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SoCalGas to deploy 50 Toyota Mirai vehicles as it commits to a hydrogen-fuelled fleet
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SoCalGas to deploy 50 Toyota Mirai vehicles as it commits to a hydrogen-fuelled fleet
© Toyota

SoCalGas to deploy 50 Toyota Mirai vehicles as it commits to a hydrogen-fuelled fleet

Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas) is decarbonising its fleet with hydrogen, having confirmed plans to next month have 50 Toyota Mirai vehicles on the road.

The utility on Thursday (Jan 20) announced the move as it looks to achieve its net zero 2045 climate goal, which includes replacing 50% of its over-the-road fleet with clean vehicles by 2025 and to operate a fully zero-emission fleet by 2035.

It is believed the move will make SoCalGas one of the first utilities in the nation to start transitioning its vehicles to hydrogen.

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