To Meet Our Vehicle Zero-Emissions Goal, Include Hydrogen in California’s Clean Energy Future!
The success of the hydrogen industry in California, and its contributions to meeting the state’s clean-energy goals by 2035, depends on getting hydrogen fueling stations built quickly.
Let’s give drivers more choices, and help California meet our zero emissions goal.
TAKE ACTION: TELL LAWMAKERS TO INVEST IN HYDROGEN INFRASTRUCTURE
The California legislature is making big decisions in this year’s budget. We need your help to push for bigger and bolder investments in hydrogen station infrastructure. Tell your lawmakers to support investments to build more hydrogen fuel stations.
California Hydrogen Coalition Launches TV Ad Urging Legislature to Boost Funding for Hydrogen Fueling Stations
New Effort Bolsters Grassroots, Digital, Billboard Campaigns SACRAMENTO – The California Hydrogen Coalition is launching an aggressive digital and television advertising campaign this week designed to win support in the California legislature for additional funding [...]
POLL: CALIFORNIANS SUPPORT NEWSOM’S ZERO EMISSION VEHICLE MANDATE BUT WANT CHOICES FOR QUICK FILLING, LONGER DISTANCES, FUELING STATIONS
Hydrogen Vehicles Gets Favorable Marks, More State Support for Infrastructure Supported SACRAMENTO – While Californians overwhelmingly support Governor Gavin Newsom’s executive order requiring all in-state sales of new passenger cars and trucks be zero-emission by 2035, they [...]
Capitol Weekly: California can — and should — lead the world on clean hydrogen
In the May Revision to his state budget proposal, Gov. Gavin Newsom added $110 million to support clean hydrogen production, recognizing the need for more clean hydrogen in the U.S. and the opportunity for California [...]
Letter to Governor Newsom
View the letter. Dear Governor Newsom, We write to you today as executive representatives of companies investing heavily in the development of hydrogen mobility. Hydrogen, in both energy and transportation, has tremendous potential to help [...]
San Francisco Chronicle opinion column by Assemblymembers Autumn Burke and Bill Quirk: California must invest in hydrogen infrastructure to meet zero-emission goals
Last year Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an executive order declaring that all new cars and passenger trucks sold in this state be zero-emissions vehicles by 2035. That vision is in step with much of the [...]
H2 Interview with Teresa Cooke, California Hydrogen Coalition Executive Director
“It’s key to ensure that no-one gets left behind in the transition to 100% zero emission vehicles by 2035, and hydrogen is an immediately transferable technology for this.” That was a key message from Teresa [...]