Port of Seattle green hydrogen fuel project underway with DOE funding

December 7, 2021

Two studies are proceeding to determine the potential for the clean energy source.

Teams at Seattle City Light, Sandia National Laboratories and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) are starting a project to bring green hydrogen fuel to the Port of Seattle.

They will examine the potential for using the renewable energy for powering medium- and heavy-duty vehicles.

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