• Michael Dray talking to industry professionals
  • Kids touring the hydrogen station
  • Kids observing car with open hood
  • David Blekhman talking to group of industry professionals

The hydrogen station at Cal State LA is not just a fuelling station, it's a research facility used to educate students and potential end users.


The station is located on the campus of California State University - Los Angeles, near the College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology. It is common to have not only college students touring the station, but also elementary, middle and high school students and industry professionals.


Since the inauguration of the station on May 7, 2014, the station has already had more than 10,000 visitors including international guests from Australia, South Korea, Germany, Brazil, Scotland, China, Japan, Russia, Canada, and other nations. Among them, 85% are students from local schools and colleges.


Both undergraduate and graduate engineering and technology students are involved in operating the hydrogen station. After proper training, students perform fueling, safety inspections, operations, testing, troubleshooting, preventive maintenance, parts procurement, and more.


Cal State students that work at the station are also prepared to offer guided tours, free to the public. To schedule a visit, contact Mr. Michael Dray: mdray@calstatela.edu