Proponents Laud US Hydrogen Demand Measures

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The US Department of Energy’s (DOE) $1 billion effort to boost clean hydrogen demand has been met with cheers from proponents of the emerging technology, with stakeholders urging more focus on funding concrete deployment over less tangible pursuits like feasibility studies.

Hydrogen, Emerging Technologies, Policy and Regulation, Low-Carbon Policy
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