The Great Lakes Clean Hydrogen Partnership (GLCH) has moved forward with its Department of Energy (DOE) hydrogen hub application.
Key coalition partners, including Linde, Energy Harbor, GE Aerospace, Cleveland-Cliffs, multiple glass manufacturers and the University of Toledo, will develop low carbon hydrogen on site at Energy Harbor’s Davis-Besse nuclear plant.
The industry-led coalition aims to transition Midwest manufacturing, mobility, power generation and technology operators away from greenhouse gas emitting feedstocks and fuels, to hydrogen, a low carbon alternative solution.
This action will also attract investors and new businesses who value access to low carbon hydrogen resulting in jobs at prevailing wages, support for disadvantaged communities and a healthier environment. Today’s filing of the GLCH Concept Paper is the initial step in the DOE hydrogen hub application process.
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