D.C. Showcases Cutting-Edge Hydrogen Fueling Station Demo

Pictured is Team Anderson Burton with Jonathan Jarvis, Director of the United States National Park Service (NPS).

Edward Cohen of Honda deemed July 11th, 2016 a “watershed” day for the United States in its efforts to offer and adopt a renewable avenue of transportation ­– hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles. With such documented promising strides and continuous rapid growth of FCEVs, hydrogen fuel cell technology is quickly affirming itself as the next generation of technology for transportation. In 2012, the DOE funded its first hydrogen fueling station with nearly $1.4 million to Proton OnSite to onset the demonstration facilities before America’s capital. Partnering with the DOE and Proton Onsite is the National Park Services, National Renewable Energy Laboratories, and Anderson Burton (a nationwide engineering procurement and construction company with global capabilities). Collaboratively, these companies completed the challenging project and celebrated its milestone opening for hydrogen fuel cells technology on July 11th, 2016.


Anderson Burton, along with advanced and eco-motivated partners, anticipate hydrogen fueling stations to surface from coast to coast in the forthcoming. The time has come for hydrogen to take its place as the milestone to a sustainable future.

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