Japan making progress with hydrogen fuel cell vehicles

By Staff reporter 18 May 2017

Japan is pushing ahead with its plans to expand the use of hydrogen fuel cells in the transport sector, with a consortium of companies planning to build around 300 hydrogen refuelling stations over 10 years from 2018, according to the Nikkei Asian Review.

A new company will be established to deliver the project and is expected to include players such as Tokyo Gas, Idemitsu Kosan, Iwatani Corp., Honda, Toyota and JXTG Holdings.

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