Toyota & Woven Planet Holdings have developed a working prototype of its portable hydrogen cartridge. This cartridge design will facilitate the everyday transport and supply of hydrogen energy to power a broad range of daily life applications in and outside of the home. Toyota and Woven Planet will conduct Proof of Concept trials in various places, including Woven City, a human-centered smart city of the future currently being constructed in Susono City in Shizuoka Prefecture in Japan. These trials will focus on meeting the energy needs of Woven City residents and those living in its surrounding communities.Portable, affordable and convenient energy in 400mm long with 180mm diameter Hydrogen Cartridges weighing 5 Kgs make it possible to bring hydrogen to where people live, work, and play without the use of pipes and are swappable for easy replacement and quick recharging. Small-scale infrastructure can meet energy needs in remote and non-electrified areas and be swiftly dispatched in the case of a disasterThe Japanese government is working on a range of studies to promote the safe early adoption of hydrogen and Toyota and its business partners are excited to offer cooperation and support. Toyota and Woven Planet aim to develop best practices for incorporating clean hydrogen energy into daily life by conducting human-centered demonstrations in and around Woven City. These real-life experiences will help us learn how to best transform hydrogen into a familiar, well-used, and well-loved form of energy.