Kansas chasing ‘transformative’ regional hydrogen hub


A private-public partnership is looking to help Kansas take a historic step toward expanding the clean energy economy with a regional hub for producing hydrogen that would reduce the country's dependence on fossil fuels.

A trade association that promotes the development of renewable energy is working with the Kansas Geological Survey and the University of Kansas to land a $1.2 billion federal grant for a regional hydrogen hub.

The U.S. Department of Energy is seeking proposals for a $7 billion program that is intended to help reach President Joe Biden’s goal of a 100% clean . . .


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