Charles Schweinsberg:

The Japanese automaker is partnering with Air Liquide of France for 12 hydrogen stations spread across Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Rhode Island.
 With the launch of its first production fuel-cell vehicle slated for the U.S. next year, Toyota says it is partnering with an industrial fuel supplier to establish refueling stations in five U.S. states.
 “Toyota’s vision of a hydrogen society is not just about building a great car, but ensuring accessible, reliable and convenient refueling for our customers,” Toyota North America CEO Jim Lentz tells media here tonight at an event for its upcoming FCV, which will be known as the Mirai.