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California gasoline stations could provide H2

Refuelling fuel cell vehicles with hydrogen at gasoline stations could provide a boost to FCV demand

One of the key barriers to the adoption of fuel cell vehicles is the lack of refuelling infrastructure. Developing and installing a new fuelling infrastructure requires not only high capital investment, but also strict regulatory compliance and associated planning permission.

California’s zero emission vehicle credit scheme means that it is significantly more advanced in its development of hydrogen infrastructure than many other major automotive markets, but the development of a hydrogen refuelling network is still required to create a genuine market for fuel cell vehicles (FCVs)….

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