Toyota Motor Europe begins production of its innovative second-generation hydrogen fuel cell modules

Toyota Motor Europe is aiming to enhance its hydrogen fuel cell technology by developing a new second generation module that can expand beyond its use in vehicles.

By creating a lighter and more compact module, Toyota will grow its hydrogen technology from just cars to more diverse applications enabling the company to delve deeper into the lucrative hydrogen market.

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