Tokuyama factory being powered by Panasonic hydrogen fuel cell generators as part of demonstration project

A Tokuyama factory in Japan is being powered by Panasonic’s hydrogen fuel cell generators as part of a trial – and it’s the first demonstration of its kind in the country.

Panasonic today (Sep 14) said it has installed the equipment – which configured six pure hydrogen fuel cell generators into one unit – at the Japanese chemicals company’s factory in Shunan City, Yamaguchi Prefecture.

Hydrogen supply piping, thermal piping and power output lines were connected and integrated with the unit, thereby achieving the synergistic operation of six pure hydrogen fuel cell generators as one system, Panasonic explained.

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