrogen Station in Beijing, China

The Daxing hydrogen station equipped with Air Liquide technology is the world’s largest hydrogen station with a capacity of nearly 5 tonnes per day. Located in Beijing, it is part of a 200,000 square-meter International Hydrogen Energy Demonstration Zone which includes an exhibition hall opened to the public and inaugurated July 8 2021.

Air Liquide Houpu Hydrogen Equipment Co., Ltd, a subsidiary of Air Liquide Group, supplied and installed 8 hydrogen dispenser units for the Daxing station, owned and operated by Beijing Hypower Energy Technology Ltd. With a capacity of 4.8 tonnes, this station can refuel 600 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles (cargo van, garbage truck and bus) per day, making it the largest in the world in terms of refueling capacity. Air Liquide Houpu also provided commissioning and training services to the station’s employees to ensure smooth operation.

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The Daxing hydrogen station is the world’s largest hydrogen station.

The Daxing hydrogen station is part of the 200,000 square-meter Beijing International Hydrogen Energy Demonstration Zone. Accommodating a technology park, a test base and other function areas, this demonstration zone, open to the public, aims to build an innovation ecosystem that integrates research & development, test and production related to hydrogen energy. An exhibition hall, to which Air Liquide has contributed, was installed and inaugurated on July 8 2021, to provide an immersive experience of hydrogen energy for the public.

Chairman of Beijing Hypower Energy Technology Ltd., Zha Zhiwei, said:

“Air Liquide boasts rich experience in the whole value chain of hydrogen energy. With its hydrogen equipment and installation service, Air Liquide Houpu has played a fundamental role in building the Daxing Hydrogen Refueling Station, the biggest in the world. We look forward to deepening cooperation with Air Liquide to contribute to the deployment of hydrogen refueling stations and energy transition in China.”

 

China is scaling up several fuel cell vehicle projects in 5 priority provinces and 10 major cities, actively developing a low-carbon sustainable automobile industry. Air Liquide will continue to contribute to the progress of hydrogen mobility in China and low-carbon industrial hydrogen, investing in the development and construction of stations, while accelerating the development of local low-carbon hydrogen production in key areas such as the Yangtze River Delta, Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei, as well as in the Guangdong, Hubei & Sichuan provinces. In line with its Climate objective commitments, Air Liquide is proud to contribute to energy transition across the country.

Member of the Air Liquide Group’s Executive Committee supervising Asia Pacific, François Abrial, said:

“We are proud to contribute to the construction of the world’s largest hydrogen station by leveraging Air Liquide’s state-of-art technology. We are convinced that hydrogen will play a key role in the transition to a low-carbon society. We will continue to work with our partners to develop the hydrogen energy infrastructure network in China and support its ambition for hydrogen mobility.”

 

This article was originally published by Air Liquide.

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