July 15, 2009

More transport hydrogen for New Yorkers

To the lucky few who are able to drive General Motors' Chevy Equinox fuel cell car under their Project Driveway program, there are now two (and soon three) hydrogen refilling stations in New York courtesy of Shell.

One officially opened yesterday at the JFK International Airport in Queens, which I was fortunate to attend (and ride one of GM's fuel cell car). Shell already opened its first station in White Plains last year in April. Another station will open in the Bronx late July, which will form Shell's first cluster of hydrogen stations in New York.

Shell said the three hydrogen stations in New York are within approximately 30 miles (50 km) of each other. The hydrogen supply at JFK is transported via truck, said Shell's global VP, hydrogen, Duncan Mcleod.



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