Toyota Tsusho expands its hydrogen business

Toyota Tsusho is expanding its hydrogen business, having today (13th April) confirmed an investment made in hydrogen fuel cell and electrolysis system manufacturer Enoah.

According today’s statement, the investment was made in October (2020) and will allow Toyota Tsusho to supply hydrogen fuel cells that match customer needs. The investment will also see Toyota Tsusho expand the use of hydrogen fuel cells in areas that have not traditionally used them.

Up until now, Toyota Tsusho has been importing fuel cells made by foreign manufacturers and selling them in Japan. However, as applications for fuel cells have diversified, it has become necessary to customise product specifications according to customers’ usage environments.

Enoah has a solid performance record of many years manufacturing and selling fuel cell test systems. The company is a rare system integrator, capable of customising the design and assembly of hydrogen fuel cell systems for utilising renewable energy.

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