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Company Overview of California Fuel Cell Partnership
California Fuel Cell Partnership operates as a collaboration of auto manufacturers, energy companies, fuel cell technology companies, bus transit agencies, and government agencies. It demonstrates and promotes the potential for fuel cell-powered electric vehicles as an alternative to vehicles powered by internal combustion engines. The company also facilitates the commercialization of fuel cell-powered electric vehicles and increases public awareness. California Fuel Cell was formed in 1999 and is headquartered in West Sacramento, California.
3300 Industrial Boulevard
West Sacramento, CA 95691
Founded in 1999
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