Congress proposes “clean hydrogen” production hubs—with coal as a potential source

The bipartisan infrastructure bill headed for a Senate vote includes provisions for “clean hydrogen” hubs that would use fossil fuels, Bloomberg reported Monday. The bill earmarks $8 billion to build at least four “regional clean hydrogen hubs” that would produce hydrogen for uses such as heating, manufacturing and transportation. At least two of…
Source: Green Car Reports
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