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Pacific Northwst Renewable Hydrogen Action Plan
Renewable Hydrogen (RH2), and the fuels derived from it, have a critically important role to play in the world's transition to carbon-free, climate-friendly energy systems. The PNW has abundant renewable energy and frequent surpluses of renewable electricity that can be used to produce RH2 in ways that can help lower power prices.
The Pacific Northwest Renewable Hydrogen Action Plan is the first concerted, strategic effort to galvanize key partners and distill intelligence to develop a shared agenda for policy, project, and research action to scale up RH2 in the region, to benefit both our economy and climate.
B R E A K I N G N E W S
Last spring, CSI released the Pacific NW’s first ‘Renewable Hydrogen Action Plan’, which inspired Senator Reuven Carlyle, a graduate of the 2017 Denmark Study Tour, to propose groundbreaking legislation in Washington State. One year later, he succeeded with the near-unanimous passage of Senate Bill 5910, designed to ‘accelerate the availability and use of renewable hydrogen in Washington state.’ In addition, the State invested $2 million to develop a “Green Hydrogen Hub” proposal for the US Dept. of Energy.
Thank you to the Sponsors Who Made the
PNW RH2 Action Plan Possible
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