US DOE close to finalising cooperative agreements with seven hydrogen hubs

The US Department of Energy (DOE) is close to signing cooperative agreements with the seven regional clean hydrogen hubs previously selected for a combined $7bn of funding.

Speaking at the Hydrogen Americas Summit in Washington, DC, Kelly Cummins, Acting Director, Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations at the US DOE, told the event that the hubs would not only link hydrogen producers and end-users, but also finance, workforce and supply chains.

Combining 14 US states, the seven hubs are anticipated to produce a collective three million tonnes of clean hydrogen per year – almost one third of the nation’s 2030 production targets.

Read more: US DOE selects seven hydrogen hubs for $7bn funding

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