TOKYO – The Tokyo Metropolitan Government recently inaugurated an experimental hydrogen fueling station in the city’s Ariake section. The first of its kind in Japan, the station is part of a national project funded by the Natural Resources and Energy Agency of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. Collaborating with the influential agency are Showa Shell Sekiyu K.K. and Iwatani International Corp. The station, which cost $2.7 million (¥300 million) to construct, consists of a ...

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