When eleven Japanese companies joined forces in 2018 to help accelerate the deployment of hydrogen stations for fuel cell vehicles in Japan, it was a world first.
Japan H2 Mobility (JHyM) created the world’s first framework in which infrastructure developers, automakers and investors collaborated, based on the common belief in the effectiveness of hydrogen and fuel cells for mobility and continued sustainable societal development.
The 11 partners in the venture are Air Liquide Japan, Toyota Motor Corporation, Nissan Motor, Honda Motor, JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation, Idemitsu Kosan, Iwatani Corporation, Tokyo Gas, Toho Gas, Toyota Tsusho Corporation and Development Bank of Japan.
JHyM will foster the deployment of hydrogen stations throughout Japan under the guidance of the Japanese Central Government’s Ministerial Council on Renewable Energy, Hydrogen and Related Issues.
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