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POWERTRAIN


steam and heat needed for reforming are byproducts of the power generation process, so there is no need to burn fuel and no need to supply water; in fact it is a net water producer. The co-production of power with hydrogen provides an additional value stream that reduces the cost of the hydrogen. This, combined with the fact that the hydrogen is produced locally, avoiding transportation costs and emissions, makes it competitive with conventional large scale central steam reforming.” Two high-capacity stations will be


developed by Shell in Wilmington and Ontario, California. The new stations will join three additional stations in development located at Toyota facilities around Los Angeles to form an integrated, five-station, heavy-duty hydrogen fuelling network.


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There are currently over 43,000 wagons serving US ports: 10 of them will be powered by fuel cells by 2020


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