Decarbonising transport: hydrogen fuel is next

A driver aboard one of Tokyo's hydrogen-fuelled buses
A driver aboard one of Tokyo's hydrogen-fuelled buses

While electric vehicles are only just entering Pacific Island markets, Tokyo is working towards an ambitious plan that would see a decarbonised society with net zero CO2 emissions by 2050. Increasing the number of vehicles powered through green hydrogen energy is key to its success.

Tokyo’s strategy is a response to climate change and the need to stablise energy supplies. If it remains on deadline, it will see the Tokyo Metropolitan Government (TMG) halve its 2020 level of greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.

There are 93 hydrogen fuel cell buses already operating in the . . .

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