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Oregon Governor passes two hydrogen-based Bills

Oregon Governor passes two hydrogen-based Bills

Oregon Governor Kate Brown has signed two new bills that support the study of renewable hydrogen as well as the extension and reformation of the US state’s clean vehicle rebate programme.

The Renewable Hydrogen Alliance (RHA) said it is pleased that the bills have come into law and it hopes to continue advocating and supporting additional bills that support the development of hydrogen.

One legislation, Senate Bill 333, will see the State Department of Energy to study the benefits and barriers to renewable hydrogen production and use in Oregon with results presented no later than September 15, 2022.

The information gathered from this process will be useful and important for building a viable renewable hydrogen sector in Oregon through a beneficial policy environment, investment and project development.

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