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California approves $1.4bn zero-emission mobility plan that expands hydrogen refuelling infrastructure

California approves $1.4bn zero-emission mobility plan that expands hydrogen refuelling infrastructure

The California Energy Commission (CEC) has approved a new $1.4bn plan to support the introduction of zero-emission mobility infrastructure and manufacturing with hydrogen at the forefront of this development.

The CEC additionally said that the $1.4bn funding will support California in achieving its electric vehicle charging and hydrogen refuelling targets by 2025 as the state targets becoming a hub for hydrogen.

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Through the three-year funding, $690m will be made available for medium and heavy-duty zero-emission vehicle infrastructure which includes batter-electric and hydrogen infrastructure.

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