Bill Elrick, Executive Director of the California Fuel Cell Partnership (CaFCP), today (Oct 19) revealed that the group will transition to a national non-profit organisation as he unveiled that California is $300m away from attaining a sustainable hydrogen light-duty market.
Discussing how close California is in attaining a self-sufficient market for light-duty hydrogen vehicles, Elrick told the H2 View event, “About $300 more in funding, the state could get the light duty hydrogen market sustainable by the end of the decade.
“I’m pretty certain this is the first identified pathway to a sustainable ZEV market in the transportation system on road transportation system in the world. I’m certain it will not be the last.”
“What is really exciting is that, as California has been so aggressive in all these measures, $300m is about 10% of this year’s budget. So it is within our grasp. It is within our sights.”
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