Kentucky to develop a hydrogen hub with LG&E and KU supporting its establishment

With Kentucky, US, unveiling plans to establish a hydrogen hub in state last year, Louisville Gas and Electric Company and Kentucky Utilities (LG&E and KU) have joined an initiative to make this dream a reality.

The establishment is part of the state’s plans to decarbonise and become a key area for green hydrogen in the US following the US Secretary of Energy’s plans to create several hubs with federal funding.

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