Air Liquide opens hydrogen station in Tokorozawa Matsugo

Air Liquide opens hydrogen station in Tokorozawa Matsugo

Air Liquide Japan has opened the first hydrogen station in Saitama Prefecture, Japan.

Located in Tokorozawa Matsugo, the station was created as a joint project between Air Liquide Japan and Japan H2 Mobility.

This is the third station jointly operated by these two companies and it’s also Air Liquide Japan’s first on-site hydrogen station – meaning that hydrogen is both produced and supplied to fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) on site.

The hydrogen refuelling system utilises Air Liquide Japan’s standard-type package and the inclusion of additional pressure accumulators makes this a high-performance station capable of refuelling the large capacity fuel tanks of fuel cell buses.

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