The purpose of this project is to support a publicly accessible hydrogen refueling station and associated infrasructure to refuel hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles (FCVs) in the Woodside area of Northern California. The station will provide FCVs with reliable refueling and high levels of renewable, low-carbon intensity hydrogen fuel, lowering greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and increasing overall supply options to consumers. This project will support the build out and installation portion of the project.
The nature of the project is the installation of hydrogen refueling equipment at an existing gas station. Hydrogen refueling equipment consists of high pressure storage cylinders, an electrolyzer, and compression and dispensing equipment.
The proposed project adds equipment to a station that covers an area which is less than 1800 square feet, with an excavation area of no more than 100 feet at an existing gas station. The proposed project consists of the clearing and preparation of an ara for the station equipment, including the removal of an existing empty structure of no more than 500 sq. ft., the installation of small, new, modular equipmen on removable skids, including at least 13 high pressure, composit storage cylinders having a total capacity no less than 149 kg, an electrolyzer of up to capacity 30 kg, and compresion dispensing equipment at the site. Minor trenching to install both electrical conduits and no more than 100 feet of 0.5" underground tubing from the storage/compression equipment to the dispenser.
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