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Bill to explore Oregon’s hydrogen potential passes unanimously onto the House floor

Bill to explore Oregon’s hydrogen potential passes unanimously onto the House floor

The Oregon House Energy and Environment committee has voted unanimously to pass a renewable hydrogen-based bill (SB 333) out of the committee and onto the house floor.

The Bill, put forward by the Renewable Hydrogen Alliance (RHA), directs the state Department of Energy to conduct a study into the benefits and challenges of renewable hydrogen production and use in Oregon, US

The results will then be reported no later than the 15th of September 2022.

This will be the last step for final legislative passage with the potential to gain Governor Brown’s signature.

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