Transport-focused scale up can support California supply and distribution, says UC Davis report

A new report has suggested the use of hydrogen in light-, medium- and heavy-duty road vehicles can support the development of a medium-scale hydrogen supply and distribution system in California, US, by 2030.

Revealed by the University of California, Davis (UC Davis) in July (2023), the report has said hydrogen’s use in vehicles can be scaled “rapidly and incrementally,” with associated infrastructure such as refuelling stations added in parallel.

“The decentralised nature of a transportation approach can help to develop a regional hydrogen production/distribution network which can then be scaled with more stations and eventually other offtakers,” the report reads.

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