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California’s hydrogen highway set to expand by four new stations

California’s hydrogen highway set to expand by four new stations

With 45 retail hydrogen stations open in California today, the sunshine state’s hydrogen highway is set to expand by a further four stations.

Iwatani Corporation of America, a key player in California’s hydrogen market, has ordered four H2Station’s from Nel Hydrogen Fueling – a deal valued at approximately NOK 40m ($4.6m).

The new infrastructure will push forward ambitious hydrogen station roll-out plans confirmed for California last year, which saw the California Energy Commission (CEC) make its largest investment in hydrogen infrastructure since 2015, funding upwards of 110 new hydrogen stations to be developed by Iwatani, FirstElement and Shell.

The multi-year grant means the stations will be funded in batches over the next five years (2020-2025) with Iwatani to develop 14 in its first batch.

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