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2020 Tokyo Olympics showcasing hydrogen’s potential to the world
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2020 Tokyo Olympics showcasing hydrogen’s potential to the world

The 2020 Tokyo Olympics, which started on July 23, is showcasing on a global scale how hydrogen can power highly intensive venues in addition to a wide range of applications.

To kickstart the Olympics, it was announced in March that more than 10,000 torchbearers, hand-selected from over half a million applications, will get to carry the torch in selected legs of a 121-day relay, which begun in Naraha, Fukushima on March 25.

Read more: Asahi Kasei technology installed in Fukushima Hydrogen Energy Research Field

Read more: Tokyo Games: A global spotlight on hydrogen

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