Toyota and Eni sign agreement to drive hydrogen station plans in Venice

Toyota, Eni and the Municipality and the Metropolitan City of Venice have signed an agreement for the construction of a hydrogen refuelling station in the Municipality of Venice.

The agreement states that Eni, an Italian oil and gas company, will construct a hydrogen refuelling station at one of its service stations in the Venetian municipal area.

Toyota will also provide a fleet of 10 hydrogen powered Mirai cars which will be supplied to Eni’s refuelling plant.

The agreement is part of an existing collaboration between Toyota, Eni, the Municipality and Metropolitan City of Venice, which aims to promote sustainable and low-emission mobility in the Venetian region.

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