California Can Achieve World’s First Sustainable Hydrogen Fueling Network

  • Analysis by the California Air Resources Board shows that the hydrogen fueling network for passenger cars can be self-sufficient by 2030 with additional public co-funding
  • Report finds that private industry investment will increase to 90 percent near the end of the decade

Sacramento, California - The California Air Resources Board today released an analysis of the California hydrogen fueling network for passenger cars and found that, with the right funding, the network could be self-sufficient by 2030. The report, “Hydrogen Station Network Self Sufficiency Analysis” finds that “hydrogen fueling network self-sufficiency can likely be achieved within the decade with additional State support beyond AB 8.”

Zero Emission Bus Rollouts: 4 Factors to Ensure Success As You Scale

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.

You’ll learn why preparing a thorough transition plan early in the process is so essential to scaling your zero-emission fleet successfully—and why without such a plan, you’re likely to encounter roadblocks that are, largely, preventable. We’ll also share some key findings of other fleet operators as they developed their own plans to transition from diesel power to zero-emission buses (ZEBs).

Mission Hills Hydrogen Station Opens

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. It will be open 24 hours a day and is located at 15544 San Fernando Mission Boulevard, Mission Hills, CA 91345. The price of hydrogen is $13.14 per kilogram.

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