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Shell’s California hydrogen stations to open in 2022

Project Neptune will see construction of 48 new and two upgraded hydrogen refuelling stations across California

The first hydrogen refuelling stations in Shell Hydrogen’s Project Neptune will open in 2022 in California, the company says. The project will see the construction of 48 new and two upgraded hydrogen refuelling stations across California. Vehicle manufacturer Hyundai Motor North America recently announced it is joining Shell’s project, which was launched earlier this year. Hyundai will grow sales in fuel cell vehicles to support Shell’s expanding hydrogen infrastructure. “This bridges the ‘chicken and egg’ problem” Leighty, Shell Automakers Toyota and Honda have also signed agreements to support the project. Project Neptune will receive $40mn in funding over five years from t

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