Toyota Develops Fuel Cell Modules It Will Sell To Other Manufacturers

Toyota has developed a fuel cell module that it will offer later this year as an alternative to electrified powertrains automakers are pursuing to reduce carbon emissions. The Japanese automaker recently introduced a modified version of its Mirai fuel cell car, and has been a persistent advocate of the technology, even as it remains a small portion of the light vehicle market. The new fuel cell module will be compatible with a variety of transportation modes, including trucks, buses, trains and ships, as well as stationary generators. Toyota will begin selling the module to other companies as early as this spring, but did not reveal its price or sales expectations. The automaker said it will continue to develop fuel cell technology and to expand the variety of applications for it. Read more here.