Join the California Fuel Cell Partnership, in conjunction with the California Hydrogen Business Council, for a technology tour of the Orange County Sanitation District hydrogen fueling station on January 12th! Hosted by UC Irvine National Fuel Cell Research Center.
January 12, 2012
Orange County Sanitation District
10844 Ellis Avenue
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
Registration is FREE
SPACE IS LIMITED – REGISTER TODAY!
1:30pm–2:00pm Overview of fuel cell/refueling station (OCSD Conference Room)
2:00pm–3:00pm Bus tour to fuel cell/refueling station
In August 2011, the Orange County Sanitation District opened California’s newest hydrogen fueling station—the first in the world to source hydrogen from wastewater. The Fountain Valley wastewater facility uses waste gas (produced during the water treatment process) and fuel cell technology to create electricity, heat, and hydrogen—a tri-generation system. As the stationary fuel cell generates heat and 250kW of power for facility use, it also produces 100kg of hydrogen for the vehicle fueling station operated by Air Products. Drivers are excited about the newest station in Orange County— a much-needed companion to UC Irvine’s station which opened in 2003.
Learn more about the OCSD hydrogen fueling station
3300 Industrial Blvd. Suite 1000 | West Sacramento, CA 95691 | 916.371.2870 | firstname.lastname@example.org