According to foreign media reports, SAIC recently announced its “hydrogen strategy” and plans to launch at least 10 fuel cell vehicle products by 2025. SAIC Group recently released the fuel cell vehicle SAIC Maxus euniq 7, which is equipped with the third generation fuel cell system developed by SAIC. SAIC said that it would promote the mass application of the new generation of independent fuel cell technology in heavy trucks, light trucks, buses and other commercial vehicle products in combination with user scenarios, and timely launch new fuel cell passenger vehicles. < p > < p > SAIC said that as a secondary energy source, hydrogen energy has obvious advantages such as zero carbon, high efficiency, energy interconnection media, storage, safety and controllability, and can be widely applied in many fields such as transportation, industry and construction. The fuel cell vehicle using hydrogen as the “fuel” has the advantages of no pollution, high efficiency, high load, fast filling and long endurance. SAIC said that it plans to launch at least 10 fuel cell vehicle products by 2025, with its Jeb hydrogen technology reaching a market value of 10 billion, establishing a fuel cell R & D and operation team with more than 1000 people, forming a production and sales scale of 10000 fuel cell vehicles, with a market share of more than 10%. By 2025, SAIC’s self-developed fuel cell system will achieve cumulative sales of more than 30000 sets. Global Tech