Colorado’s first public hydrogen station unveiled

Plans for Colorado’s first public hydrogen refuelling station have been unveiled.

Colorado State University’s Energy Institution yesterday announced that it has acquired the electrolyser station which will generate hydrogen on-site by splitting water molecules using electricity.

To be located at the Powerhouse Energy Campus on North College Avenue in Fort Collins, the station will be used to teach and train students in hydrogen technology and will allow researchers to gather cost and operational data that can inform future station deployment in the state.

The station will also support deployment of FCEVs and a variety of research projects.

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