President Biden dedicates $9.5bn for the hydrogen industry in $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act

$8bn for large-scale regional clean hydrogen hubs, $1bn for clean hydrogen electrolysis research and development and $500m in funds for clean hydrogen manufacturing and recycling: These are just some of the commitments President Joe Biden has made under a $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.

Signed into law on Monday (Nov 15), the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill both further solidifies that a hydrogen-fuelled future for the US and directs the federal government to develop the US’ first national roadmap and strategy – something that many other countries across the globe have already released.

Beyond the obvious hydrogen-focused provisions mentioned above, the bill also contains numerous other opportunities that will enable hydrogen energy and fuel cell technology to be deployed throughout the country’s energy and transportation systems as it strives to meet various clean energy and decarbonisation targets.

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