http://www.greencarcongress.com/2016/10 ... ezero.html
True Zero’s California hydrogen network hits 2M miles fueled mark; second 1M miles in 60 days
True Zero, which operates the world’s largest network of hydrogen charging stations, has powered two-million miles of zero-emission driving on California roads 60 days after reaching its first million miles. By comparison, it took nine months for the company to reach the first million miles, reflecting the ramp up of fuel cell cars in California. . . .
Since opening for retail vehicle charging, the True Zero Network has performed nearly 12,000 charges totaling more than 33,800 kilograms of hydrogen. That translates to True Zero’s stations having powered more than 2,000,000 zero-emission miles in hydrogen electric cars and having eliminated 1.9-million pounds of CO2 emissions.
Strange that they would use the word "charges" instead of "fuelings". People continue to be cautious about how much of a reserve they keep owing to the low density of stations, as 33,800/12,000 = an average of 2.82 kg./fill, when most FCEVs hold 5 kg. or more. I expect the average fill will increase to 4 kg. or more once people feel comfortable that there's adequate station redundancy in their area.
Also, I notice that Toyota's San Ramon station opening has been pushed back from Q4 to Q1 2017 on the CAFCP stations page. The station has been shown in "under construction" status for several months, so I'm not sure what the hold up is. The East Bay Area really needs some redundancy ( in contrast, there are 3 stations in the South Bay), so this will keep people in the area from using more of their range for up to three months longer. Fremont is scheduled to open in Q1 2017, so having all three of them available will be a big step forward.