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Connecticut House Bill passes to support new hydrogen fuel cell projects

Connecticut House Bill passes to support new hydrogen fuel cell projects

Governor Ned Lamont has signed House Bill 6524 that requires Connecticut, US utilities to solicit proposals to acquire new hydrogen fuel cell electricity generation projects that begin on or after July 1, 2021.

Projects submitted under this mandate will be approved by January 1, 2022.

This is seen as a major boost to hydrogen developments in the region with fuel cells set to become a crucial part in decarbonising various industries through hydrogen energy.

Read more: FuelCell Energy to supply clean power to Connecticut

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