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United States Hydrogen Hubs

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United States Hydrogen Hubs 

The planned hubs come as part of the DOE’s strategy for achieving a 100% clean electric grid by 2035 and reach Net Zero carbon emissions by 2050, as well as the ‘Hydrogen Shot’ which aims to cut the cost of clean hydrogen to $1 per kilogramme within a decade.

 

 

Jennifer Granholm, US Secretary of Energy, said, “Hydrogen energy has the power to slash emissions from multiple carbon-intensive sectors and open a world of economic opportunity to clean energy businesses and workers across the country.

“These hydrogen hubs will make significant progress towards President Biden’s vision for a resilient grid that is powered by clean energy and built by American workers.”

 

 

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law was announced in November 2021 and promises $8bn to regional hydrogen hubs, $1bn for clean hydrogen electrolysis and development, and $500m for clean hydrogen manufacturing and recycling. 

Stay informed with hundreds of key stakeholders: Hydrogen for America

 

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