Nikola awarded $41.9m to construct six hydrogen refuelling stations

Nikola has announced it has been awarded a $41.9m grant by the California Transportation Commission (CTC) under the Trade Corridor Enhancement Programme.

The company has been commissioned to build six heavy-duty hydrogen refuelling stations across southern California, the US, to serve heavy-duty hydrogen fuel cell electric trucks.

Through its Hyla brand, the infrastructure will be located along California’s freight corridors within the South Coast Air Quality Management District, San Diego County Air Pollution Control District and Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District.

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