Energy firms to build 100 hydrogen stations by 2015 for fuel-cell cars

Gas suppliers and oil companies say they will seek to build some 100 hydrogen supply stations at four major city areas to prepare for the launch of mass-produced hydrogen-powered fuel-cell vehicles in 2015.

The four areas in which hydrogen fueling stations will be set up center on Tokyo, Aichi, Osaka and Fukuoka.

A total of 10 energy companies made the announcement in a recent statement jointly issued by Toyota Motor Corp., Nissan Motor Co. and Honda Motor Co., signaling their coordinated efforts to expand next-generation environmentally friendly vehicles in Japan.

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