08-20-2016, 05:20 PM
Over 1,000,000 zero-emission miles powered by True Zero's Hydrogen Network
A True Zero Hydrogen station in La Canada Flintridge, CA
Hydrogen powered fuel cell cars make significant gains on California roads
IRVINE, Calif., Aug. 15, 2016--True Zero (http://www.truezero.com), which operates the world's largest network of retail hydrogen-charging stations, reached a major milestone last week of powering more than 1,000,000 zero-emission miles by fuel cell vehicles. True Zero opened its first charging station nine months ago, so the milestone signals a major ramp up in recent months of fuel-cell vehicles on California roads.
The achievement of a million miles comes as a result of automakers, including Toyota, Honda, Hyundai and Mercedes-Benz expanding their fuel-cell-vehicle programs. Toyota has recently accelerated sales of its hydrogen-powered Mirai in California, as the hydrogen-charging network has also grown quickly. Honda will begin selling its mass-production Honda Clarity in California this fall, after beginning retail sales of the car in Japan earlier this year.