Shell to Close California Hydrogen Refueling Stations

Shell will be closing seven hydrogen stations in California this year, leaving only three of its stations operational in the state. The closures will be at various locations in Northern California, including San Francisco, Berkeley, San Jose, and Sacramento.

The company attributed this decision to a combination of market factors. In a memo to participating station owners, Shell provided details of the closure locations and accompanying maps of the affected hydrogen sites.

Additionally, in response to a previous plan to build and operate more light-duty vehicle fueling stations in California, the company announced its discontinuation of this plan in September. These developments come amid a report from [source] that a former Shell consultant has accused the energy giant of causing extreme harm to the environment.

This has raised concerns and generated discussions regarding Shell’s impact on the environment. Lastly, the text also includes an unrelated question about opinions on automotive commercials for the Super Bowl LVIII.

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