California Energy Commission to invest $46.6 million in hydrogen refueling stations

May 5, 2014 |

In California, the California Energy Commission will invest $46.6 million to accelerate the development of publicly accessible hydrogen refueling stations in California in order to promote a consumer market for zero-emission fuel cell vehicles. The recommended funding, awarded to eight applicants, will add 13 new renewable hydrogen refueling stations in Northern California and 15 in Southern California. The recommended awards will advance Gov. Brown’s executive order directing state government to support and facilitate the rapid commercialization of zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) in California, with a benchmark that by 2020 “the State’s zero-emission vehicle infrastructure will be able to support up to one million vehicles.”

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