China has the potential to manufacture one million photocats, and that’s not even the biggest project on the horizon.
According to a recent report from the countrys state-run Xinhua news agency, China has an enormous stockpile of the rare metal in the form of a complex photocATalyst.
The Xinhua report, which cited unnamed sources, says China is now working on a number of other products that have not yet been disclosed, and the country’s nuclear energy and military industries are also expected to invest heavily in the technology.
The Xinhua article, which was originally published on March 13, notes that China has a long-term strategy for the production of a million high-tech photocatalysis devices, including a variety of materials that would help the country achieve its goal of producing 100 trillion high-grade photocataks per year by 2030.
According to Xinhua, China is already building a huge plant to produce the metal for its own needs.
That plant, the largest in the world, is located near the town of Pudong in the northeastern city of Chengdu.
Xinhua says the plant will be capable of producing one million high quality photocatas per year, a significant amount of which will go into producing the metal.
The report, however, says the actual amount of the metal being produced in the plant is still a secret.
The company that is working on the project is called the Pudongs Pheudong Materials Corporation.
The company is building a facility to process the material, which will be used to make the final product.
It is also said that the project will be linked to a new nuclear reactor.
In addition to the high-performance photocatalexpressors, the Puchang Pheudsong Materials and Energy Corporation also has plans to develop other advanced materials and technologies, including “superconducting supercapacitors.”
The report says that the company plans to launch a commercial product by the end of 2019 that will be able to generate enough electricity to power 300 homes for 12 hours.
The final product will then be sold in China as well as around the world.