On November 12, 2014 California State University, Los Angeles was the first in California (CA) to sell Hydrogen (H2) by the kilogram! You may ask what is the significance of this fueling; well in CA right now if you go to fuel your H2 vehicle you will have to pay the same amount of money regardless of the quantity purchased. The Cal State L.A. H2 Station is able to sell the public fuel and charge only what is purchased.
The CSULA Hydrogen Research and Fueling Facility was formally opened on May 7, 2014. As the largest University located hydrogen fueling facility in the nation, commissioning continues and the facility will soon be available to Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEV's).
The station is capable of producing hydrogen onsite from renewable energy sources, using the process known as electrolysis. FCEV's fueling at the station emit only water vapor emissions!