The last summer Olympic Games held in Tokyo was in 1964. Dubbed the ‘Technology Games’, it was the most advanced to date in terms of new technology solutions being used – from broadcast satellites to touchpads.
Fifty-six years later, in 2020, it will be Japan’s time again to showcase the evolution of technology to the world – and this time it could be dubbed the ‘Hydrogen Olympics’.
The hydrogen industry, including many Hydrogen Council members, will help showcase hydrogen solutions during the event by powering the 6,000-unit Olympic village, lighting the cauldron during the opening ceremony, transporting athletes between stadiums, and fuelling the Olympic torch at the start of the relay.
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