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True Zero to Add 17 Hydrogen Stations in Calif.

June 02, 2016

Irvine, Calif.-based True Zero is on track to build 19 hydrogen stations in California by early 2017 to support fuel-cell vehicles such as the Toyota Mirai and Honda Clarity Fuel Cell.

The company, which was founded by former General Motors and Hyndai marketing executive Joel Ewanick, told Automotive News. True Zero is the consumer-facing brand owned by FirstElement Fuel.

FirstElement is now operating 13 True Zero station mostly clustered in the Los Angeles and San Francisco Bay areas.

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