Stanislaus bus system has $64 million for switch to hydrogen. How does this help climate?

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Stanislaus County’s main bus system would run on hydrogen under a plan that just got a $47.5 million boost.

That fuel would allow the Stanislaus Regional Transit Authority to meet a state mandate for zero emissions by 2040. The current buses, mostly diesel, pollute local air and contribute to global climate change.

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