100 hydrogen stations by 2020, 200 by 2025 and 1,000 by 2030: that’s what the California Fuel Cell Partnership (CaFCP) is aiming to achieve in California.
The industry/government collaboration, comprising of more than 40 members who together work to expand the market for fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) to help create a cleaner, more energy-diverse future with zero emission vehicles, yesterday held a webinar to provide an update on network development status in the US state, and H2 View was listening in.
After a brief introduction about the partnership and its members, Dave Park, who works on hydrogen fuelling infrastructure for the CaFCP, updated on the numbers of vehicles and stations in the state currently.
As of 1st April, there are now 8,285 FCEVs that have been sold and leased in California, 42 hydrogen fuel cell buses in operation and 41 hydrogen stations open.
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