Nikola Corporation has expanded its hydrogen network by opening its latest HYLA high-pressure modular refuelling station and facility in Southern California, US.  

Situated near the Port of Long Beach, this new station commenced operations at the start of May.

This launch is described as a pivotal milestone in Nikola’s strategic plan, the firm says, aiming to establish a network of up to nine refuelling solutions by mid-2024, with a total of 14 operational sites slated for completion by year-end, which include a combination of HYLA modular fuelers and partner stations such as FirstElement Fuels’ in the Port of Oakland.

President of Energy Ole Hoefelmann said: “We are thrilled to inaugurate our second HYLA hydrogen refuelling station in Southern California, marking a significant stride toward sustainable transportation.”

Through the alignment with notable industry partners, Nikola says it is actively securing its hydrogen supply chain and expanding its HYLA refuelling infrastructure to support increased demand.

The company also said the ongoing development underscores its commitment to accelerating the adoption of hydrogen fuel cell electric trucks and advancing the decarbonisation agenda in transportation.

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