Toyota jumps in the fuel cell residential CHP game

In the alternative power and energy storage technology world, Toyota is known for leading the world in hybrid electric vehicles (HEV) (see also elsewhere in the April 1, 2009 LRPJ). Lesser known is the fact that in the last three years or so, Toyota has also been providing fuel cell technologies for...

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