US hydrogen hubs plan moves closer to fruition

The Port of Long Beach

Source: Don Ramey Logan/Wikimedia Commons/CC-BY-SA 3.0

Ambitious plans to establish a number of regional hydrogen hubs across America moved closer after the US administration announced funding for seven regional projects.

The seven shortlisted H2Hubs have been allocated a proportion of a US$7 billion fund. If all the shortlisted projects proceed, they will produce 3 million tonnes of hydrogen per year, representing almost one-third of the US’s 2030 production target of 10 mt.

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