OCTA unveils US’ largest hydrogen station

The US’ largest transit-operated hydrogen fuelling station was opened last week in Orange County by the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA).

Representing a $22.9m investment in zero emission transit, 10 new hydrogen fuel cell electric buses were also unveiled.

Air Products designed and provided enabling equipment for the station, located at OCTA’s Santa Ana bus base, and will provide maintenance and hydrogen fuel.

Trillium was contracted for construction, operations and maintenance of the fuelling station, and New Flyer provided the buses.

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