The Fuel Cell Hydrogen Energy Association (FCHEA) is leading the charge on a new multi-faceted effort that highlights key benefits of hydrogen and fuel cell technology in a bid to stimulate the economy, create jobs and support climate goals.
The US’ leading hydrogen organisation, which represents more than 50 companies, is backing a new campaign, Hydrogen Bonds.
It follows on from a McKinsey report which states that the US hydrogen industry could generate $750bn in revenue per year by 2050, and support 3.4 million jobs.
The FCHEA says the US is at risk of losing its competitive edge, as others have committed hundreds of billions of dollars while the US lags behind.
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