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Website Offers Fuel Cell Emergency Training

April 06, 2015

The 2016 Toyota Mirai fuel cell sedan is due to hit U.S. roads in the fall. Photo courtesy of Toyota.
The 2016 Toyota Mirai fuel cell sedan is due to hit U.S. roads in the fall. Photo courtesy of Toyota.

The U.S. Department of Energy’s fuel cell technologies office announced the launch of a new website devoted to fuel cell vehicle safety training for emergency responders.

The website materials, developed by the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the California Fuel Cell Partnership, will help government and private training groups to develop their own curriculum with consistent content and standards, said the California Fuel Cell Partnership.

Additionally, this free resource will help eliminate duplicative efforts among various training programs.

To access the website, click here.

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