Unveiled today (March 23), Woven City will integrate hydrogen production with a joint agreement signed with ENEOS and Toyota Motor Corporation.

Woven City, widely regarded as a futuristic carbon-free city of tomorrow, aims to exhibit how future cities could develop carbon neutral solutions and support hydrogen technologies in the future.

In a bid to support Woven City’s hydrogen ambitions, ENEOS will develop a hydrogen refuelling station that will enable a vast rollout of fuel cell vehicles across the city.

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ENEOS will produce green hydrogen by using electrolysers at the refuelling station and supply it to Woven City. This will be used at a stationary fuel cell generator that will be installed within Woven City by Toyota

With this, the mobility sector will see drastic reductions in its carbon emissions when the station is brought into operation in 2024 or 2025.

The collaborators will additionally conduct joint advanced research on hydrogen supply at the demonstration hub that is to be established within the Woven City.

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