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Repsol and Toyota seal an agreement to decarbonise cars with green hydrogen

Date: March 2, 2024 Time: 05:34:00

Repsol and Toyota Spain have reached an agreement in which both are willing to promote the use of renewable hydrogen in society, since the car company will encourage its customers to buy vehicles that will reinforce sustainability. Meanwhile, the energy company will provide the necessary services to decarbonise transport in the coming years. This was announced by these companies this Tuesday in a joint statement collected by Efe.

Through this alliance, they will present their clients with a comprehensive solution for all those who have a vehicle that uses green hydrogen and for those who do not, take them on the path of renewables. Toyota’s fuel cell cars will be powered by this vector since its electric vehicles have been on the Spanish market for 8 years.

In this way, sustainable vehicles will be able to use these solutions to refuel sustainably and without harming the environment, making use of the hydrogen that Repsol is running on tailored to the needs of each customer. Both share the vision that the use of sustainable mobility based on hydrogen will be promoted, in a first phase, through professional fleets, and will continue to develop as the market matures.

To promote this use, future customers who are interested in decarbonizing their vehicle fleets using Toyota fuel cell models will be able to refuel renewable hydrogen at the network of supply points that Repsol plans to install in the main mobility and logistics corridors of the Iberian Peninsula. This agreement is presented as one more step on the path towards decarbonisation, in line with the maturity of hydrogen-based technologies.

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