Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Toyota Develops Packaged Fuel Cell System to Eliminate Carbon Footprint

On Friday, Toyota Motor said it produced a packaged fuel cell system module as it hopes to extend its zero-emission technology use and accessibility in the midst of the industry’s move to electric vehicles (EVs).

The company revealed on Friday that the new fuel cell (FC) battery system, which has previously been available in separate pieces, would be available in a compact packed module for use as a stationary power generator or in cars, buses, trains, and ships.

Toyota said it hopes to sell the module to other companies in the spring of 2021 or later, but it didn’t say how much it would cost or how many it will sell.

The Japanese company said in a statement, “Toyota has taken numerous steps towards the development of a hydrogen society.”

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