Toyota increases hydrogen demand after announcing sales targets for FCVs

Toyota Motor has announced its plans to sell more than 50,000 fuel cell vehicles by the year 2025, generating an increased demand for hydrogen (H2) from the industrial gas industry. The Japanese company aims to sell in excess of 10,000 FCVs per year from 2020, directly linking to a higher demand on the H2 production infrastructure, for both stations and supply methods. Read More

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The top 10 car tech innovations of 2015

“Hydrogen fuel cells have been around for decades and we’ve seen many concepts and prototypes powered by the zero-emission propulsion system. While the market still determines whether fuel cell cars have a future, some automakers are taking a more aggressive approach. One is Toyota which in 2015 became the first […]

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