Exclusive: Midwest America looks to hydrogen

The use of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles is undoubtably on the rise in the US. Car manufacturers such as Toyota and Hyundai have already begun widespread deployment of their fuel cell vehicles across the country.

The movement towards hydrogen in the US arguably has a focus in the Northern states such as California, however other regions have just as much potential when it comes to the use of the zero-emission fuel.

The Renewable Hydrogen Fuel Cell Collaborative (RHFCC), a collaborative which was started up in 2016 by the Stark Area Regional Transit Authority (SARTA), is aiming to establish the Midwest of America as a national leader in the adoption of hydrogen fuel cell-powered vehicles.

H2 View spoke with Andrew Thomas, Director of the RHFCC to discuss the potential for hydrogen in Midwest America and the role of the RHFCC in the movement.

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