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Toyota collaborates on DOE project to advance megawatt-scale fuel cell power generation systems
© Toyota & NREL
Toyota collaborates on DOE project to advance megawatt-scale fuel cell power generation systems
© Toyota & NREL

Toyota collaborates on DOE project to advance megawatt-scale fuel cell power generation systems

In a 3-year $6.5m, US Department of Energy (DOE) funded collaboration, Toyota Motor North America will work with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) to build, install and evaluate a 1MW PEM fuel cell power generation fuelled by hydrogen.

Set to be carried out at NREL’s Flatirons Campus in Arvada, Colorado, the 1MW system integrates multiple Toyota fuel cell modules into a larger system to provide responsive stationary power, supporting the DOE’s [email protected] vision for clean hydrogen.

The Toyota fuel cell generator comes as part of the Advanced Research on Integrated Energy System (ARIES) megawatt-scale hydrogen system being designed and commissioned at NREL’s Flatirons Campus.

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