More hydrogen infrastructure investments are needed in California to meet zero-emission vehicle goals

January 14, 2022

California will not meet its zero-emission vehicle goals, unless infrastructure developments are made to support the adoption of hydrogen vehicles.

That’s the message coming today (Jan 14) from Senator Newman, Senator Archuleta and California State Assembly Sharon Quirk-Silva, who have called for funding to support hydrogen infrastructure developments in the region.

For quite some time now, it has been recognised that that California is leading the way when it comes to the adoption of hydrogen infrastructure and the vehicles that come with such developments, however, the trio don’t believe the current natural build-out is enough – especially if the state is to decarbonise its transport sector.

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