New hydrogen station opens in Japan

Japanese energy company ENEOS and power generation company JERA have today opened the Tokyo Oi hydrogen station, located at the Oi Thermal Power State in Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo.

JERA provided the site and constructed the pipelines for the project, while ENEOS constructed the station, equipped with on-site equipment which generates hydrogen from city gas.

The station will be the 42nd commercial hydrogen station operated by ENEOS.

Using city gas from Ohgishima City Gas Supply, the station will supply hydrogen to passenger cars and buses which are being introduced by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government.

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