In 2010, the city of Lancaster in California committed to becoming the first net zero energy city in the world, something that it later went on to achieve in 2019, through its commitment to renewable fuels such as hydrogen.
Now known as the “alternative energy capital of the world,” Lancaster has been leading the change for alternative and advanced clean energy for more than a decade.
The cities efforts, however, do not stop in its community. At the end of last month, Lancaster Mayor R. Rex Parris met with the Consul General of Japan to discuss the global effort in the creation of a ‘Hydrogen Society’.
In order to create a Hydrogen Society, cities and countries must commit to low-cost, zero emission production of hydrogen, and use new and existing infrastructure to distribute it for applications in transportation, heating and power generation.
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