SinoHytec, a hydrogen fuel cell engine manufacturer based in China, recently passed a listing hearing for the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. With this move, SinoHytec will become the first firm in the hydrogen energy field to be publicly traded in Hong Kong.
SinoSynergy, a hydrogen fuel cell company based in China's eastern Zhejiang province, on November 22 submitted a listing application to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, with Huatai Financial Holdings named as the exclusive sponsor.
ZD Power, a Chinese smart energy solution provider, announced on October 27 that it had completed an A Round of financing exceeding 100 million yuan ($13.8 million). This round of financing was led by GL Ventures and was followed by Source Code Capital and Creo Capital.
WeView, a Shanghai-based new energy storage enterprise, announced on September 21 that it had completed several rounds of financing in six months, with a total amount exceeding 400 million yuan ($56.8 million).
On August 18, China's Ministry of Science and Technology and other eight departments announced the "Implementation Plan of Carbon Peaking and Carbon Neutralization Supported by Science and Technology (2022-2030)."
On August 8, the southern Chinese metropolis of Guangzhou put a first batch of 24 hydrogen-powered sanitation trucks into operation in its Huangpu District.
On August 8, the China New Energy Storage Industry Innovation Alliance was established in Beijing. The innovation alliance was initiated by China Energy Engineering Group Co., Ltd. (CEEG), CATL and and Trina Solar Co., Ltd.
Haitai Solar, a photovoltaic module manufacturer based in China, on August 8 officially listed to the Beijing Stock Exchange.
On August 2, China's Datang Sanya 60 MW PV flat-rate grid pilot project was announced to have been successfully connected to the grid on July 29.
China's National Development and Reform Commission issued an announcement on Tuesday, putting forward the main objectives of constructing a modern energy system during its “14th Five-Year Plan” Period.
The Guangzhou Development and Reform Commission issued the "14th Five-Year Plan" document on Wednesday, designed for the innovation and development of intelligent and new energy vehicles.