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Bolstering Hydrogen

The Biden administration plans to spend over $9 billion to bolster hydrogen as part of its effort to reduce emissions in U.S. manufacturing.  On Tuesday, February 15, 2022, the White House said the Department of Energy will spend $8 billion to create regional hubs to expand the use of hydrogen in industry. Another $1 billion will go toward cutting the cost of hydrogen produced from clean electricity, and $500 million for initiatives to support equipment manufacturing and domestic supply chains. The funds for the hydrogen projects are coming from the bipartisan infrastructure bill passed by Congress in November.