GLCH makes hydrogen hub shortlist

The Great Lakes Clean Hydrogen coalition (GLCH) has been given the go-ahead to make a full Hydrogen Hub application.

In a statement, it said it was ‘encouraged’ by the US Department of Energy to proceed, and becomes one of 33 projects to apply for the $7bn funding.

Coalition members Linde, Energy Harbor, GE Aerospace, Cleveland-Cliffs, multiple glass manufacturers and the University of Toledo plan to develop low-carbon hydrogen via electrolysis on site at Davis-Besse nuclear plant.

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