Midwest US coalition to submit hydrogen hub funding application to US DOE

The Midwest Alliance for Clean Hydrogen (MachH2) has revealed it will submit an application to the US Department of Energy (DOE) for funding to develop a regional clean hydrogen hub.

MachH2, a multi-state coalition of public and private entities across the hydrogen value chain, plans to establish a hydrogen production and distribution hub in the Midwest of the US.

Members of the coalition include Air Liquide, Bloom Energy, American Centre for Mobility, LanzaTech, Plug Power, Idaho National Laboratory, and many more.

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