If we build them (recharging stations), 10,000 emissions-free vehicles could come

Columbus currently has “[a] single hydrogen fuel-cell bus,” but a clean fuel collaborative said there could be 10,000 more fuel-cell vehicles in the city if we added more recharging stations, Columbus Business First reports. A report by Renewable Hydrogen Fuel Cell Collaborative said building five additional hydrogen recharging stations in Columbus and Dublin would mean “transit and delivery fleets could add more” of the emissions-free cars, according to the article. The Ohio State University “added a hydrogen fuel-cell bus to its Campus Area Bus System” in March 2017; that bus is on a one-year loan from the Stark Area Regional Transit Authority. Kirt Conrad, CEO of the transit authority, said adding recharging stations is ultimately “about keeping Ohio competitive in the emerging electric vehicle market and making sure we have a leadership role in this emerging industry.” For more, read the full article

Environmental, Manufacturing, Logistics & Transp.