Energy Harbor Collaborates with Great Lakes Clean Hydrogen Partnership to Move Forward with DOE Application

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Energy Harbor collaborates with great lakes clean hydrogen partnership to move forward with DOE application.

Energy Harbor along with Linde, GE Aerospace, Cleveland-Cliffs, The University of Toledo and other members of the Great Lakes Clean Hydrogen Partnership (GLCH) announced they have moved forward with its Department of Energy (DOE) hydrogen hub application.

This new industry-led coalition will transition Midwest manufacturing, mobility, power generation and technology operators away from greenhouse gas emitting feedstocks and fuels, to hydrogen, a low carbon alternative solution.

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