from a little city near you..

Now this is great news from a small city boy from a small city — Hartford, the capital city of Connecticut. We are definitely ahead of the pack when it comes to the building of hydrogen fueling stations. A Hartford site currently under construction will be home to “a first-of-its-kind hydrogen re-fueling pump for the region’s first publicly available fuel cell vehicles.”

The transportation future is underway on 6.2 acres of graded mud next to a capped landfill off I-91’s exit 33 in Hartford, Conn. While it doesn’t look like much now, when it’s finished, Robert Bolduc’s “Hartford Travel Center,” under construction on the Northeast corner of Jennings Road exit, will house a first-of-its-kind hydrogen re-fueling pump for the region’s first publicly available fuel cell vehicles.

Photo by Jerry Hollman

While it doesn’t look like much now, when it’s finished, Robert Bolduc’s “Hartford Travel Center,” under construction on the Northeast corner of Jennings Road exit, will house a first-of-its-kind hydrogen re-fueling pump for the region’s first publicly available fuel cell vehicles.

rendering provided by Robert Bolduc

For more information checkout the article in the HuffPost Business