Network operator True Zero is continuing to drive down the cost of hydrogen in California with its Oakland hydrogen station currently retailing at $12 per kilogram (kg).
At the moment, the average price at a hydrogen station in California is approximately $16.
Shane Stephens, Founder and Chief Development Officer at True Zero, said this big movement in price is as a result of two things: the State of California’s policy and regulatory structure and a shift to larger-capacity stations based on liquid hydrogen.
“A new policy implemented by the California Air Resources Board (CARB) within their Low Carbon Fuel Standard program has been pivotal to us driving down the price of hydrogen at the pump sooner than we could have otherwise,” he told H2 View.
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