6:00 am PT | The International Energy Administration recently released a report titled “The Future of Hydrogen”. Thursday, June 27, they will host a webinar on that report.
Join CaFCP’s Board Member Dr. Matt Miyasato as he presents, “Air Quality and The Future of Mobility,” at Sustain SoCal’s 6th Annual Driving Mobility Symposium. The premier event of the region focuses on advances and economic opportunities in mobility. Evolving trends, innovative ideas and technological breakthroughs are highlighted by mobility and transportation industry specialists from both private and public sectors. Join us at The Cove at UCI Applied Innovation to share knowledge, network and collaborate on a range of emerging mobility topics.
The zero-emission hydrogen future has arrived! In 2019, three new hydrogen refueling stations for cars will open in San Francisco and a hydrogen fuel cell commuter ferry will be operating on the Bay.
The California Air Resources Board staff invites you to participate in a public workshop to discuss the Assessment of CARB’s Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Programs, 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., at the Cal/EPA Headquarters in Sacramento, CA. https://ww2.arb.ca.gov/sites/default/files/2019-05/SB%20498%20Workshop%20Notice.pdf
May 21-23 | Join CaFCP’s Keith Malone at the 2019 Green Transportation Summit & Expo (GTSE), where he will co-present on, “Fuel Cell and Hydrogen: A Compelling Value Proposition for Zero Emission Heavy Duty Transportation,” at the Greater Tacoma Convention Center, in Tacoma, WA. GTSE is the region’s premier of fleet modernization and alternative fuels event.
Join CaFCP Executive Director Bill Elrick on Thursday, May 23 from 1:20pm–1:40pm during the BW- Transitioning to Fuel Cell Electric Buses Session at the 2019 F-Cell and Hydrogen Fuel Cell Canada—“Cradle of fuel cells” Conference and Expo at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
10:00am | The ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrates the acquisition of the West Sacramento and three other retail hydrogen stations in California, marking Iwatani’s entrance into the U.S. hydrogen refueling station market and expanding the company's total global hydrogen refueling station network to 27.
10am–2pm | Come to the plaza in front of the Nevada State Legislative Building on South Carson Street to see the Honda Clarity & Toyota Mirai fuel cell cars on display. Representatives will be on hand to talk about fuel cell technology for passenger cars, buses & trucks, as well as hydrogen fueling infrastructure.