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Fukushima powers up one of world's biggest hydrogen plants

Olympic torch relay will burn fuel made at solar-powered facility

The hydropower plant in Fukushima can produce enough gas to fill 560 fuel cell vehicles a day.

TOKYO -- One of the world's largest facilities for producing clean-burning hydrogen marked its opening on Saturday, in a demonstration of northeastern Japan's revival from the devastating 2011 earthquake and tsunami.

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