Over a Million Hydrogen Miles Driven in California

Written by Shane McGlaun | August 18, 2016
Over a Million Hydrogen Miles Driven in California

There aren’t many hydrogen fuel cell powered vehicles on the roads in the US today. This isn’t so much because manufacturers can’t make the cars. The big problem in most of the country is that there is no hydrogen refueling infrastructure to support the vehicles. Most of this infrastructure is out in California where zero emission cars are a big deal.

One of the companies that has an infrastructure in place to support hydrogen vehicles is called True Zero and it has announced a very impressive statistic. The company says that cars that use its hydrogen network have now driven over a million miles on California roads.

Automakers that produce hydrogen vehicles include Toyota, Honda, Hyundai, and Mercedes. The most recent hydrogen vehicle for sale in California the Toyota Mirai, and Honda has its new Clarity going on sale in California this fall. True Zero currently has 15 hydrogen stations in California with more coming.

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