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Nikola opens Hyla fueling station in California – Truck News

Nikola has opened its first Hyla-branded hydrogen filling station in Southern California, capable of fueling 40 Class 8 trucks a day.

The station features “an advanced modular fueler” and is part of a broader plan to install 60 fueling stations in the coming years, with nine planned to be operational by the end of the second quarter.

Hyla fueling station
(Photo: Nikola)

“We are thrilled to open the first Hyla hydrogen refueling station in Southern California, marking a significant milestone for Nikola and offering convenient access for our customers,” said president of energy, Ole Hoefelmann.

“Easing the transition to a zero-emission trucking future and prioritizing access to a hydrogen solution network is our top objective and we’re just getting started. Once the nine planned solutions are in place by mid-2024, Nikola will have established one of the world’s largest heavy-duty hydrogen refueling networks, providing customers accessibility at their current locations and along their planned routes.”


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