DOE Faces Tight Deadlines For ‘Clean’ Hydrogen Standard, Strategy

January 3, 2022
Department of Energy (DOE) officials are developing a national strategy to promote widespread use of “clean” hydrogen to decarbonize major portions of the economy, which will include a first-time operational standard for reducing the carbon intensity of producing the fuel. Officials are racing to develop the standard and the broader hydrogen strategy by May 15, pursuant to the recently enacted $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure law. DOE faces a “very accelerated timeline, so it’s a very exciting time in history for...

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