Our success story this week takes us to Sacramento County, California, where they’ve struck gold by going green!

With one of the nation’s leading green public fleets, over 60% percent of the county owned vehicles run on alternative fuel or advanced technology. Now, the county is one of the first to incorporate hydrogen into their fleet by buying 4 Toyota Mirai fuel cell sedans.

With an over 300-mile range, and zero emissions, these Mirais pack a powerful environmental punch. And with help from Sacramento Clean Cities, rebates and incentives cut their bottom line too.

KEITH LEECH: “No government agency would typically buy a $57,000 vehicle for a motor pool, but because of the incentives available from Toyota, the price of that vehicle actually got down to be competitive with the vehicles that we replaced, a conventional hybrid vehicle.”

JOHN DAVIS: With over 30 public hydrogen fueling stations across California, and 100 planned, infrastructure is growing, paving the way for a California future powered by fuel cells.

For more information, please visit the Clean Cities website. You can also view recent segments by clicking here.