Sergio Matalucci for PV Magazine covers our JBEC/Tokyo press release.
The Hydrogen Stream: Projects move forward in China, Japan, Australia and across several European countries
Sergio Matalucci | PV Magazine | April 2, 2021
Ways2H is building a facility in the Tokyo area that will convert daily 1 ton of dried sewage sludge into 40-50 kilograms of hydrogen for fuel cell mobility and power generation.
A new facility in Tokyo that will convert sewage sludge into renewable hydrogen gas for fuel-cell vehicles is nearing completion. This project is a collaboration of Japan Blue Energy Co., Toda Corporation, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, TOKYU
Photo courtesy of Toda Corporation / Japan Blue Energy Co. Ltd.
California-based renewable hydrogen systems manufacturer Ways2H and its shareholder Japan Blue Energy announced on Tuesday the completion of a facility in the Tokyo area that will convert daily 1 ton of dried sewage sludge into 40-50 kilograms of hydrogen for fuel cell mobility and power generation. With construction now completed, the companies plan to start ramping up operations by mid-2021. The facility was developed and built in partnership with the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Toda Corporation, Tokyu Construction, Chiyoda Kenko and researchers at the Tokyo University of Science.