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Building a more sustainable future

A robust national hydrogen market is critical to advancing the transition to a clean energy economy with hydrogen at its core. The development and deployment of regional hydrogen ecosystems is the main priority of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Hydrogen Hub program. Recognizing hydrogen’s role in meeting the United States’ net-zero climate goals, the Hydrogen Hubs program will utilize $7 billion in funding from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to support hydrogen basins throughout the country.

̨ʹٷվ, with over 60 years of expertise along the entire hydrogen value chain, is actively participating in the Hydrogen Hubs process. ̨ʹٷվ will participate in six of the seven hydrogen hubs approved for funding by the U.S. Department of Energy. As a partner, ̨ʹٷվ will lend its hydrogen know-how in production, liquefaction, distribution, storage and end-use technologies to meet the specific needs of four Hubs selected for funding by the U.S Department of Energy: HyVelocity Hub on the Gulf Coast, PNWH2 Hub in the Pacific Northwest, ARCH2 Hub in Appalachia, and MARCHH2 Hub in the Midwest. ̨ʹٷվ is a supporter of the Mid-Atlantic and California hubs.

The establishment of a nation-wide hydrogen network will accelerate the use of hydrogen for the U.S. energy transition, advancing critical steps towards delivering the benefits of hydrogen for our environment, economy, workforce and energy security.

What is the Hydrogen Hubs program all about?

$7 billion

Biden-Harris Administration Announces $7 Billion For America’s First Clean Hydrogen Hubs, Driving Clean Manufacturing and Delivering New Economic Opportunities Nationwide.

3 million metric tons of H2

The H2Hubs are expected to collectively produce three million metric tons of hydrogen annually, reaching nearly a third of the 2030 U.S. production target and lowering emissions from hard-to-decarbonize industrial sectors that represent 30 percent of total U.S.


The program provides funding for research, development, demonstration, and deployment (RDD&D) projects that advance the production, storage, distribution, and use of hydrogen across various sectors, such as transportation, industry, and power generation.

Key Driver

The program will be a central driver in helping communities across the country benefit from clean energy investments, good-paying jobs and improved energy security.

“A robust U.S. hydrogen market is key to advancing the transition to a low-carbon economy. Aligned with its ADVANCE strategy, ̨ʹٷվ is proud to be a partner in six of the selected Hydrogen Hubs and to deliver on the promise of low-carbon solutions. With programs like the Hydrogen Hubs, the U.S. is well positioned to foster hydrogen innovation. Today, as many sectors of the Industry are tackling decarbonation, and are strategically poised to employ the environmental and economic benefits of hydrogen, we are looking forward to working with our partners to develop these Hubs and support the establishment of a mature domestic hydrogen market.”

Matthieu Giard,

Chief Executive Officer, American ̨ʹٷվ Holdings, Inc.

The ̨ʹٷվ Regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs (H2Hubs) Experience

HyVelocity - Mercury (Gulf Coast)

“We are deeply honored to receive DOE funding for HyVelocity, fully acknowledging the substantial responsibility it entails. As a founding member of the HyVelocity Hub, ̨ʹٷվ is committed to using this federal investment to expedite the hydrogen market by leveraging our expertise across the hydrogen value chain and optimizing the assets of the Gulf Coast. This investment represents a pivotal step in decarbonizing our planet and revolutionizing mobility, and serves as a powerful example of successful public-private partnerships in scaling up hydrogen and advancing the energy transition.”

Katie Ellet

̨ʹٷվ’s President of Hydrogen Energy & Mobility, North America

PNWH2 (Pacific Northwest)

“We are honored that DOE has selected PNWH2 for funding and take the responsibility this investment signifies seriously. ̨ʹٷվ is committed to working alongside our partners to leverage this investment to advance the Pacific Northwest’s energy transition. This hub exemplifies the power of public-private partnerships and will go a long way in making hydrogen more accessible through the establishment of a regional market.”

Katie Ellet

̨ʹٷվ’s President of Hydrogen Energy & Mobility, North America

MACHH2 (Midwest)

“We applaud DOE’s decision to fund MACHH2, which will help make hydrogen more accessible and affordable for Midwest customers. ̨ʹٷվ is committed to working with our partners and other stakeholders to develop this hub, advance the region’s clean energy transition, and support the establishment of a mature domestic hydrogen market. The DOE’s investment signifies an important step in reaching our nation’s decarbonization goals and exemplifies the importance of the public and private sectors working together to achieve meaningful solutions.”

