GM has announced that is partnering with Hawaii utility The Gas Company to develop hydrogen fueling infrastructure on the island of Oahu.
The utility produces hydrogen along with synthetic natural gas. Through this partnership, it will tap into its pipelines, separate the hydrogen from the natural gas and deliver it to fueling stations where it can be used by fuel cell cars. GM says that because the hydrogen fuel will be delivered through existing infrastructure, it could be priced equally to or less than gasoline.
Now all we need are cars that can use hydrogen.