Nuclear Newswire reports on a Great Lakes coalition that is applying for funding to advance hydrogen fuel.
- Energy Harbor, which owns nuclear power plants in Ohio and Pennsylvania, has applied for funding from the Department of Energy’s Hydrogen Hubs program to establish a clean hydrogen hub in the Great Lakes region.
- Energy Harbor, which is leading the Great Lakes Clean Hydrogen Hub (GLCH), is asking for $2 billion to create a hydrogen hub which would provide Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana with carbon free fuel.
- GLCH’s members includes Energy Harbor, the University of Toledo, major industrial companies in the Great Lakes region, and several national laboratories.
- Public-private partnerships like the Hydrogen Hubs program is critical for advancing clean energy innovation.
“The GLCH’s application details a $2 billion plan to create a hydrogen hub to provide Ohio, Michigan, and portions of Pennsylvania and Indiana with clean hydrogen from nuclear power at a competitive cost. According to the announcement, the GLCH plan has a well-defined scope, is commercially feasible, and will utilize proven production technologies to minimize the time required to achieve full production of 100-plus metric tons of hydrogen per day.”
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