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TEPCO to build one of world’s biggest hydrogen stations with JXTG

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Christian Fernsby |
Asia   Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings

Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings (TEPCO) and JXTG Holdings said they would build one of the world’s biggest hydrogen stations in Tokyo by mid-2020, marking the entry of TEPCO to the hydrogen fuel business.

TEPCO Fuel & Power, an affiliate of TEPCO, and JXTG Energy, a unit of JXTG, will construct the hydrogen station, with a capacity of 600 normal cubic meters per hour, at TEPCO’s dormant thermal power plant in Tokyo, before the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

JERA Co., a fuel joint venture between TEPCO and Chubu Electric Power, will take over the hydrogen business next month as the two large Japanese utility parents are set to integrate their domestic thermal power generation businesses under JERA in April.

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