Nikola Motor is confidently working on the first 32 in what is a planned 364 hydrogen station build-out over the next five to seven years. The first stations will open in 2019.

The Simple Fuel consortium is the finalist for a $1 million competition (among six entrants), and it is already marketing its $200,000 to $250,000 hydrogen refueling station. The station will be publicly unveiled (and demonstrated with a so-far unnamed fuel-cell car) in Warminster, Pennsylvania on November 9.

Hydrogen dispensers started to sprout simultaneously in multiple locations.

The drive demonstrated California's progress with its network of hydrogen fueling stations.

New England—and the broader northeast corridor—is vying to become the second region in the United States to establish hydrogen fueling infrastructure.

There are now 12 retails stations available to fuel-cell car drivers in California, and eight more that are fully built.

More than 50 stations are expected to be open by the end of the year.

Some kind of mobile or temporary fueling installation will be needed to keep fuel cell drivers on the road.

Germany is taking an early lead in ensuring that hydrogen refueling won’t be an issue.

The ribbon-cutting ceremony for the first retail hydrogen refueling station in Northern California occurred on Dec. 10. “If you build it, they will come,” said Janea Scott, California Energy Commissioner, at the event. The San Francisco Bay Area, and Sacramento, are expected to be capitals for adoption of hydrogen...