GTII subsidiary Frontier Energy manages the California Fuel Cell Partnership (CaFCP), a globally-recognized public-private private partnership to facilitate the commercialization of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs), including cars, trucks, and transit buses. Federal, state, and local governments, along with an international “Who’s who” of vehicle manufacturers have worked together to put fuel cell vehicles on the road for almost twenty years.
As of November 1, 2018, 35 retail hydrogen stations were open and 5,463 FCEVs had been sold or leased in California. Three transit agencies were operating 25 fuel cell buses, and 31 more buses and shuttles are slated to be added to the fleet. Frontier Energy team members played an instrumental role in the California Energy Commission’s award for additional hydrogen stations and Governor Brown’s executive order that increased the state’s commitment to hydrogen and fuel cell transportation. Frontier Energy staff are also working with GTI Energy on heavy-duty class 8 fuel cell truck pilot projects.
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