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Californian legislators call for additional hydrogen infrastructure funding

Californian legislators call for additional hydrogen infrastructure funding

A bipartisan coalition has called on Californian legislative leaders to increase funding for hydrogen infrastructure in the state to help meet its zero emission vehicle goals.

In a letter addressed to Senate President pro Tem Toni Atkins and Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon, nearly 20 lawmakers asked for a $300m increase of  state government funding for hydrogen.

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As well as the additional state funding, the group also asked leaders to set aside 20% of the state’s Clean Transportation Program funding to bolster hydrogen fuelling infrastructure.

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