Toyota to collaborate with DOE on fuel cells for power generation

By Renewable Energy World Toyota’s fuel cells technology is to form the basis for a power generation research program as the DOE seeks to advance the development of clean hydrogen.

The auto manufacturer’s North American division is collaborating with the DOE’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) to build, install and evaluate a 1MW proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell power generation system at NREL’s Flatirons Campus in Arvada, Colorado.

The 1MW fuel cells system integrates multiple Toyota fuel cell modules into a larger system to provide responsive stationary power.

In an earlier project, NREL demonstrated the use of an automotive fuel cell system from Daimler to provide

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