Thu. May 30th, 2024


Toyota is deeply invested in hydrogen fuel cell technology, with a focus on emission-free vehicles. Here are the key things to know about Toyota’s hydrogen fuel cell technology:

  • Toyota has been working on fuel cell technology for over 30 years, starting its program in 1992.
  • The fuel cell technology uses a proton-exchange membrane and does not require a humidifier.
  • Toyota has expanded fuel cell technology beyond automotive uses to include generators, boats, trains, and more.
  • Toyota offers hydrogen-powered trucks and has partnered with PACCAR to create zero emission trucks.
  • Toyota has built a hydrogen production facility in the US in partnership with FuelCell Energy.
  • New hydrogen fuel cell technology is safe and uses familiar fuel infrastructure.
  • Toyota’s hydrogen-powered cars have been on the road for nearly a decade, with the Mirai being a proven technology.
  • Toyota has big plans for hydrogen and sees it as a key to a carbon-neutral future by 2050.

Toyota’s dedication to hydrogen fuel cell technology and its efforts to expand its use beyond vehicles demonstrate its commitment to emission-free technology and a sustainable future.

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