Hydrogen

Hydrogen, when used in a fuel cell to produce electricity, is an emissions-free alternative fuel produced from diverse energy sources. Through retail dispensers, it fills passenger vehicles in less than 10 minutes to provide a driving range of more than 300 miles. Research and commercial efforts are under way to expand the hydrogen fueling infrastructure and production of fuel cell electric vehicles.

Icon of an information sign.Basics 

Learn about hydrogen's use as an alternative fuel, production and distribution, research and development, and related links.


Icon of a scale.Benefits and Considerations 

Explore the benefits and considerations of using hydrogen as a vehicle fuel.


Icon of a fueling pump.Stations 

Locate hydrogen fueling stations and learn about hydrogen fueling infrastructure.


Icon of a vehicle.Vehicles 

Learn about hydrogen vehicles, including availability, emissions, maintenance, and safety.


Icon of a dollar sign.Laws and Incentives 

Find hydrogen transportation laws and incentives in your area.