Also Toyota, Nissan and Honda in the Japanese consortium for fuel cells
Toyota, Nissan and Honda are also part of the Japanese consortium that plans to accelerate the development of charging infrastructure for hydrogen cars.
The joint venture was named H2 Mobility and was created a couple of weeks ago with the aim of building at least eighty new fuel cell charging stations in the first phase of the project that will last four years.
The Tokyo authorities expect to increase the annual sales of hydrogen cars in the Rising Sun country to about 40 thousand units by the end of the fiscal year 2020/21 (March 31).
The joint venture also includes Idemitsu Kosan, Iwatani Corporation, Tokyo Gas, Toho Gas, Air Liquide Japan, Toyota Tsusho, Development Bank of Japan and Nippon Oil and Energy.