Leading automakers plan commercial FCEV production starting in 2014. Fuel cell buses and off-road vehicles are already in operation. Demonstration programs for medium- and heavy-duty vehicles are also underway.
The first hydrogen fueling network is developing in California, and many of the related codes, standards and regulations for stations and facilities are in place.
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To deploy fuel cell electric vehicles and hydrogen stations, it’s important to understand the regulatory framework and approval processes for the production, storage and use of fuel gases and flammable gases.
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Public-private partnerships in several states have created plans for deploying fuel cells and hydrogen stations. Some plans include stationary and off-road fuel cells, while others focus on vehicles only.