SF’s new hydrogen ferry could fuel clean energy market

This week, Golden Gate Zero Emission Marine, a Bay Area company, announced it received a $3 million grant by the California Air Resources Board to build the first hydrogen fuel-cell ferry in the United States. Finally, the maritime industry, which relies on dirty diesel, is getting financial support to clean up its act. If hydrogen fuel cells become more widely adopted, the demand could also provide California with support to store renewable energy.

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