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Has the day in the sun finally arrived for green hydrogen and fuel cells on China’s road to attain carbon neutrality by 2060?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The second in a four-part series on China’s carbon neutrality goal of 2060 looks at the nation’s roll-out of hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles (FCVs) and refuelling stations more than a decade ago. The technology’s day in the sun may be arriving. The first part of the series is here.Qingliqingwei, a two-year-old start-up, wagered last year that its business in hydrogen fuel cells was about to pay off.China’s government was increasing its drumbeat of policies to direct the nation to go green, cut…

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The second in a four-part series on China’s carbon neutrality goal of 2060 looks at the nation’s roll-out of hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles (FCVs) and refuelling stations more than a decade ago. The technology’s day in the sun may be arriving. The first part of the series is here.Qingliqingwei, a two-year-old start-up, wagered last year that its business in hydrogen fuel cells was about to pay off.China’s government was increasing its drumbeat of policies to direct the nation to go green, cut…

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