Chevron, Iwatani to develop 30 hydrogen stations in California by 2026

Chevron and Iwatani will co-develop 30 new hydrogen stations in California by 2026.

The duo today (Feb 24) confirmed the strong commitment as part of a new agreement that will boost the availability of hydrogen fuel to both light-duty and heavy-duty vehicles, respectively.

Each fuelling site will be located at Chevron-branded retail locations, with a proportion of the proposed sites set to receive hydrogen supply from the oil company’s Richmond refinery and future hydrogen production from pilots in Northern California.

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