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Chinese automaker is set to launch the largest green hydrogen-to-methanol project in the world.

A subsidiary of Chinese auto company Geely is planning a green methanol project with a potential annual production capacity of 100 million tonnes. This project will require around 20 million tonnes of green hydrogen per year. Inner Mongolia Liquid Sunshine Energy Technology is set to start construction on a 500,000 tonnes-a-year plant in July, with plans for future expansion. Geely has also opened a methanol facility in China, but methanol-powered vehicles remain uncommon. The supply of green methanol for ships is currently derived from biomass due to limited availability of renewable hydrogen.
The development of green methanol production using renewable energy sources presents promising opportunities for sustainable energy and emissions reduction. However, challenges related to the availability and cost-effectiveness of renewable hydrogen for methanol production need to be addressed for widespread adoption.
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https://www.hydrogeninsight.com/production/chinese-carmaker-plans-world-s-biggest-green-hydrogen-to-methanol-project/2-1-1586770



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  • johnte ndeto

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    Such a massive project 💯

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    • George Kariuki

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      Green methanol, produced using renewable hydrogen, offers a potential decarbonization pathway for sectors like shipping and heavy-duty transport, which are difficult to electrify directly.

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      • We Don't Have Time

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        • Kevin

          11 w

          Sustainable energy solutions will truly guide our green future

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          • Rotich Kim

            12 w

            This will help in reduction of emissions

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            • Princess

              12 w

              This is truly impressive 👏.

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              • Joseph Githinji

                12 w

                This is a great milestone by Chinese automaker that shows a great commitment to reduce emmisions and create a sustainable future.

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                • Jane Wangui

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                  @joseph_githinji I agree.Less carbon emissions polluting the environment.

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                • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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                  The announcement of the largest green hydrogen-to-methanol project by a Chinese automaker is a significant leap towards sustainable energy solutions. Geely's subsidiary's ambitious plan to create a green methanol project with an annual production capacity of 100 million tonnes demonstrates a commitment to addressing environmental concerns. The utilization of renewable energy sources for green methanol production is a promising approach for reducing emissions and promoting sustainability.

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