The California Energy Commission is hosting a pair of workshops to clarify what’s needed as it prepares new hydrogen vehicle fueling infrastructure solicitations under its Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program.
The ARFVTP hydrogen workshops will be held June 22 and June 29, both at CEC headquarters in Sacramento, and both commencing at 9am.
The June 22 meeting will cover
- approaches for selecting California hydrogen fueling stations locations;
- existing research and other stakeholder input about how to optimize the selection of potential hydrogen fueling station locations;
- definition of clusters, connector stations and destination stations, with identification and definition of other regional prioritization concepts;
- the role of automakers’ fuel cell vehicle sales projections in hydrogen infrastructure siting and award selection; and
- stakeholder ideas and recommendations on hydrogen infrastructure siting.
The June 29 meeting will cover
- general approaches to selecting hydrogen fueling station locations (summarizing the June 22 discussion);
- optimal technical requirements for hydrogen fueling dispensers;
- infrastructure coverage and station capacity;
- market diversity for hydrogen fueling infrastructure developers;
- options for assistance in application development; and
- stakeholder ideas and recommendations on the California Energy Commission grant selection process.
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Source: CEC meeting notice, Fleets & Fuels research