Shell in collaboration with Honda and Toyota to bring seven new hydrogen stations to California


Toyota and Honda are collaborating with Shell Oil for the construction of seven new hydrogen (H2) stations in Northern California.

Last month, the California Energy Commission (CEC) awarded more than $16m to Equilon Enterprises LLC, a subsidiary of Shell Oil, to develop seven new H2 stations.

The H2 refuelling stations will be built in collaboration with Honda and Toyota, who will provide financial support, at seven Shell-branded retail stations across Northern California; three in San Francisco, and one in Berkeley, Sacramento, Citrus Heights and Walnut Creek.

The CEC awarded the grant through its Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Programme, which invests up to $100m every year to support innovations in transportation and fuel technologies that help California meet its energy, clean air and climate change goals. 

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