Powered by 100% renewable resources, the station comprises a Hydrogenics electrolyzer, first and second stage compressors capable of fast-filling to 5,000 (350bar) or 10,000 psi (700bar), 60 kg of hydrogen storage, water purification, and various cooling and control systems. Generating up to 60 kg of hydrogen per day to fuel 15-20 vehicles, it is the largest H2 fueling facility in the world operated by an academic institution. The station will provide student training, a unique feature not found anywhere else. The station is located next to the Engineering and Technology building. The station will help to develop educational programs for sustainable engineering and advanced transportation as well as to facilitate research in performance optimization and renewable power smart grid.