$38.7m state funding for hydrogen buses and refuelling in California

The California State Transportation Agency has awarded the Humboldt Transit Authority (HTA) a $38.7m grant through its Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Programme, to launch plans for a hydrogen-powered bus fleet and refuelling station

HTA announced the grant on Wednesday (July 20) as it is set to receive 11 New Flyer fuel cell-electric buses, as well as a hydrogen refuelling station at its facility in Eureka, California, US, which hopes to kick start a hydrogen fuelling network on the North Coast.

Set to become the northern-most hydrogen fuelling station in California, HTA has said it will partner with Air Products who will design and build the station which will support both buses and passenger vehicle fuelling.

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