With the second week of COP26 in full swing, today (Nov 11) marks the Cities, Regions and Built Environmentagenda in which innovative technologies and projects will be showcased to promote sustainable, greener lifestyles in urban environments.
Hydrogen has the potential to be utilised in urban settings to distinguish a green pathway in which to expand zero-emission technologies and promote cleaner cities and living.
A perfect example of the successfulness in implementing hydrogen technologies into urban cities and environments can be exhibited in Tokyo, Japan, with the city successfully powering much of the recent 2020 Olympic Games using hydrogen.
At the heart of the Tokyo Olympics was the unique Harumi Flag, an innovative hydrogen-powered city complex which served as the Olympic athlete village throughout the duration of the event.
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