The most populated Hawaii island - Maui - will soon get first hydrogen fueling station on the islands.

The hydrogen station will be stationed in the city of Mapunapuna and will be able to fuel up to five hydrogen vehicles per day. The Servco Pacific company (which owns Toyota and Lexus dealerships) will also produce hydrogen on site with electrolysis. Electricity will partially come from renewable sources, since Hawaii there's no shortage of solar power on the sunny islands.

After the hydrogen fueling station is built, Hawaii will also become second U.S. state (besides California) in which Toyota will be selling their Toyota Mirai fuel cell car.

Aug. 8, 2017 Driving photo: Toyota

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