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NCTD receives $4 million grant to support transition to zero-emissions bus operations

 

Last updated 5/19/2021 at 12:08pm

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A $4 million grant will enable NCTD to accelerate its transition to a zero-emission fleet of buses.

Funds to deliver significant air quality and operational benefits to the San Diego region

OCEANSIDE – The North County Transit District announced May 17 that the California Energy Commission has awarded the district a $4 million grant to construct a hydrogen fueling station at the agency's West Division BREEZE Facility in Oceanside. Once constructed, this station will have the capacity to support up to 50 hydrogen fuel-cell electric buses bringing the District closer toward achieving its goal of transitioning its entire fleet to zero-emission buses by 2042.

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