Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arkansas, unveil plans to create a regional clean hydrogen hub

The US continues to scale its hydrogen sector with Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Arkansas creating a bipartisan three-state partnership to establish a regional hydrogen hub.

The regional hub aims to support the development, production, and use of clean hydrogen as a fuel and as a manufacturing feedstock in a bid to reduce carbon emissions and support the transition to clean energy.

As part of this new established agreement, the three states will compete as a unit for government funding established by the Department of Energy (DOE) to support the growth of the hydrogen sector.

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