Along with Toyoda's announcement of the Mirai model name, Toyota's North American CEO Jim Lentz announced a company commitment to assisting with the installation of fueling stations in five Northeastern states.
The planned fueling network in the Northeast comprises 12 "strategically selected" locations in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Jersey, New York, and Rhode Island.
In May, Toyota loaned First Element $7.3 million toward the costs of building 19 hydrogen fueling stations in southern California.
Lentz said the sites will provide "the backbone of a hydrogen highway for the Northeast corridor" in the greater New York City and Boston regions.
More details of the collaboration between Toyota and Air Liquide will emerge over the coming months.
all new alternative fuels require a combined effort between governments and private partnerships.
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