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Seedling transforms transportation.

Providing a regional renewable source of zero emissions hydrogen fuel, decarbonizing transportation networks.

Current and next generation fuel cell electric vehicles continue to push the limits of technology and user experience with leading edge features and performance.

Hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles are zero emission solutions that are available now.


Farm to freeway, fuel cells electrify transportation across industries.


The Hyundai Nexo earned the Top Safety Pick+ award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety in 2019. Fuel cell electric vehicles are safe.


Mass-transit systems globally have already witnessed the advantage of hydrogen fuel cells.


From forklifts to freightliners, fuel cells have been shown to outperform battery-only alternatives. When performance counts, count on hydrogen.


Each SEED provides direct-to-customer food service from silent, zero-emissions food-trucks. These trucks are leased to entrepreneurs from the community. This enables direct targeting of urban food desert areas while offering a premium food service experience.


Vehicle-To-Grid (V2G) represents an energy transfer scenario that provides a distributed network of power backup solutions that scale from consumer to commercial applications.

Partnering with regional municipalities enables the local SEED to act as a catalyst for resilient smart cities. By providing both renewable hydrogen fueling and a network of fuel cell electric distribution vehicles, the SEED can respond to regional power outages by providing scalable V2G services to the region.


The U.S. Department of Energy's H2@Scale program has recognized the potential for wide-scale hydrogen production and utilization in the United States to enable resiliency of the power generation and transmission sectors, while also aligning diverse multibillion dollar domestic industries, domestic competitiveness, and job creation.

Seedling aligns with the H2@Scale initiative by producing renewable hydrogen from food-waste biogas, delivering that hydrogen to regional municipalities in a decentralized production model.

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