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.”
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