This May 2012 study assesses the costs and potential for remote renewable energy to be transported via hydrogen to a demand center for transportation use. The study is based on a projected 40 tonne/day need in the Los Angeles, California, region to serve an average 80,000 fuel cell vehicles/day. The hydrogen would be delivered from a region in New Mexico near Albuquerque with high average wind speeds where the hydrogen is produced via electrolysis. The assessment relies heavily on the hydrogen delivery scenario analysis model (HDSAM) and assessing various hydrogen transport options: pipelines, gaseous or liquid tube trailers, and gaseous or liquid rail cars. The majority of the initial project costs are due to the wind turbines, with the liquefier and refueling stations coming in as the second and third largest costs. This report will serve to help plan future R&D efforts.