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California: SunLine Transit Agency to trial cost competitive hydrogen production technology for bus refuelling
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California: SunLine Transit Agency to trial cost competitive hydrogen production technology for bus refuelling

Southern California Gas (SoCalGas) will demonstrate a new technological combination to produce hydrogen from renewable natural gas (RNG) at SunLine Transit Agency’s hydrogen fuelling station in Thousand Palms, California.

News of the 36-month long project broke on Wednesday (21st April), with SoCalGas unveiling hopes to produce enough renewable hydrogen to fuel 17 hydrogen fuel cell electric buses and support further expansion – all of which will be carried out under the project name ‘H2 SilverSTARS’.

The demonstration project will integrate two core technologies, the first being Linde’s HydroPrime HC300 MIN system which will make hydrogen from renewable natural gas the same way large centralise hydrogen production plants do, but with compact equipment.

Read more: How Linde is scaling up to serve the growing hydrogen mobility market in North America

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