Thank you for joining us for the April 8, 2020 Hydrogen Station Update Webinar. We hope you enjoyed it and found it informative.

We’ve tried to answer most of your questions as thoughtfully as possible and included relevant documents where necessary. In some cases, we responded directly to you. 

A road map to the U.S. hydrogen economy highlights the need for investment, policy development and govt/private industry collaboration

The San Francisco Mission Street hydrogen station is open for business! It is the third of three Shell hydrogen stations open in the City of San Francisco.


San Francisco hydrogen station - Shell fueling with Toyota Mirai, Honda Clarity

Up to 50% cost reduction appears achievable within this decade as scale up accelerates

Hydrogen Infrastructure Progress Report Also Released


In the last weeks of December, the California Energy Commission released two grant funding opportunities (GFOs) and one report that are important in the rollout of hydrogen fueling infrastructure and fuel cell electric passenger cars, and potentially key to the stimulus of renewable hydrogen production in California.
 

A road map to the U.S. hydrogen economy highlights the need for investment, policy development and govt/private industry collaboration

The San Francisco Harrison Street hydrogen station is open for business! It is the second of three stations that will open in the City of San Francisco.
 

Shell San Francisco Harrison Street Hydrogen Station Picture


The Harrison Street station, developed by Shell, will be open 24 hours a day and is located at 1201 Harrison Street, San Francisco, CA.

The San Francisco 3rd Street hydrogen station is open for business! It is the first of three stations that will open in the City of San Francisco.
 

San Francisco Third Street hydrogen station with Hyundai NEXO and Honda Clarity Fuel Cell - Shell

CaFCP 20th Anniversary

The California Fuel Cell Partnership released its second bus road map, Fuel Cell Electric Buses Enable 100% Zero Emission Bus Procurement by 2029, calling for 11 essential actions and setting new industry targets needed to widely adopt fuel cell electric buses (FCEBs) in the Golden State.

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