*The information here is as of the end of March 2011.

Kyushu University Hydrogen Station (Co-Operative Station)

Polymer electrolyte hydrolysis type hydrogen refueling facility

Kyushu University Hydrogen Station is located on the university's campus and uses water electrolysis for hydrogen supply. This facility started operations in September 2009 as the western hydrogen-fuelling base for the "Hydrogen Highway," an initiative Fukuoka Pref. is leading. This hydrogen station will be the base for studies on combining renewable energy such as solar or wind power with hydrogen in the future.

Operation  Kyushu University
 Kyushu Electric Power Co., Inc.
 Kyuki Corporation
 Taiyo Nippon Sanso Corporation
Hydrogen Production Method Polymer electrolyte hydrolysis
Hydrogen Production Capacity 10Nm³/h
Storage 300L(400MPa)18,two-bank method
Dispensing Capacity Five vehicles in a row, 35MPa
Main Components Hydrogen generator,Compressor,Storage cylinders,Dispenser
Features A pilot facility for developing a next-generation system to achieve a low-carbon society.
(Research on the compatibility between renewable energy and hydrolysis hydrogen production.)
Address Fukuoka City,Fukuoka Prefecture
See the brochure about the station(JPG)

Composition

Polymer electrolyte hydrolysis type hydrogen refueling facility

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[Address]

zip code 819-0395
744 Motooka,Nishi-ku,Fukuoka City,Fukuoka Prefecture(Kyushu University,Ito Campus)