Next Hydrogen to work with partners for clean energy production in the U.S.
by CM Staff
The goal of the coalition of 40 partners is to take advantage of an $8 billion funding program from the United States Department of Energy.
MISSISSAUGA — Next Hydrogen Corporation has signed a memorandum of understanding with the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority and 40 other partners to create a proposal to become one of four clean hydrogen hubs through the US federal Clean Hydrogen Hubs program.
Next Hydrogen Solutions Inc. explained in their announcement that the program is part of the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
The goal of the coalition of 40 partners is to take advantage of an $8 billion funding program from the United States Department of Energy by creating a clean, sustainable hydrogen industry in the Northeast region according to a statement.
“Next Hydrogen is excited to offer its unique technology and solutions expertise to this monumental group of partners who will work together to advance a clean hydrogen hub in the US Northeast,” said Raveel Afzaal, president and CEO of Next Hydrogen in a statement.
“We are joining an impressive group of industry leaders to evaluate and develop this hydrogen hub proposal with the shared goal of facilitating the development of resilient clean energy infrastructure in the United States.”
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