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Hokuriku region’s first hydrogen station open

Hokuriku region’s first hydrogen station open

The first hydrogen station in Japan’s Hokuriku region was opened at the end of December (2019).

Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corporation (Toshiba ESS) provided the technology and opened the station in Tsuruga City.

The H2One™ Station Unit, made by Toshiba ESS, is a system which produces hydrogen using electric power generated by renewable energy and supplies hydrogen to fuel cell vehicles.

The system is capable of producing enough hydrogen for eight hydrogen fuel cell vehicles per day, refuelled in three minutes at the fastest speed.

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