Japanese consortium to explore advanced energy and environment technologies; hydrogen included

Advanced energy and environment technologies, including hydrogen production, and hydrogen mobility, are at the heart of a newly formed Japanese consortium.

Formed of between the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Toyota Motor Corporation and Toyota Central R&D Labs, the group has joined forces in hope to accelerate carbon neutrality through a four-step research plan.

Developing elemental technologies for the production, transportation and use of hydrogen is a key focus here, and something which Toyota is already heavily involved in throughout a series of various projects worldwide.

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