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A hydrogen society: An interview with Panasonic, Part 2

A hydrogen society: An interview with Panasonic, Part 2

For more than 100 years, Panasonic has focused on a philosophy to contribute to society. Environmental issues, and particularly decarbonisation, are among the most important issues globally today, which is why decarbonisation forms the basis of the Japanese company’s ‘Environmental Vision 2050’.

At the centre of this is a vision for a society that creates more energy than it uses. “When we look at the creation of energy, we position hydrogen as one of the most important elements,” Junichi Suzuki, Chairman and CEO of Panasonic Europe, told H2 View in Part 1 of our interview.

A hydrogen society: An interview with Panasonic, Part 1

Here in Part 2, Suzuki and Max Fujita, Head of European Fuel Cells at Panasonic, tell us more about what role Panasonic sees for hydrogen in society as well as share details about the company’s involvement in the hydrogen-powered athlete village for the Tokyo Olympics.

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