Toyota Announces Launch of the Japan Hydrogen Association Towards the Realization of a Hydrogen Society

By December 7, 2020 3   min read  (233 words)

December 7, 2020 |

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Toyota has joined the Japan Hydrogen Association (JH2A), a new organization that promotes global collaboration and the formation of a hydrogen supply chain in the field.

JH2A is an organization that works with various stakeholders to ensure that Japan continues to lead the world in the use of hydrogen, which is expected to play a central role in combating global warming.

As part of our various efforts to contribute to the mitigation of global warming through the reduction of CO2 emissions, Toyota will actively make efforts together with our JH2A colleagues to realize the JH2A’s purpose of “establishing a hydrogen society at an early point”.

About the Japan Hydrogen Association
1. Background to Establishment
1. Background to Establishment
2. Overview of the Association
3. Organizational Structure
4. Details of Activities (Topics)
5. Details of Activities (Working Groups)
6. Implementation of Projects
7. Future Schedule
Sustainable Development Goals

Toyota Motor Corporation works to develop and manufacture innovative, safe and high-quality products and services that create happiness by providing mobility for all. We believe that true achievement comes from supporting our customers, partners, employees, and the communities in which we operate. Since our founding over 80 years ago in 1937, we have applied our Guiding Principles in pursuit of a safer, greener and more inclusive society. Today, as we transform into a mobility company developing connected, automated, shared and electrified technologies, we also remain true to our Guiding Principles and many of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals to help realize an ever-better world, where everyone is free to move.


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