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Hydrogen fuel stations coming to California

  • Toyota (TM) plans to help fund an initiative in California to open hydrogen-fuel stations across the state.
  • The automaker will invest at least $7.2M in the efforts by FirstElement Fuel to operate 19 or more new hydrogen stations. Other hydrogen-fuel stations are being opened through the California Energy Commission.
  • Toyota is likely to be one of the first automakers to sell a mass-produced FCV in the U.S.
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  • mathari
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    We don't need a ton of these stations because a tank can last a 1000 miles in a car. We just need enough. Once that happens, the landscape will change - like Colorado and Washington with pot.

     

    My home state of NY is filled with corrupt douche bags and can't get its head out of its ass. Cuomo is a first class crook that pays lip service to the people, but the legislature takes the cake for corruption, especially the whores in upstate that can be bought for mere pennies. Prosecutors are busy throwing poor people in jail and need to start looking at their local assemblyman and senator. The attorney general's office is riddled with nepotistic fraud and corruption.

     

    Cheers to California for not getting mired in corruption.
    3 May, 07:23 AM Reply Like
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