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17 Jun

Fabrum, Toyota join forces on liquid H2 storage

New Zealand-based Fabrum said Monday it will supply its proprietary liquid hydrogen storage technology to Japanese carmaker Toyota, Kallanish reports. Headquartered in Christchurch, Fabrum offers zero-emission transition technologies for mobility in aviation, marine, heavy transport, and industry. It says its solutions can support end-to-end hydrogen production and refuelling systems. “We’re delighted to be working with Toyota to advance their hydroge…
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