Energy Harbor partners with Linde, GE Aerospace and Cleveland-Cliffs to pursue DOE Hydrogen hub funding
Published on Nov. 7, 2022
The Great Lakes Clean Hydrogen Partnership has commenced its application for the Department of Energy's hydrogen hub program. The GLCH's approach to this opportunity is to use pre-existing infrastructure in order to produce economically feasible, low-carbon, hydrogen to partners in the Midwest. Alongside other organizations, Case Western Reserve University is providing support to this initiative -- one that could bring an exciting new frontier of energy to Ohio. Learn more from Energy Harbor's article: Energy Harbor partners with Linde, GE Aerospace and Cleveland-Cliffs to pursue DOE Hydrogen hub funding.