Japan H2 Mobility (JHyM), along with its members, submitted joint applications for the government subsidy program to assist in the installation of hydrogen refueling stations for commercial use.
With the installation of 4 new HRS and the addition of Satonenryo into JHyM, the number of HRS within JHyM has now been increased to 63, and the number of JHyM participating companies has increased to 26.
JHyM plans are that the total number of hydrogen refueling stations in Japan will reach 152 units across 166 locations nationwide.
JHyM will continue to facilitate HRS development this fiscal year.
Hydrogen station installation plan in fiscal 2021 (ordered by grant number)
|1||Fukushima||Koriyama||JHyM / Satonenryo||300 or more|
|2||Ibaragi||Tsukuba||JHyM / ENEOS Corporation||300 or more|
|3||Kanagawa||Ayase||JHyM / ENEOS Corporation||300 or more|
|4||Aichi||Oguchi||JHyM / ENEOS Corporation||300 or more|
1 new company joining in JHyM
|Satonenryo Co., Ltd.||Koriyama City, Fukushima|
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