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DOE National Clean Hydrogen Strategy and Roadmap

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Clean hydrogen, as shown in the Administration’s Long-Term Strategy of the United States, will be an important element of the nation’s path to decarbonization.

Though much remains uncertain, the potential for hydrogen is clear. Focused investment and action in the near, mid, and long-term are needed to lay the foundation for broader clean hydrogen adoption, to drive down cost, and increase scale in a sustainable and holistic manner.

Clean hydrogen across the entire RDD&D spectrum, catalyzed by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, can not only enable decarbonization of hard-to-abate sectors, but can also create and preserve new jobs, provide environmental and energy justice benefits, and create energy independence and export opportunities for the United States. Government actions can support and catalyze investment across the value chain for clean hydrogen.

The Department of Energy is committed to working with its partners in government, industry, academia, and more to advance this transition and will leverage a broad array of tools including policies, financial assistance, loans, apprenticeship programs, and stakeholder engagement, to accelerate progress. DOE is publishing this draft report, which sets forth the initial strategy and roadmap for hydrogen, in order to seek feedback to include in the final publication. DOE will continue to develop further details and appendices to ensure the most up to date information is available189 and will update this document at least every three years, as required.

Through effective and efficient collaboration and coordination and with the right strategies and implementation plans, the United States can and must succeed in the development of a sustainable, resilient, and equitable clean hydrogen economy


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Michael Keller on Oct 3, 2022

Ah yes, the DOE’s motto: it’s only money, and it’s not even ours!.

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