Denso and Toyota to start green hydrogen demonstration project

Denso Corporation will start a demonstration project at Denso Fukushima this month to produce and use green hydrogen at its plant in collaboration with Toyota Motor Corporation as part of an initiative to realise carbon-neutral manufacturing.

Through the demonstration project, the companies aim to build a model of local production, using the produced hydrogen in the plant gas furnace.

Denso Fukushima has built solar and wind power generation systems on its premises, replacing electricity from fossil fuels with renewable energy derived from private power generation.

Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) electrolyzer system equipment developed by Toyota will be introduced to produce hydrogen through the electrolysis of water.

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