Yanmar: Hydrogen-fuelled power systems for the future

A pioneer in engine technology, and a global innovator in a wide range of industrial equipment, Yanmar Power Technology prides itself in a range of advanced solutions for land, sea and city applications – and many of these now feature hydrogen-fuelled systems.

The company started out in 1912 in Osaka, Japan, but has since gone on to develop compact industrial engines and large commercial engines, agricultural machinery and facilities, construction equipment, energy systems, marine, to machine tools, and components.

Yanmar, however, is now starting to move away from its conventional diesel offerings as it looks to support a decarbonised future with the implementation of hydrogen technologies. Here, in this exclusive interview, we speak to Tomohisa Tao, President of Yanmar Power Technology, to find out more about the company, its hydrogen innovations and its plans for the future.

Thank you for taking the time to talk to H2 View. Why don’t you start off by telling us a little more about Yanmar’s role in the evolving hydrogen economy?

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