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  • Dec 28, 2020

California gas blending trial could shift a roadblock for hydrogen cars

Blending renewably-generated hydrogen gas into existing natural gas pipelines could quickly and easily transport hydrogen across cities. SoCalGas is testing a system that can separate the H2 back out and compress it for use in fuel-cell vehicles.

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Matt Chester on Dec 28, 2020

Are there any concerns that hydrogen cars might start to eat into EVs in a way that would be seeing alternatively fueled cars cannibalize each other, where it might be better to be all in on just one or the other? Or perhaps the hydrogen fuel vehicles are simply better for certain applications (e.g., shipping trucks) in a way that makes room for both? 

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