Born from water,
returned to water
MIRAI fuel cell technology
uses hydrogen energy
To contribute to achieving a carbon neutral society,
Toyota will strengthen its activities as a fuel cell (FC) system supplier
for promoting the use of hydrogen.
The practical use of Toyota fuel cells has expanded to a wide range of fields, including trucks and buses, and the maritime and railroad industries. This section describes case studies of using fuel cells provided by Toyota.
This section describes Toyota’s fuel cell technology that provides excellent versatility and robustness, born from many years of research and development, and deep experience in the market.
Fuel cell trucks have attracted attention as a key method for achieving a sustainable society that restricts climate change and diversifies energy sources.
Fuel cell buses are already in practical use. Toyota is working every day to develop models with even higher levels of safety, transport capability, speed, and reliability.
Testing is underway for FC generators that use Toyota fuel cells as a means of building microgrids and achieving carbon neutrality at factories.
Maritime uses of hydrogen fuel are being developed and tested in Japan and internationally.
The development of railroad vehicles that use hydrogen as their energy source will help realize a decarbonized society that restricts climate change and diversifies energy sources.