There has been an increase in the number of hydrogen fueling locations supporting the initial rollout of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV). With careful planning, the focus has been to add hydrogen fuel at existing gasoline stations covering regions globally. These efforts are giving early FCEV adopters confidence that they can drive normally and have access to hydrogen fuel wherever they go. As the demand for the FCEV grows, the business case for building more stations with higher capacities improves and the volume in production of station components will bring station costs down. Hydrogen infrastructure is also developing for buses, medium-duty fleets, and material handling equipment. Unlike the FCEV public access stations which requires multiple locations to cover wherever a consumer travels, private fleet fueling requires fewer locations or even just a central location to meet fueling needs. Vision Hydrogen Corporation will be investigating design configurations and integration for on-site production and hydrogen storage.