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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--

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 —

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.

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