Hydrogen cars now operating in Hawai’i

May 28, 2010 at 1:42 pm Leave a comment

General Motors is implementing a pilot project to build infrastructure in Hawaii for hydrogen fuel cell transportation, through a partnership announced on May12 with The Gas Co, which is planning on building hydrogen fueling stations on Oahu and distributing the hydrogen through it’s existing gas lines.

Read May 12, 2010 Star Bulletin article.

GM article

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