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Hydrogen for FCEVs Gets Big Boost in California

By Hudson Sangree

By Hudson Sangree

The California Energy Commission allocated up to $116 million to install fueling stations for hydrogen-powered fuel cell electric vehicles. | Toyota USA

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Additional news on this topic:

  • Columnist Steve Huntoon argues that California's ambitious renewable energy and storage targets would actually make the state more vulnerable to blackouts. | California Energy Commission

  • A proposal to extract lithium for battery production from geothermal wells in California moved forward when the CEC named members of a blue-ribbon panel to address the plan. | University of California

  • Questions remain about whether California can install enough chargers, sell enough EVs and build sufficient generation to meet its ambitious goals. | EVgo


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