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Servco completes Hawaiian island's first public hydrogen station

Hawaii-based car dealer Servco Pacific Inc. (Servco) has completed the first publicly accessible hydrogen station on the Hawaiian island of Oahu.

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Author: PetrolPlaza Correspondent Daniel Infante Tuaño

Located at Servco’s flagship Toyota dealership in Mapunapuna, the hydrogen station is equipped with a high-pressure dispenser that can refuel a fuel cell vehicle (FCV) for approximately five minutes.

It can produce up to 20 kg of hydrogen daily, and can store approximately 100 kg of hydrogen on-site – enough for up to 12 full vehicle fill-ups, according to a company release.

“Our hydrogen station will help show Hawaii residents how FCVs can make a real impact on our sustainability goals,” said Mark Fukunaga, chairman and CEO of Servco.

Servco is planning to lease Toyota Mirai hydrogen FCVs at the end of July.

“We are committed to the future of mobility in Hawaii, and we believe in the potential for FCVs in our state,” added Fukunaga.

Servco brought the first Mirai production vehicles to Hawaii in 2016. Hawaii is the second state in the US to sell the Mirai, after California.

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