Traditional gas is going to be a thing of the past if General Motors has a say in it.
And guess what?
General Motors has teamed up with Hawaii’s major gas energy provider, The Gas Company (TGC) to provide hydrogen for fuel cell vehicles in that state.
Currently, Hawaii utilized imported petroleum for about 90% of their energy according to Charles Freese, executive director of GM Global Fuel Cell Activities, and pilot project with General Motors will hopefully dramatically decrease that number soon.
TGC currently produces hydrogen and synthetic natural gas and flows it along the utility gas stream.
This process already in place will allow for a smooth transition into providing local fueling stations with hydrogen for fuel cell vehicles.