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Toyota Power Plant Will Create Hydrogen From Cattle Waste

By Brian Spaen

It seems like any waste we generate can be recycled into something useful. Used coffee grounds are being converted into fuel for public transit in London. Toyota has taken things a step further by using cattle manure to produce hydrogen, showing more support on the future of hydrogen fuel cell technology.

Toyota announced their Tri-Gen Project at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Claiming that it’ll be the world’s first facility that generates hydrogen with 100 percent renewable power, they’ll be capturing methane gas from dairy cattle manure into fuel cells. The power plant will generate water, electricity, and hydrogen.