Californian Governor receives calls from labour groups and CEOs to allocate $300m to hydrogen refuelling stations

Governor of California Gavin Newsom has been receiving calls to allocate $300m of the state’s budget to fund 1,000 hydrogen refuelling stations over the next decade to meet climate goals.

In a letter to the Governor on Thursday (August 19) the State Building & Construction Trades Council, California State Council of Labourers, District Council of Ironworkers, and the California-Nevada Conference of Operating Engineers, and CEOs from Toyota, Hyundai, Chevron, Shell, Linde and True Zero called for the immediate funding.

The letter comes little over a year after another letter to Newsom calling for $500m of the state’s budget to be dedicate to hydrogen infrastructure.

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