DOE gives H2 Twin Cities a hand with clean hydrogen deployment

November 15, 2021

Deputy Secretary David Turk recently announced the launch of H2 Twin Cities and the use of clean hydrogen to combat climate change as one of the activities at COP26 in Glasgow, UK.

The Clean Energy Ministerial is using H2 Twin Cities to boost the deployment of H2.

The H2 Twin Cities initiative is meant to help accelerate the deployment of clean hydrogen by matching up communities worldwide for sharing ideas, to learn from each others’ successes and failures, and to boost progress, especially at the municipal and city level. By way of the initiative, cities and communities will be matched with each other to build a larger community of best practices in H2 use. It will also enhance collaboration and encourage more widespread H2 deployment for greenhouse gas emission reductions worldwide.

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