bangkok – Toyota Motor said it will collaborate with Thai conglomerate Charoin Pokfund Group to produce hydrogen from farm waste and introduce fuel cell trucks in Thailand, aiming to achieve carbon neutrality in the Southeast Asian country.
Toyota President Akio Toyoda told reporters in Bangkok on Wednesday that Toyota and CP agreed to use each other’s strengths and resources to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, saying, “I believe taking this important step will change the future landscape.”
He said the two companies need to take a “holistic approach” to reducing emissions in Thailand and emphasized hydrogen as a clean fuel, noting that using electric vehicles is not the only way to achieve carbon neutrality goals.
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