• CaFCP releases vision document that calls for policy signals to unlock and accelerate private investment in trucks, infrastructure, and hydrogen production 
  • CaFCP’s members recognize that a self-sustaining market is possible if government acts now

Sacramento, CaliforniaToday, the California Fuel Cell Partnership (CaFCP) released a new foundational document for heavy-duty class 8 fuel cell electric tru

We love driving fuel cell electric cars. LOVE them. 

The Sunnyvale True Zero station, located in Silicon Valley, was developed by FirstElement Fuel. It will be open 24 hours a day and is located at 1296 Sunnyvale Saratoga Road, Sunnyvale, CA 94087. The price of hydrogen is $13.08 per kilogram.

By Tim Sasseen, Ballard Power Systems

Are you a transit fleet operator planning to convert to zero-emission buses in the coming years? Then this is the article for you.

The Berkeley hydrogen station is open for business! It is the fourth Shell hydrogen station to open in the Bay Area.

The Mission Hills hydrogen station is open for business! The Mission Hills True Zero station, located in the San Fernando Valley, was developed by FirstElement Fuel.

Today is Hydrogen Day, and it serves as a good opportunity to look at what’s happening in California and beyond. The pace of activity for hydrogen and fuel cell electric cars, buses, trucks and other forms of mobility has rapidly accelerated over the past year here and around the world.  

Fuel cell electric car drivers:

We’ve added a new status symbol to the Station Operational Status System (SOSS) to help you better manage your time when you are fueling your Honda Clarity, Hyundai NEXO or Toyota Mirai.

Today, the European Union adopted strategies for energy system integration and hydrogen, paving the way “towards a more efficient and interconnected energy sector, driven by the twin goals of a cleaner planet and a stronger economy.” In particular, the hydrogen strategy reflects the need and opportunity for countries and regions across the EU to collaborate on development and benefits from the expanding hydrogen economy.

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