2030 Vision Report
AB 8, CARB
FCEV Sales, FCEB, & Hydrogen Station Data—August 1, 2019
20 years of collaboration video!
On April 22, 1999, stakeholders representing automakers, government and private industry launched the California Fuel Cell Partnership, with the goal of furthering development of fuel cell electric vehicle technology and hydrogen fueling infrastructure.
Twenty years later, our collaboration has grown to include local, state and federal government agencies, automakers, fuel cell manufacturers, hydrogen station developers and operators, hydrogen producers, transit agencies, universities and others. We work together to further the commercialization of fuel cell cars, buses and trucks, expand the hydrogen fueling network and increase the production of zero-carbon hydrogen.
2018 in Review
2018 was a year of change and growth in the hydrogen and fuel cell world. We saw a significant increase in activity across the globe last year and we wanted to share the top stories with you.
AC Transit has invested the past two decades in building the most comprehensive fuel cell electric bus demonstration program in the United States, featuring a growing fleet of zero-emission buses, on-site hydrogen production and fueling, on-site fleet maintenance and ongoing independent performance evaluation of the fuel cell bus fleet.
On this National Hydrogen Day, we’re introducing you to a few of the people who work behind the scenes, day in and day out. They, and thousands of people like them around the world, help make fuel cell electric vehicles and hydrogen stations a reality.
The California Air Resources Board released its 2018 Annual Evaluation of Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Deployment and Hydrogen Fuel Station Network Development that documents the growth in hydrogen stations and FCEVs over the past year. On August 30 CaFCP hosted a webinar about the report.
Questions about Revolution Projections
If the 2030 goal is 1,000,000 FCEVs and 1,000 stations, how many vehicles to you expect each station to handle?