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Toshiba begins construction on integrated Hydrogen Application Center

Toshiba Corporation broke ground on a new Hydrogen Application Center at its Fuchu Complex in western Tokyo. Scheduled to start operation in April 2017, the center will be built around a newly designed H2One hydrogen power system that will use renewable energy to produce hydrogen and supply it to fuel-cell powered forklifts operating in Fuchu Complex.


The system is controlled by Toshiba’s hydrogen energy management system, H2EMS, which includes a new hydrogen demand prediction function that forecasts supply requirements for fuel cell vehicles, allowing space saving optimization of the area devoted to hydrogen storage.



The same or similar systems could be used to produce clean H2 for FCEVs of fall sizes?

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