California projects 100 retail hydrogen stations by the end of 2023

September 17, 2021

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) predicts continued slow expansion of hydrogen infrastructure in the state. It recently issued a report projecting 100 retail hydrogen stations in operation in the state by the end of 2023.

That exceeds expectations, a CARB press release said, and anticipates that development of the California hydrogen network will soon bounce back from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. Development slowed down significantly in 2020, the report noted.

By 2026, California will have more than 176 hydrogen stations, enough to support approximately 250,000 fuel-cell vehicles, according to the report.

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