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English Español USA: New hydrogen station opens in Los Angeles

It is one of the first hydrogen stations in California serving passenger cars to have four fueling positions and capacity up to six times the size of earlier hydrogen stations.



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FirstElement Fuel opened for business a new hydrogen station in Los Angeles, California. Located at Mission Hills, an urban residential community in the San Fernando Valley, it is one of the first hydrogen stations in California serving passenger cars to have four fueling positions and capacity up to six times the size of earlier hydrogen stations.

The Mission Hills hydrogen station capacity is 1,200 kilograms and has four fueling positions with a total of five nozzles (four H70 nozzles and one H35 nozzle), according to the news release by California Fuel Cell Partnership (CaFCP).

The next-largest similar stations for passenger cars are True Zero station in Fountain Valley, opened in July, and the True Zero station in Oakland, opened in late 2019. Both stations have over 800 kilograms capacity.

The Mission Hills hydrogen station and future stations like it “will help meet the needs of the growing fuel cell passenger car market in the San Fernando Valley, the greater Los Angeles area and across California,” says CaFCP.

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