Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri join forces in quest for $1B grant to become ‘clean hydrogen hub’

The governors of Iowa, Nebraska and Missouri are partnering in a quest to land up to $1 billion in federal funding to establish a regional hub for clean hydrogen production, touted as an important step in meeting the nation’s climate change goals.

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law provides $7 billion for development of up to 10 large-scale regional clean hydrogen hubs with networks of hydrogen producers and users. The Midwest coalition seeks one of the grants, which could range in size from $500 million to $1 billion, according to the U.S. Department of Energy.

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