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Fueling Cars with Sewage-Made Hydrogen in Fukuoka

Here’s an article posted in Hydrogen Central.

According to the article,

Top management consulting experts for Bio-energy, EV, Solar, Green Hydrogen

  • Fukuoka, Japan, is leading the way in using sewage to produce hydrogen for fuel cell vehicles.
  • This initiative marks a significant step in the commercialization of hydrogen fuel made from treating sewage.
  • The process involves converting human waste into hydrogen to fuel vehicles like the Toyota Mirai.

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