Toshiba Wins Order to Supply 100kW Pure Hydrogen Fuel Cell System Fueled with Hydrogen Produced by Recycling Plastic
Press Releases • Jun 05, 2017 02:00 GMT
Toshiba Corporation has won an order to supply a pure hydrogen fuel cell to Showa Denko K.K., a Tokyo-based chemical company. Hydrogen to fuel the system will be extracted from recycled used plastics by Showa Denko, and the fuel cell will help to meet the energy needs of a new Tokyu REI hotel under construction in Kawasaki, Kanagawa prefecture.
Toshiba to Demonstrate Leading Edge Energy System Solutions at the 50th Asian Development Bank Annual Meeting
Press Releases • Apr 28, 2017 02:00 GMT
Toshiba Corporation today announced that it will exhibit its leading edge hydrogen, hydro and geothermal energy system solutions and technologies at the Asian Development Bank 50th Annual Meeting, at PACIFICO Yokohama in Japan from May 4 to 7.
Toshiba’s 100kW Pure Hydrogen Fuel Cell System Realizing CO2 Free Electricity Generation is now Operating in Japan
Press Releases • Apr 27, 2017 02:00 GMT
Toshiba Corporation today announced that its first 100kW pure hydrogen fuel cell system has started commercial operation at the municipal wholesale flower and vegetable market in Shunan, Yamaguchi prefecture, the westernmost prefecture of Japan's main island.
Press Releases • Dec 19, 2016 02:05 GMT
Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO: 6502), an innovator in solutions for the hydrogen economy, will support a two-year study of power management to be done by Tohoku Electric Power Co., through its H2One™, hydrogen based autonomous energy supply system.
Toshiba Promotes Move to Hydrogen Economy with Construction of Integrated Hydrogen Application Center
Press Releases • Nov 28, 2016 05:40 GMT
TOKYO—Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO: 6502) today broke ground on a new Hydrogen Application Center at its Fuchu Complex in western Tokyo. Scheduled to start operation in April 2017, the center will be built around a newly designed H2One™ hydrogen power system that will use renewable energy to produce hydrogen and supply it to fuel-cell powered forklifts operating in Fuchu Complex.
Toshiba Wins Order to Supply Independent Hydrogen Energy Supply System to the City of Yokohama’s Port & Harbor Bureau
Press Releases • Nov 04, 2015 01:59 GMT
Toshiba Corporation has received an order from the City of Yokohama’s Port & Harbor Bureau for the supply of an independent hydrogen energy supply system, H2One™, that will be installed at the Yokohama Cargo Center (YCC) on Daikoku Futo, an artificial island and pier within the port. This is the first order for the system from a local government organization.
Toshiba Wins Order to Supply Independent Hydrogen Energy Supply System to Kyushu Resort -- “H2One™” at Huis Ten Bosch Theme Park--
Press Releases • Oct 07, 2015 05:16 GMT
Toshiba Corporation has received an order from Huis Ten Bosch, Co., Ltd., the operator of a Holland-themed resort in Nagasaki, Kyushu, for the independent hydrogen energy supply system designed as Resort Model. This system will supply electricity for the Phase-2 building of its Henn na Hotel that is scheduled to open in March 2016.
Toshiba to Carry Out Five Year Demonstration Project to Establish Low-Carbon Hydrogen Supply Chain in Kushiro, Hokkaido— Project adopted by Ministry of the Environment, Japan,Low-Carbon Hydrogen Supply Chain Demonstration Project —
Press Releases • Jul 03, 2015 08:38 GMT
Toshiba Corporation will take the lead in a demonstration project in Hokkaido that will establish the viability of a locally-based supply chain to support low-carbon, hydrogen power systems for small communities. This project will cover the generation, storage, transportation and use of hydrogen in power and heat generation for five years from 2015 to 2019.
Toshiba Corporation to Participate in Large-scale Hydrogen Research Project in Scotland --Company’s first hydrogen research project outside Japan--
Press Releases • Mar 18, 2015 02:00 GMT
Toshiba Corporation has announced that it will participate in the Levenmouth Community Energy Project in Fife, Scotland, a major 4-year project to investigate the potential of hydrogen as a future fuel. The project is funded by the Local Energy Challenge Fund, created in November 2014 by the Scottish Government.