CaFCP releases vision of FCEVs and renewable H2 in 2030


The year is 2030: California has 1,000 hydrogen (H2) stations enabling upwards of one million fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) on the roads.

That’s the 2030 vision for California by the California Fuel Cell Partnership (CaFCP) – The California Fuel Cell Revolution.

1,000 H2 stations and one million H2 cars could see 693.5 million gallons per year of gasoline displaced and 2.7 million metric tonnes per year of greenhouse gases avoided with today’s energy mix of 33% renewable H2.

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