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California’s 34th retail hydrogen station opens; 100% renewable H2

California’s 34th retail hydrogen station is has opened in Ontario, located at the western end of the Inland Empire. The Ontario station provides 100% renewable hydrogen to fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) drivers and is the first station in Southern California to provide all major alternative transportation fuels; it also offers biofuel, CNG, and plug-in electric charging.

The station will complement efforts by the city to improve quality of life through a recently awarded $35-million Transformative Climate Communities grant. In addition, station developer Stratos Fuel is developing a car-sharing program using fuel cell electric vehicles that will fill up with hydrogen dispensed from the Ontario and Riverside stations. The car-sharing program was funded by the California Energy Commission.

The station will be open 24 hours a day and is located at 1850 Holt Boulevard, Ontario, CA 91761.



Another good move by California to reduce emissions from ICEVs, HEVs and PHEVs?

California is leading once again?

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