50 hydrogen stations now fully operational in California; station pipeline to double site number

The US state of California now has 50 permanent hydrogen stations up and running, with plans to more than double this number through its withstanding pipeline.

Marking a milestone moment for zero-emissions transportation in the state, the achievement means that those driving a fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) in the region will now have many more options when it comes to filling up.

Setting the stage for hydrogen mobility, California has long been committed to hydrogen station developments. However, throughout the years the number of stations has regularly been fluctuating due to stations going online, but then going offline.

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