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Hydrogen import hub seen to further diversify fuel supply

OSAKA -- Two companies will partner with the city of Kobe to establish a hydrogen import terminal to debut in fiscal 2020, with the project aimed at expanding the use of the environmentally friendly fuel in Japan.

     Energy supplier Iwatani and Kawasaki Heavy Industries, an industrial machinery maker, will build the roughly one-hectare hub on city-owned land inside the island housing Kobe Airport, with total costs estimated to exceed 10 billion yen ($83.5 million).

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