“It’s key to ensure that no-one gets left behind in the transition to 100% zero emission vehicles by 2035, and hydrogen is an immediately transferable technology for this.”
That was a key message from Teresa Cooke, Executive Director of the California Hydrogen Coalition when she recently sat down with H2 View to discuss California’s journey to net zero and the role the coalition hopes to play.
Active since 2019, the California Hydrogen Coalition holds a vast amount of industry experience, and with such knowledge, has built some impressive partnerships with some major companies.
“Our founders which include Toyota, Shell, Air Liquide and FirstElement Fuel recognised that we [California] needed to have a consistent voice in the capital community on the behalf of hydrogen.” She explained. “Those players definitely bring a lot of creditability to the value of hydrogen technology and that is great.”
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