US DOE calls for public input on hydrogen hub plans

The US Department of Energy (DOE) is looking for public input on the previously announced $8bn for regional clean hydrogen hubs, which has been laid out under a new Bipartisan Infrastructure Law that aims to support President Joe Biden’s goal of achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

The US Department of Energy (DOE) on Tuesday (Feb 15) publicised the call that could dictate where some of the US’ largest hydrogen hubs could be located throughout the country as it looks to decarbonise the industrial sector, which accounts for a third of domestic carbon emissions in the US, and ramp up the use of hydrogen as an energy carrier.

It is believed the request for information will gather input from a range of stakeholders, including regional leaders, local groups, environmental justice community members, researchers, technology developers, businesses and many more to help develop the clean hydrogen programmes.

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