Sacramento, CA – Building from a foundation of nation-leading policies and new hydrogen system market development, Governor Newsom’s administration is announcing California’s intention to leverage federal investment from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) to establish an environmentally and economically sustainable and expanding renewable hydrogen hub.
Cars powered by hydrogen fuel cells are a key part of California’s plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and new clean air standards that go into effect in 2035.
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