A new hydrogen station opened in Nagoya Nakagawa, Aichi Prefecture on Thursday as Japan continues on its mission to have 320 stations and 200,000 fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) on roads by 2025.
Created as a joint project between Air Liquide Japan and Japan H2 Mobility (JHyM), this is the sixth station jointly operated by these two companies and the fifth in the Aichi Prefecture.
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Aichi Prefecture has one of the largest numbers of hydrogen vehicles and stations with the latest numbers from May 2020 recording 1,136 FCEVs and 26 stations.
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