Justin Ward, Toyota

When I started with Toyota in 2002, I was a junior engineer working in the West Sacramento office on our first FCEV and represented Toyota on the CaFCP working group. It’s pretty impressive to see how much this group accomplished in a relatively short time, but also important to recognize how much more there is to do. CaFCP will continue to address market challenges and celebrate progress, and share lessons learned to encourage deployment for FCEVs and hydrogen worldwide. 

—Justin Ward, Toyota and 2015-2016 CaFCP Chair

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