Deployment of zero-emission 'new energy' vehicles in China, including transit buses and commercial vehicles, is a high priority for national, provincial and city governments. In partnership with local companies including Zhongshan Broad-Ocean Motor Co., Ltd. and Guangdong Nation-Synergy Hydrogen Power Technology Co. Ltd., Ballard is delivering market leading, zero-emission fuel cell transportation solutions to the marketplace.
Ballard's activities in China include:
- Market development for hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, including transit buses and commercial vehicles
- Support licensed technology partners in the local assembly of Ballard fuel cell modules
- Provide application engineering support to module integrators and original equipment manufacturers
- Support supply chain activities related to localized component sourcing
- Provide after-sales service to technology partners and EV operators
Guangzhou Ballard Power Systems Co., Ltd.
This office serves as our operations center for all of China, providing responsive, high-quality support our customers. Staff fulfill a number of key roles, including business development, account management, applications engineering, after-sales support, quality assurance and supplier development. The company is registered as a wholly foreign-owned enterprise (WFOE) with the name of 广州市巴拉德动力系统有限公司 (Guangzhou Ballard Power Systems Co., Ltd.).
Unit 73, 38 Floor,
Chow Tai Fook Finance Centre,
6 Zhujiang Dong Road,
Tianhe District, Guangzhou
General enquires: 0086-20-2831-7504
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Weichai Ballard Hy-Energy Technologies Co., Ltd. ("WBJV")
Established in November 2018, Weichai-Ballard Hy-Energy Technologies Co., Ltd. is a sino-foreign equity joint venture owned 51% / 49% respectively by Weichai Power and Ballard, formed as part of a major strategic transaction which saw Weichai become Ballard's largest shareholder. Weichai is a leading automotive and equipment manufacturer specializing in the production of powertrains, automotive, intelligent logistics, automotive parts and components, with over 74,000 employees and a global revenue of approximately $23 billion in 2017.
In 2019, we will focus on building out the WBJV organization and start on a multi-year technology transfer program for the exclusive rights to manufacturer Ballard's next generation LCS fuel cell stack and LCS-based modules for bus, commercial truck, and forklift markets in China. WBJV will be based on Weichai's global headquarters in Weifang, Shandong, and is expected to leverage Weichai's extensive expertise in design engineering, powertrain integration, supply chain management, and operational excellence to become a leading fuel cell product manufacturer for the heavy duty vehicle market in China.