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GWM-FTXT launches "Hundred Vehicles Ten Stations" project with signing and delivery
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On May 28, GWM-FTXT, in collaboration with partners in the hydrogen energy industry chain, held the "Establishment of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Hydrogen Energy Industry Ecological Alliance and the Signing and Delivery Ceremony of the 'Hundred Vehicles Ten Stations' Project" in Tangshan, China.

GWM-FTXT signed cooperation agreements for hydrogen vehicle promotion projects with several renowned enterprises, hosting the signing and launch ceremony for the "Hundred Vehicles Ten Stations" project. The initiative aims to deploy over a hundred hydrogen commercial vehicles in the Tangshan region, including hydrogen-powered trucks, hydrogen-powered sanitation vehicles, and other models, to facilitate the large-scale implementation of hydrogen-powered vehicles in China.

Simultaneously, the focus will be on the construction of hydrogen infrastructure networks. Over ten hydrogen refueling stations or integrated energy stations will be strategically built in the Bohai Bay region of China, connecting the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei port cluster and gradually extending to Shandong, Henan, Shanxi, Inner Mongolia, and other areas. This will establish a comprehensive network covering the North China region, creating a hydrogen transport corridor for the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei area and supporting the development of a high-speed hydrogen network in China.

The collaboration between GWM-FTXT and multiple partners will further drive the large-scale application of hydrogen commercial vehicles in China, aiding in reducing the operational costs of hydrogen vehicles, enhancing their market competitiveness, and providing a broader platform for innovation and application of hydrogen technology.

In the future, GWM-FTXT will continue to work hand in hand with industry partners to contribute more wisdom and strength towards advancing energy transition and sustainable development in China and globally.