The California Hydrogen Business Council (CHBC) hosted a webinar on Thursday (Jan 6) aiming to showcase the feasibility and target of establishing 200 heavy-duty hydrogen refuelling stations by 2035 and the positive impact it could have in California, US.
Introducing the roadmap aiming to help achieve this ambitious target, Nico Bouwkamp, Technical Programme Manager at the California Fuel Cell Partnership, detailed the key steps in order to do so.
Bouwkamp said, “We drafted a vision for 2035. We concluded that a 70,000-truck capacity is a solid target. This allows for sustainability and for things to work out and not put a toll on the demand and the supply side with regards with trucks and freight movement, as well as fuelling infrastructure.
“This also includes a point where the government can bow out and not have to continue to support an industry to get going because that’s really what we’re looking at.
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