H2 Hubs will solidify clean hydrogen’s status as an essential component of the nation’s long-term energy strategy. Click to learn more about this exciting concept.
An Ohio-based Clean Hydrogen Hub will supercharge Ohio's economy in the 21st Century.
By any metric, including the criteria established by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Act, Ohio is a top-tier candidate for a CHH
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Recovery Act creates an excellent opportunity for Ohio and Ohioans to reap the economic and environmental benefits generated by the federal government’s massive investment in the development and deployment of clean hydrogen technology.
To ensure that Ohio seizes this exciting opportunity, the Midwest Hydrogen Center of Excellence (MHCE), Stark Area Regional Transit Authority (SARTA), Dominion Energy, and Cleveland State University have formed the “Ohio Clean Hydrogen Hub Alliance,” a powerful broad-based coalition that will wage an aggressive, multi-faceted campaign to convince the federal government to site a hydrogen hub in the state.
Your participation in the Alliance will send a loud and clear signal to the Secretary of Energy and the Biden Administration that highly respected individuals and organizations recognize the value of and are invested in the growth of the clean hydrogen economy.
There is no cost associated with joining. We ask only that you authorize us to list you and/or your organization as members of the Alliance and allow us to send you information about the campaign via email.
To become a member simply click here to complete and submit our membership form. Together we will make Ohio a leader in the development and deployment of clean hydrogen, the energy source that will power America and the world in the 21st Century.
OH2 Alliance members, business, government leaders discuss ongoing campaign to secure billions of dollars in federal funding for Ohio-based clean hydrogen hub project during Columbus press event
The Ohio Clean Hydrogen Hub Alliance discussed the broad-based coalition’s ongoing campaign to convince the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to locate a Clean Hydrogen Hub (CHH) in the state of Ohio during a press conference hosted by the Ohio Chamber of Commerce on April 28, 2022. A total of $10 billion in funding for the creation of CHHs was included in the $1.2 trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA).
Press conference participants included:
Steve Stivers, President, Ohio Chamber of Commerce
Lewis Von Thaer, CEO, the Battelle Memorial Institute
Angelo Kafantaris, CEO, the Hyperion Corporation
Matt Cybulsky, Director, Energy and Chemicals, JobsOhio
Kirt Conrad, CEO, Stark Area Regional Transit Authority (SARTA)
Following the press conference, the media and the public had the opportunity to view Hyperion’s XP-1 Hydrogen Electric Hypercar and two of SARTA’s hydrogen fuel cell (HFC) powered public transit vehicles. SARTA operates one of the largest fleets of HFC transit vehicles in North America.
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Ohio Clean Hydrogen Hub Alliance spearheading effort to secure up to $2 billion in funding for clean hydrogen hub project
The Ohio Clean Hydrogen Hub Alliance, a coalition comprised of energy producers, industrial consumers, research institutions, elected officials, and community leaders is spearheading a campaign to convince the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to locate a Clean Hydrogen Hub (CHH) in the state of Ohio. A total of $8 billion in funding for the creation of CHHs was included in the $1.2 trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA).
“The CHH funding in the IIJA creates the opportunity for Ohio and Ohioans to reap the economic and environmental benefits that will flow from the federal government’s commitment to and massive investment in the development of clean hydrogen technology,” Mr. Conrad said.