NIST Develops Prototype Meter Test for Hydrogen Refueling Stations

NIST Develops Prototype Meter Test for Hydrogen Refueling Stations

Supporting the fair sale of gaseous hydrogen as vehicle fuel, researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have developed a prototype field test standard to test the accuracy of hydrogen fuel dispensers. Once the standard is field tested, it will serve as a model for constructing similar devices for state weights and measures inspectors to use. Three automakers plan to begin selling hydrogen-fueled vehicles to consumers in 2015. The state of California has opened nine refueling stations and is funding the construction of an additional 28 hydrogen stations during the next few years to service the growing number of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles on their roads. For more info, go to http://www.nist.gov/pml/div685/hydrogen-meter-072114.cfm

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