Four Mid-Atlantic and New England states, along with 40 energy companies, have partnered to propose a regional hydrogen hub development as various parts of the country seek to secure federal funding.


The governors of Connecticut, New Jersey, New York and Massachusetts said they would pursue $8 billion in federal funding provided through the Department of Energy (DOE). The funding would focus on developing four regional hydrogen hubs that were approved in the Biden administration’s Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act

New York is leading the consortium, as the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) develops “a proposal in response to” the DOE’s funding announcement, a NYSERDA spokesperson told NGI. The proposal is “anticipated to launch...