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fef-calls-for-light-duty-hydrogen-station-support-amid-californian-funding-changes
© FirstElement Fuel

FEF calls for light-duty hydrogen station support amid Californian funding changes

FirstElement Fuel (FEF) has urged California to continue its funding of light-duty hydrogen refuelling stations as it warns failure to do so could risk consolidating supply chains for heavy-duty hydrogen mobility.

It comes as the California Energy Commission’s (CEC) draft investment plans under its Clean Transportation Program (CTP) look to narrow its light-duty refuelling investments, focusing more heavily on medium- and heavy-duty operations.

The CTP aims to support the development and deployment of clean transportation technologies and infrastructure to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the state.

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