Mid-Atlantic Region to Become one of Seven “Hydrogen Hubs” In U.S.
The Biden Administration announced last week substantial federal grants to create a series of “hydrogen hubs,” with the goal of seeing these hubs produce three million metric tons of hydrogen annually. Senator Tom Carper released a statement saying the Mid-Atlantic region was selected to become one of seven clean hydrogen hubs across our nation. Senator Carper says The Mid-Atlantic Clean Hydrogen Hub, or MACH2, will help Delaware cement its status as a clean energy leader, advance our nation’s climate goals, and create thousands of good-paying jobs. In addition, the Mid-Atlantic Clean Hydrogen Hub will receive $750 million in funding, which aims to bring together various governments and business interests in Delaware, Southeast Pennsylvania, and South Jersey to create the hub.