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  • August 5, 2016

    Myth : The hydrogen infrastructure is only localized to California, United States.


    Infrastructures to support Hydrogen Fuel Cell vehicles have been under development since 2003!

    • In Birmingham, Alabama, and at the University of Delaware hydrogen is used to power a fleet of buses.
    • In Canada, hydrogen forklifts and warehouse vehicles are used by major retail corporations.
    • A hydrogen infrastructure has been growing in California where there are already 20 publicly accessible hydrogen stations, with another 100 planned to be open by 2020.
    • Toyota and Air Liquide are collaborating to build 12 stations in the northeast of the United States, essentially connecting Boston to New York.
    • As of 2015, Germany has 21 publicly available hydrogen fuel cell stations and plans to have 400 stations by 2023.
    • There are approximately 80 hydrogen fueling stations in Japan, with the target to have 320 stations by 2025.
    • As of 2014, South Korea has 11 hydrogen stations in operation and plan to build 10 more hydrogen stations by 2020.
    • France launched Mobilité Hydrogène France, an initiative to research and develop a country-wide hydrogen infrastructure.