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FISITA Japanese Energy Infrastructure Cluster Paper 1 (English)
  • FISITA Japanese Energy Infrastructure Cluster Paper 1 (English)

FISITA Japanese Energy Infrastructure Cluster Paper 1 (English)

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The FISITA Japanese Energy Infrastructure Cluster issues its first Paper on ‘The use of hydrogen for the realization of a hydrogen society’, in English and Japanese version.


For the first time in FISITA’s history we are very pleased to offer technical content to our membership community in different languages!


This Paper includes some fascinating insights into the challenges and opportunities around the use of hydrogen, from a group of technologists comprising vehicle manufacturers and tier 1 suppliers, participating in the FISITA Energy Infrastructure cluster in Japan.


This Paper summarises the results of the discussion which looked at the following:

  • The current status of hydrogen in Japan and overseas

  • The benefits of using hydrogen

  • The challenges with using hydrogen


Contributors: AISIN Corporation, Honda Motor Co. Ltd., Iwatani Corporation, JATCO Ltd, Toyota Motor Corporation




The FISITA Industry Committee, consisting of senior representatives from the FISITA Corporate Membership, have identified key technology areas (see right for some of these areas) in which knowledge sharing and discussion can help highlight and potentially accelerate the adoption of new solutions by the mainstream automotive industry.


FISITA is creating dedicated Technology Clusters around each of these areas that determine their own scope, meeting cadence and target deliverables. Last year, the Energy Infrastructure Cluster was created in Japan, and the group have been working together, under the leadership of Toyota and Iwatani Corporation to produce this technical knowledge share, for the benefit of the international connected community of FISITA.

  • Autonomous Hardware and Software

  • Battery

  • Connectivity and 5G

  • Energy Infrastructure

  • Road Infrastructure

  • Insurance

  • Integration with Cities

  • Mapping

  • Model Based Development

  • Security and Risk

  • Shared Mobility

This item is available to our members free of charge, via the Library search.

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