Source: China Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle Network
On November 3, Shanghai Municipal Development and Reform Commission, Municipal Bureau of Finance and other relevant departments issued the "Several Policies on Supporting the Development of Fuel Cell Vehicle Industry in the City", which stated that the incentive standard is 200,000 yuan for complete vehicles and 30,000 yuan for parts and components.
The policy contains six key measures such as vehicle purchase incentive, key parts incentive, vehicle operation incentive, support for bus transportation, hydrogen refueling station construction subsidy, and hydrogen retail price subsidy.
Among them, hydrogen refueling station construction subsidy: before the end of 2025, if the vehicle hydrogen refueling station operation and construction main body constructs a hydrogen refueling station in the Shanghai area in accordance with the relevant regulations, completes the completion and acceptance and obtains the gas operation license (vehicle hydrogen), Shanghai will give subsidies according to the total investment of no more than 30% of the approved equipment purchase and installation, and the subsidy standard is appropriately inclined to the hydrogen refueling station with 70MPa refueling capacity. Among them, the maximum subsidies for each hydrogen refueling station will not exceed 5 million yuan, 4 million yuan and 3 million yuan respectively for those who obtain gas operation licenses by the end of 2022, 2023 and 2024-2025. The subsidy funds will be disbursed in three years.
Hydrogen retail price subsidy: Before the end of 2025, the hydrogen refueling stations that have obtained gas business license (hydrogen for vehicles) and whose hydrogen retail price does not exceed 35 yuan/kg will be subsidized to the operators of hydrogen refueling stations according to the actual annual sales volume of hydrogen. Among them, the subsidy standard for 2021 is RMB20/kg; the subsidy standard for 2022-2023 is RMB15/kg; and the subsidy standard for 2024-2025 is RMB10/kg.
Shanghai: "Several Policies on Supporting the Development of the City's Fuel Cell Vehicle Industry" Released