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Working

to Deploy Hydrogen Technology

Photos courtesy of NREL

If we fail to deploy Fuel Cell EV’s
we will fail to decarbonize transportation.

Why?  Because it’s clear that to save the climate and preserve our civilization, we need to replace EVERY piston engine vehicle with Zero Emission Vehicles.

But polls by JD Power, Pew Research Center and Consumer Reports show that only 20% to 40% of the American driving public have any intention of purchasing a Battery EV.  You see, people will only accept Zero Emission Vehicles if they provide the same performance and convenience that they are used to.

But only Fuel Cell EV’s can give the same fast refueling, range, cold-weather range and load-carrying capability as petroleum vehicles.  So they can gain broad acceptance for all vehicle use-cases. 

Fuel Cell EV’s need hydrogen, but just a small number of hydrogen fuel stations in each market can enable the initial deployment of Fuel Cell EV’s.

The Colorado Hydrogen Network is working hard to deploy fuel stations and we encourage legislators, businesses and the public to do the same. Please contact us if you have questions or want to help.

Western Inter-States

Hydrogen Hub (WISHH)

Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to form the Western Inter-States Hydrogen Hub (WISHH), with the purpose to coordinate and develop a regional Clean Hydrogen Hub.

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To compliment and assist the Executive Team of WISHH, The Rocky Mountain Alliance for Next Generation Energy (RANGE) was formed.

Hub News

WISHH announces the release of an RFP for the WISHH Prime Contractor.