Make Hydrogen Happen

US Dept of Transportation releases award winners of the $622 million in grant funding through the Charging and Fueling Infrastructure Discretionary Grant Program. While most of the 47 applicants will deploy electric fueling charging, three will be centered around expanding the hydrogen fueling in their respective states.

The three programs benefiting from more than $86 million in grants will bring California, Colorado, and Texas into the hydrogen-ecosystem:

    California

Project: Workforce and Renewable Hydrogen for Light – to Heavy –duty ZEV Fueling in DAC
Lead Applicant: California State Los Angeles University Auxiliary Services, Inc.
Award: $7,156,982.00


    Colorado

Project: Colorado with Hydrogen Refueling Infrastructure on the I–25 Corridor (Hy–25)
Lead Applicant: Colorado State University
Award: $8,977,947.00


    Texas

Project: Charging and Fueling Infrastructure (CFI) Corridor Program for the Texas Hydrogen and Electric Freight Infrastructure (Tx–HEFTI) Project
Lead Applicant: North Central Texas Council of Governments
Award: $70,000,000.00