Launched in October, the Western States Hydrogen Alliance (WSHA) is made up of players in the heavy-duty hydrogen and fuel cell market who have joined force to increase the development and deployment of fuel cell electric technology across commercial sectors in 13 Western US states.
With a regional focus on the Western US, the Alliance aims to deploy commercial fuel cell electric vehicles in applications from the Rocky Mountains to the Hawaiian Islands and everywhere in between, focusing first on areas hardest hit by diesel pollution.
To find out more about the Alliance, its groundbreaking launch and plans for 2021, H2 View sat down with Roxana Bekemohammadi, WSHA Executive Director, for the latest instalment of our A Christmas Twist: The 12 Days of Content series.
H2 View (H2V): 2020 will forever be remembered by you as the year the Alliance launched. Can you tell us a little more about this exciting time and the reaction of the launch in October?
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