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Toyota, JXTG, others to quadruple Japan's hydrogen stations

Automakers, energy companies look to turn around fuel cell cars' fortunes

JXTG operates hydrogen filling stations, like this one in Yokohama, under the Eneos brand.

TOKYO -- Toyota Motor, JXTG Holdings and other Japanese companies plan to build roughly 300 hydrogen filling stations for fuel cell cars over 10 years starting in 2018, aiming to encourage broader adoption while lowering costs.

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