I often joke that California is the down payment on everyone else’s clean air in the US. And it shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone. Since the mid-twentieth century, California has been a leader in clean-air policy and practice, and the cutting edge of automotive adoption, experimentation and implementation.
When it comes to zero-emission vehicles and, more specifically, fuel cell electric vehicles, we can point with pride to the accomplishments achieved and the foundation laid for an expanding market here in the Golden State:
More than 10,000 fuel cell cars since the market launched in 2015
Nearly 50 light-duty stations open and more than 120 stations in the development pipeline
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