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9 August, 2018

Fukushima Hydrogen Energy Research Field (FH2R)

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Japan’s New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO), Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corporation (Toshiba ESS), Tohoku Electric Power Co., Inc. and Iwatani Corporation today announced that it has started construction of Fukushima Hydrogen Energy Research Field (FH2R), a large-scale hydrogen energy system in Namie-cho, Fukushima Prefecture.

FH2R will operate a 10,000kW class hydrogen production facility that will start operation in 2020, after final tests to verify the technologies. Hydrogen produced at FH2R will be used to power fuel cell vehicles and to support factory operations.

NEDO, Toshiba ESS, Tohoku Electric Power Co., Inc. and Iwatani Corporation will continue to contribute to realize a hydrogen economy.

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