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CDFA’s Division of Measurement Standards

(From left) Senior Environmental Scientist Yuk Wong and Environmental Scientists Alex Loyer and Andrew Adkins with CDFA’s Division of Measurement Standards (DMS) answer questions about the division’s role in assuring the quality, accuracy and compliance of hydrogen fuel and dispensers in California. DMS Senior Environmental Scientist Sam Ferris (not pictured) was also on-hand for the event.

Today on the steps of the State Capitol, The California Department of Food and Agriculture’s Division of Measurement Standards (DMS) is taking part in a “Hydrogen Village” showcasing hydrogen and fuel cell technologies. DMS plays a key part in the rollout of hydrogen-fueled vehicle technology. DMS scientists provide the technical expertise and equipment to verify the quality and purity of hydrogen fuel sold in California, and they also verify the accuracy of hydrogen fuel dispensers so that California consumers get exactly what they pay for.

“Hydrogen Village at the Capitol” is a joint project of the California Fuel Cell Partnership and the California Hydrogen Coalition. The event is an opportunity for stakeholders to showcase the value and performance of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies and tell the larger story of how these advances help California achieve its climate, equity and economic goals.

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