Assemblyman Gordon Johnson (D-Bergen) Introduces Bill to Stimulate Commercial Use of Hydrogen Fuel Cells in New Jersey

By February 4, 2020 < 1   min read  (177 words)

February 4, 2020 |

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Seeking to incentivize the adoption of equipment powered by hydrogen fuel cells, the Assembly Science, Innovation and Technology Committee moved a measure (A-740) on Monday that would require State agencies awarding contracts for the purchase of equipment to consider items powered by fuel cells.

The bill’s sponsor, Assemblyman Gordon Johnson (D-Bergen), released the following statement:

“Fuel cells have great potential and are demonstrating tremendous value as a clean energy source in New Jersey. Fuel cells are a highly efficient and reliable alternative to fossil fuels that challenge our conventional understanding of energy and fuel sources. We are seeing smart businesses across the state embrace fuel cells from a sustainability, cost, and resiliency perspective. By ensuring that State agencies make innovation a priority, this measure will stimulate greater use of fuel cells across New Jersey that will benefit both our economy and the environment.”

Source: New Jersey Assembly Democrats

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