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Hydrogen and Fuel Cells

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World Expo Hydrogen Filling Stations

Status
out of operation
Start date - end date 01.03.2005 - 01.09.2005
Last changes 21.07.2006
Public access
unknown    
Location
Japan Aichi
Seto, (Kita) North
exact location is unknown

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Description
The Expo 2005 Aichi Japan, Seto Kita Hydrogen Station is an off-site type hydrogen station that conveys by trailer byproduct hydrogen, obtained by refining coke oven gas (COG) generated at Nippon Steel's Nagoya steel mill (9kg/h = 100Nm³/h). Off-site type using a hydrogen trailer (hydrogen refinement, applying a steel mill’s infrastructure and utility; byproduct hydrogen, obtained by refining coke oven gas (COG) generated at Nippon Steel's Nagoya steel mill.). 4-bank system: a hydrogen trailer and gas storage (3-bank) units. Quick refilling with controlled rise in fuel canister temperature is possible for fuel cell buses.

Operator

Technology provider

Further partners

JHFC, Nippon Steel Corporation, Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corporation

Fuel

Hydrogen supply
CGH2 delivery -
Hydrogen storage

3,600 l @ 40 MPa 

Vehicles served
Station-contact
Station-site
www.jari.or.jp/jhfc/e

Comments

It is a JHFC station.
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