Class 8 Fuel Cell Electric Truck Info Page
In California, 40% of greenhouse gas emissions are sourced from the transportation sector. Heavy-duty (HD) trucking makes up 21% of these emissions and 26% of statewide emissions of oxides of nitrogen (NOx). i Therefore, the State is implementing the Advanced Clean Trucks (ACT) regulation, to drive the adoption of zero-emission Class 8 truck tractors as a percentage of sales in California by 2030.ii In response, Class 8 truck OEMs are investing in the development of fuel cell electric trucks (FCETs) to meet market needs.
HD fueling stations operational today
Announced future HD stations
West Sacramento, CA
First Element Fuel - Port of Oakland, CA
Mobile Refueler Availability
Energiize - Up to 75% of hydrogen equipment costs can be covered for drayage fleets and up to 50% for non-drayage fleets.
The Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project (HVIP) - $240,000+ per vehicle vouchers available, plus more for drayage and small fleets.
Inflation Reduction Act - $40,000 tax credit to end users.
High Priority Fleets
Drayage Truck Fleets - Starting January 1, 2024, all newly-added drayage trucks must be zero emission and by January 1, 2035, all drayage trucks operating in California must be zero emission.
SCAQMD WAIRE Program - A point system with monetary value for warehouses in the South Coast Air Basin based on their zero emission equipment and truck deliveries.
Near Zero Emissions Flexibility - ACF
Mobile fueler incentives
US DOE Regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs program - or H2Hubs–includes up to $7 billion to establish six to 10 regional clean hydrogen hubs across America.