Toyota’s Mirai is the first mass-produced car in Europe that's powered by fuel cells. It emits nothing but water. The resulting electric output of 114 KW is enough to take you some 500 kilometers on a full tank.
An alliance of 11 Japanese carmakers and energy firms has pledged to build a lot more stations for hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. The move is meant to boost the production and sale of new-energy vehicles in the country.
Integrating hydrogen technologies and wind power could lead the way toward 100 percent renewable energy. But the path is under construction - and still requires a lot of hard work.
The world's second largest carmaker reported its first drop in annual net profit in five years, warning that the decline could be followed by another profit slump this year due to higher costs and a further rising yen.
Germany and Singapore have inked a contract on the delivery of two more submarines for the Asia Pacific nation. Countries in the area have all stepped up their efforts to strengthen their navies.
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