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SunLine Transit Agency, in partnership with the Southern...


The facility is helping the state become a national leader in...


After 12 years of work, SAE...


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Tuesday, April 14, 2015 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM 



CaFCP will be on hand at the annual Santa Barbara Earth Day and Green Car Show with a Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell on display. CaFCP member...


Come and join the California Fuel Cell Partnership from 8:00am - 12:00pm in the 2015 Eighth Annual Cal/EPA Earth Day and Bring your...


CaFCP will be on hand to participate and talk about the value of fuel cell electric vehicles, including passenger cars and buses....


CaFCP will participate in Carthay Circle's second Science Fair and first as an Environmental Studies Magnet School (Grades K - 5)....

Why FCEVs?

Fuel cell electric vehicles will provide customers with a no-compromise electric-drive vehicle with longer range, quick refill, high performance and comfort along with zero emissions and a low-carbon and potentially renewable fuel.

How does it work?

Fuel cells use locally produced hydrogen to create electricity, which powers the vehicle. An important part of the alternative fuel vehicle portfolio, FCEVs will help reduce pollution and greenhouse gasA gas in Earth's atmosphere that traps heat and can contribute to global warming. Carbon dioxide and methane are two GHGs. emissions.

When can I buy one?

Several automakers plan to introduce FCEVs to the California commercial market beginning in 2015. Hydrogen stations are open, under construction and planned to support the coming vehicles.