Hydrogen Refueling Stations in California
Hydrogen refueling station counts are updated quarterly by the California Energy Commission staff administering the Clean Transportation Program funding for these stations. Dashboard is best viewed from a computer. Visit full page layout of dashboard or download data, or return to dashboard collection page.
FCEV: Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle
FCEB: Fuel Cell Electric Bus
FCET: Fuel Cell Electric Truck
Hydrogen refueling station: A station that fills an FCEV with hydrogen as a transportation fuel.
Fueling position: A unique physical location at a hydrogen refueling station dispenser by which an FCEV can fuel using a hose, simultaneously, with other types of vehicles fueling from other hoses and dispensers.
Open retail station: A station that meets stringent standards and is open to the public for the retail sale of hydrogen for use in FCEVs.
Planned station: A hydrogen refueling station in permitting, construction, or commissioning phases.
Temporarily Non-Operational (TNO): A hydrogen refueling station that has previously achieved open retail status but has been unavailable for customer refueling for an extended period of time for various reasons. A TNO station is expected to become available for customer fueling again in the future. Currently five Light-Duty Open Retail stations located in Ontario, Riverside, San Francisco - Harrison Street, Berkeley, and Mountain View are TNO.
Data as of: September 30, 2022
Dashboard Last Updated: October 18, 2022
For the real-time station status, please visit the Station Operational Status System website.
Please cite use of these data and images. California Energy Commission (2022). Hydrogen Refueling Stations in California. Data last updated [insert date last updated]. Retrieved [insert date retrieved] from https://www.energy.ca.gov/zevstats