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Hydrogen Refueling Network Welcomes Woodland Hills Station

The California Energy Commission welcomed another new hydrogen refueling station to its network. The Woodland Hills station, now open at 5314 Topanga Canyon Boulevard, provides Californians with the fueling options they need to consider replacing their petroleum-fueled cars with hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicles. Fuel-cell cars, like all-electric plug-in cars, do …

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Energy Commission Taking Steps to Support Adoption of Zero-Emission Vehicles in California

Californians are driving an increasing number of zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) and the California Energy Commission is strategically locating and funding electric vehicle charging and hydrogen refueling stations to enhance the adoption of ZEVs statewide. That is according to the latest Tracking Progress report on ZEVs and infrastructure, which provides an …

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Energy Commission Begins Survey on Vehicle Preferences

In the fast-changing world of vehicle technology, the California Energy Commission is working to better understand the latest vehicle preferences of Californians. The Energy Commission developed the California Vehicle Survey in partnership with Resources Systems Group. Starting in mid-October, postcards were sent out to randomly selected households and businesses asking …

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Energy Commission Project Helps Transform Existing Buses

Old transit buses are getting new lives thanks to a project the California Energy Commission is supporting. Complete Coach Works (CCW) brought a repowered bus to the Energy Commission headquarters earlier this week so staff could view and ride one. The Zero-Emission Propulsion System (ZEPS) buses are all-electric and manufactured …

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Playa del Rey Station Joins Hydrogen Refueling Network

The California Energy Commission welcomed another new hydrogen refueling station to its network. The Playa del Rey station, now open at 8126 Lincoln Boulevard in Los Angeles, provides Californians with the fueling options they need to consider replacing their petroleum-fueled cars with hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicles. Fuel-cell cars, like all-electric …

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