Legislation would design southeastern Pennsylvania as hydrogen hub

March 16, 2022

Legislation recently introduced in the state House of Representatives would urge the Biden administration to designate southeastern Pennsylvania as a hydrogen hub.

H.R. 178 aims to create jobs developing carbon-free clean hydrogen and to utilize the state’s natural resources.

The federal Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act provides $8 billion over five years to four regional hubs for clean hydrogen production. This includes research hubs developing clean energy and decarbonization technologies.

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