Last week, we welcomed the announcement by President Biden and Secretary Granholm of the hydrogen hubs that were selected to help accelerate the hydrogen economy in the United States. 

by Hydrogen Forward

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  • Hydrogen Fuel Cell Partnership (HFCP) launches national hydrogen mobility strategy that focuses on building a hydrogen fueling network across the U.S. for heavy-duty trucks, enabling links between ports, hydrogen hubs and more
  • HFCP evolution to a national nonprofit reflects the growth of hydrogen mobility in California and the acceleration of hydrogen in the United States and across the world

From our colleagues at Hydrogen Forward: 

Hydrogen Forward, a coalition of companies that spans the hydrogen value chain and work to ensure hydrogen is a key contributing solution to the energy transition, applauds the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) of 2022 by the House of Representatives. The IRA was passed by the Senate on August 7 and now goes to the President to sign into law. In response to the IRA’s passage, Hydrogen Forward released the following statement:

by Hydrogen Forward

The effort to accelerate hydrogen deployment continues to build momentum this summer. Last month, the G7 Climate, Energy and Environment Ministers announced a new Hydrogen Action Pact to ramp up the production and use of low-carbon hydrogen for hard-to-abate sectors. Meanwhile, a new coalition of public and private stakeholders is advancing nuclear hydrogen production as a means to meet the required hydrogen volumes to achieve net-zero goals.

On April 6, CaFCP and the California Hydrogen Coalition hosted the first Hydrogen Village at the California State Capitol in Sacramento. The event was an opportunity to showcase the value and performance of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies, and tell the larger story of how they will help California achieve its climate, equity and economic goals.

  • Analysis by the California Air Resources Board shows that the hydrogen fueling network for passenger cars can be self-sufficient by 2030 with additional public co-funding
  • Report finds that private industry investment will increase to 90 percent near the end of the decade
  • CaFCP releases vision document that calls for policy signals to unlock and accelerate private investment in trucks, infrastructure, and hydrogen production 
  • CaFCP’s members recognize that a self-sustaining market is possible if government acts now

Sacramento, CaliforniaToday, the California Fuel Cell Partnership (CaFCP) released a new foundational document for heavy-duty class 8 fuel cell electric tru

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