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Green hydrogen station H2One Station Unit opens in Tsuruga City, Japan

Tsuruga City in Fukui Prefecture, Japan and Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corporation (Toshiba ESS) announced that the H2One Station Unit has started opening in Tsuruga City, which is the first launched hydrogen station in the Hokuriku region.

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The H2One Station Unit made by Toshiba ESS is a system which produces hydrogen using electric power generated by renewable energy and supplies hydrogen to fuel cell vehicles. The system is capable of producing enough hydrogen for eight hydrogen fuel cell vehicles per day in three minutes at the fastest speed.

Tsuruga City and Toshiba ESS have been studying about the construction of a supply chain in the city. Following H2One—a one-container model—the H2One Multi Station will start operation for supplying green electricity to electric vehicles and to Tsuruga City’s public wholesale market.

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Bob Smith

Hi

I want to build a 40+ home residential area which is currently off the UK Electric Grid

What solutions have you that I could use please, for power, supply estimating 40 Homes using 10KW/day?

Thanks

Robert

Juan Antonio Roldán García

Hi, Robert,

A residential area demands electricity and heat, which can be supplied with hydrogen in a simple way.

At least 3.4 kW should be installed for each house if it is for a developed country.

Besides energy in the form of heat and electricity, it is also possible to supply hydrogen for vehicles.

I find the project very interesting as well as ambitious.

Anything that can help, do not hesitate to contact me:
info@ingenieroemprendedor.com - www.ingenieroemprendedor.com

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