With all the talk heading to electric vehicles these days, hydrogen powered vehicles have been swept under the rug. It may comes has a surprise to some that there has already been a million hydrogen miles driven in the US. The hydrogen charging company True Zero is a big reason why.
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As one of the world's largest retail hydrogen-station operators, True Zero has opened 15 hydrogen stations in California alone and is still planning for more to be built with San Francisco, Los Angeles, Orange County, and the Lake Tahoe area already in the process. Two of the mainstream vehicles on the road today that run on Hydrogen are the Toyota Mirai and Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell CUV. True Zero hopes the demand will increase when Honda's re-introduction of the Clarity fuel-cell vehicle will arrive this fall.
In thanks to True Zero, about 40,000 gallons of gas burned has been replaced with water vapor. This is quite the feat and one that green-vehicle advocates will certainly like to hear as it is beneficial to the environment.