Air Liquide and ENEOS Corporation have inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on the development of low-carbon hydrogen in Japan.
Japan and South Korea are set to establish a joint supply network for cutting-edge fuels such as hydrogen and ammonia.
In the world of automobiles, tradition and innovation often coexist, and Toyota’s latest offering, the all-new Crown Sedan, exemplifies this balance. While the nameplate has been synonymous with the classic four-door sedan, Toyota is reimagining tradition with a twist. The 2023 Toyota Crown Sedan, often referred to as the “new formal,” offers a hatchback-like design that blends style with functionality, making it suitable for both personal and business use.
INPEX Corporation, has taken a significant step toward advancing its involvement in the emerging hydrogen energy sector. INPEX recently finalized an agreement to acquire shares in Japan Suiso Energy (JSE), a joint venture formed by two prominent entities in the industry: Kawasaki Heavy Industries and Iwatani Corporation.
Mitsui E&S, a Japanese multidiscipline engineering company, has completed the construction of a cutting-edge hydrogen gas supply facility at its Tamano factory.
Japan, a pioneer in formulating a national hydrogen strategy in 2017, is now grappling with the harsh realities of hydrogen adoption, particularly in the taxi industry.
The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) has entered into a partnership with three prominent Japanese companies, Mitsubishi Company (Thailand) Ltd., Chiyoda Corporation, and Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (Thailand) Co., Ltd., to develop clean hydrogen and ammonia production technologies. The project is funded by the Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry (METI) of Japan.
The Australian Hydrogen Council (AHC) and the Japan-Australia Business Co-operation Committee (JABCC) have co-hosted the first Australia-Japan meeting on hydrogen and derivatives with the aim of accelerating and increasing investment in clean energy technologies and creating a clean and resilient energy future.
Japan will subsidize $205 million to support the development of hydrogen fuel cell systems and other equipment for electric aircraft.
Three major Japanese shipping companies—Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (“K” Line), Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL), and Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK)—have joined forces with JSE Ocean, a subsidiary of Japan Suiso Energy (JSE). This collaboration marks a crucial step towards realizing Japan’s ambitious hydrogen targets as outlined in its Basic Hydrogen Strategy, revised by the Japanese government in June 2023.