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The Emerging Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Market. Catherine Dunwoody Executive Director. “Fuel cells are making the shift from a research project to a real consumer choice.”. John Krafcik , Hyundai President/CEO.

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the emerging fuel cell electric vehicle market

The Emerging Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Market

Catherine Dunwoody

Executive Director


“Fuel cells are making the shift from a research project to a real consumer choice.”

John Krafcik, Hyundai President/CEO


“Fuel cell electric vehicles will be in our future sooner than many people believe, and in much greater numbers than anyone expected.”

Bob Carter, Toyota Sr. VP of Automotive Operations


“People always ask me the same questions: How do I get one? How much does it cost? How far does it go?”

Jon Spallino, about his third Honda FCEV


“If I could design my dream car, this would be it. It’s the best car in the world and I’m never driving a gas car again. When infrastructure is there, they’ll sell themselves.”

Leo Nordine , Mercedes F-CELL customer since 2011


Status of H2 stations today

In Development:

Open Today:

  • Burbank
  • Emeryville
  • Fountain Valley
  • Harbor City
  • Irvine #1
  • Newport Beach
  • Thousand Palms
  • Torrance
  • West LA #1
  • Beverly Hills
  • Diamond Bar (upgrade)
  • Irvine #2
  • Lawndale
  • Los Angeles-CSULA
  • Redondo Beach
  • San Juan Capistrano
  • Santa Monica
  • West LA #2
  • West Sacramento
  • Westwood – UCLA
  • Anaheim
  • Chino
  • Cupertino
  • Foster City
  • Mission Viejo
  • Mountain View
  • Woodland Hills (LA)
  • Oakland (transit only)
hydrogen only stations
Hydrogen-only stations

Fountain Valley: H2 from wastewater

Emeryville: co-located car and bus fueling; H2 from solar electrolysis and liquid delivery

Torrance: H2 from pipeline

retail hydrogen stations
Retail hydrogen stations


  • Footprint
  • Cost
  • Convenience
  • Business case

Hydrogen can be:

  • Liquid delivery
  • Compressed gas delivery
  • On-site generation
  • Renewable
customer experience
Customer experience
  • Convenient locations and hours
  • Same process everywhere
  • Fast fueling at peak hours
  • No range anxiety
  • Standard payment methods
  • Safe and easy
california zev action plan
California ZEV Action Plan
  • By 2015: California major metropolitan areas “ZEV-ready” with infrastructure and streamlined permitting
  • By 2020: California ZEV infrastructure can support up to 1 million vehicles
    • Including widespread use of ZEVs for freight and public transit
  • By 2025: Over 1.5 million ZEVs in California

Visit to download the ZEV Action Plan

supporting market growth
Supporting market growth

H2 Readiness

ER & permit training

Leg. outreach

Vehicle Loan Program

Roadmap reports

Social media

C&S development

Funding models



Air Liquide

Air Products

Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District (AC Transit)

Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation

Ballard Power Systems

Bay Area Air Quality Management District

California Air Resources Board

California Department of Food and Agriculture

California Energy Commission

California State University - Los Angeles


The Center for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technologies (CEERT)

Center for Transportation and the Environment (CTE)



Energy Independence Now

General Motors




Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Davis

Linde North America, Inc.

National Fuel Cell Research Center, UC Irvine

National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)


Powertech Labs

Proton OnSite

Sandia National Laboratories

South Coast Air Quality Management District

Southern California Gas Company

SunLine Transit Agency


U.S. Department of Energy

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

US Hybrid

University of California, Berkeley



Questions or comments?

  • Catherine Dunwoody
  • (916) 371-2870