California Hydrogen Station Certified to Sell Fuel

California Hydrogen Station Certified to Sell Fuel

California now has a hydrogen station that is certified to sell to the public.

Cal State Los Angeles is home to the first hydrogen fueling station in the state that can sell the fuel by the kilogram after receiving its approval this month. The station has undergone “a rigorous state performance evaluation” and was originally opened in May 2014. It is also the largest on-campus hydrogen fueling station in the U.S. and produces hydrogen from solar and wind power.

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The station is located near downtown Los Angeles and is capable of filling the tanks in numerous hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles within six minutes. Prototypes from Audi, Hyundai and General Motors have been visiting the station and can hold up to six kilograms of hydrogen, offering about 300 miles of travel.

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[Source: TTAC]

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