Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and Build Back Better plan could spark hydrogen fuel cell industry

December 29, 2021

The federal Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and Build Back Better plan have the potential to spark huge growth in the hydrogen fuel cell industry here in Ohio.

Fuel cells use hydrogen to power vehicles, among other things, with zero carbon emissions, and are found in myriad applications including forklifts in Amazon warehouses.

The infrastructure act allocates an $8 billion towards establishing four regional hydrogen hubs throughout the U.S., a step toward making hydrogen as a fuel commercially viable.

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