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On a global basis, here’s the latest count of H2 stations:
 Germany is going from 15 to 50 stations in 2015 and 1,000 by 2020;
Japan is increasing from 17 stations to more than 100 by 2016; Korea aims for more than 160 stations by 2020; UK will have 15 stations by 2015, with goal of 65 by 2020; Denmark is committed to 15 new stations by 2020 as part of a national renewable network program. Currently, there are only 10 active hydrogen “demonstration stations” in California. In September 2013, California approved assembly Bill 8, setting aside more than $200 million in funding through the California Energy Commission, the CEC for as many as 100 new stations; 20 by the end of 2015, And 40 by 2016.