First Element Fuels
Hydrogen fuel first went on sale in California in January 2015, more than three years ago, though it had been dispensed free at a dozen or so prototype locations before that. Five years ago, the state set a goal of 100 hydrogen fueling stations throughout the state by 2020, a deadline that now appears unlikely to be met. On Friday, the state's 33rd hydrogen fueling station opened. DON'T MISS: Why a Fiat 500e driver got a Honda Clarity Fuel Cell as his new car: low cost The new location, operated by First Element Fuel, is in Thousand Oaks, a suburb northwest of Los Angeles in Ventura County...
True Zero to be brand for hydrogen fueling stations from First Element Fuel
First Element Fuel will operate its 15 California hydrogen stations under the True Zero brand.Stephen Edelstein
Honda To Loan First Element $14 Million For Hydrogen Fueling Stations
Honda announced today at the Los Angeles Auto Show that it will loan almost $14 million to hydrogen station provider First Element Fuels to help it build an additional 12 fueling stations in California for upcoming hydrogen fuel-cell cars. The $13.8 million loan will be combined with grants from...John Voelcker