Katie Ellet,

̨ʹٷվ’s President of Hydrogen Energy & Mobility, North America

ARCH2 (Appalachia)

“We are thrilled that DOE has selected ARCH2 for funding and honored to take on the responsibility this investment signifies. ̨ʹٷվ looks forward to working with our partners to leverage the existing assets to drive growth in the Appalachian region and stand ready to lend our expertise across the hydrogen value chain. The development of this project will establish a healthy regional hydrogen market, and go a long way in scaling-up hydrogen technology and infrastructure across the nation to help achieve our shared decarbonization goals.”

Katie Ellet

̨ʹٷվ’s President of Hydrogen Energy & Mobility, North America

External Press Releases & Documents

  • ̨ʹٷվ is a partner in six out of seven Hydrogen Hubs announced by the DOE in the U.S.

  • State of WV brings together major energy companies and leading energy technology firms to develop a clean hydrogen hub in the region

    Download the document PDF (153.46 KB)
  • Midwest Alliance for Clean Hydrogen (MachH2) Announces bid to create regional hydrogen hub to combat climate change

  • HyVelocity Hub: A Commitment to Advance Clean, Affordable, At-Scale Hydrogen in Texas and Louisiana

  • U.S. National Clean Hydrogen Strategy and Roadmap

Hydrogen Resources

Hydrogen Safety 101

  • Hydrogen is a non-tox, non-corrosive and non-polluting gas. But, like any gas or energy source, respecting safety measures when handling it is critical to its safe use. 
  • Hydrogen, when handled improperly, can be flammable and/or explosive - just like natural gas or gasoline.
  • Even so, hydrogen is much lighter than air which means it dissipates rapidly when released. 
  • In industry, hydrogen has been used routinely for decades in a wide range of applications and has a lower accident rate than the industrial accident rate**.
  • In mobility, the safety of the hydrogen fuel tank is guaranteed by ventilation and, in the event of a fire, through the controlled release of hydrogen resulting in a flame without causing any explosion. 
  • In fact, most stringent tests have shown that a hydrogen car is no more dangerous than a traditional gasoline-powered car.

̨ʹٷվ: A Global Hydrogen Safety Expert

̨ʹٷվ is a leader in US regulations, codes and standards development, sponsoring experts as voting members and alternate members for a variety of US national standards development committees. ̨ʹٷվ has an international network of hydrogen energy safety experts monitoring and coordinating positions on regulations, codes and standards to support the development of the US H2 ecosystem development. ̨ʹٷվ’s commitment to hydrogen safety extends beyond the US with activity in all hydrogen safety standards with a global or international impact, including: UN GTR 13,  ISO, NFPA, CGA, ASME, and EIGA. 

  • ̨ʹٷվ has taken a leadership role in the development of hydrogen safety standards for the emerging market actively participating in the Compressed Gas Association , which has developed standards for hydrogen equipment with key executive involvement on the Executive Committee, Standards council, Hyco Committee, Hydrogen Technology and Hydrogen Strategy workgroups.
    • The operating teams in ̨ʹٷվ are active in the Center for Hydrogen Safety working group to advance the discussion on safety related to increasing the concentration of hydrogen in existing natural gas network piping (called “H2 blending”).
  • ̨ʹٷվ is a founding  member of AIChE Center for Hydrogen Safety. Established in 2019, the Center for Hydrogen Safety is a technical community which promotes hydrogen safety, provides free online training courses and manages the Hydrogen Safety Panel and the website.
    • ̨ʹٷվ, along with other members, identified 7 safety topic areas in need of better harmonization and collaboration: safety culture & management systems, refueling, gaseous storage, liquid and gaseous bulk storage, on board vehicle liquid storage, large scale electrolysis, and environmental impact.
  • ̨ʹٷվ Engineering & Pipeline Organizations: ̨ʹٷվ’s specialized engineering teams are working on efforts around the world that will be utilized on H2Hub investment to bring the best available equipment knowledge, standards development and enabling transportation systems (pipelines / truck systems),  storage (caverns, spheres) as well as production technologies (Electrolysis joint ventures, and AutoThermal Reforming).
    • The ̨ʹٷվ Pipeline organization are members of the ASME B31.12 Committee for hydrogen pipelines.

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