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California Fuel Cell Partnership updates on hydrogen station network

California Fuel Cell Partnership updates on hydrogen station network

The possibility of a future hydrogen station in Las Vegas was discussed during a California Fuel Cell Partnership (CaFCP) webinar this week.

The industry/government collaboration, comprised of more than 40 members who together work to expand the market for fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs), updated on California’s hydrogen station network on Tuesday where conversation turned to potential plans to open a station between Los Angeles and Las Vegas.

“In 2019, our OEM partners, or automakers for short, developed a list of priority stations and priority target locations,” Dave Park, who works on hydrogen fuelling infrastructure for the CaFCP, said.

“Specifically, they identified some key routes where development would be beneficial, and the last one is establishing additional early market and connector stations to enable the US 15 corridor, coordinated with a Las Vegas station, as a destination to enable a future market.”

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