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Hydrogen infrastructure boost for California

In the US, two recent announcements seek to address the challenge of hydrogen infrastructure

One of the biggest barriers to the successful implementation of fuel cell technology in vehicles is infrastructure. The technology for the cars is now available, but consumers are hesitant to purchase them unless they know they can easily get from A to B. Recently, things have started to move, and there are an increasing number of initiatives by OEMs, suppliers, and governments to build up a network. In the US, two recent announcements by Toyota and FirstElement Fuel, and the Department of Energy, Sandia Labs, and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory address the challenge of hydrogen infrastructure.

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