Join the California Fuel Cell Partnership (CaFCP) next month for an update about fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) and the hydrogen station network development in California and beyond.
The industry-government collaboration, formed to commercialise FCEVs and hydrogen, will host a webinar on 8th April from 12pm-1pm PST providing a general, non-technical overview about:
- Hydrogen station progress and projections
- Future station development
The presentations will be followed by a Q&A, the CaFCP said.
As of 1st March 2020, the number of hydrogen fuel cell cars that have been sold and leased in California is 8,225.
The US state also has 42 hydrogen fuel cell buses in operation and 41 hydrogen stations open, the CaFCP reports on its website.
To register for the webinar, which is available to the public, click here.