Is U.S. Infrastructure Ready for Hydrogen?
The United States is making significant investments in clean hydrogen through the U.S. Department of Energy’s regional clean hydrogen hubs program and production tax credits authorized by the Inflation Reduction Act. Clean hydrogen is set to play an important role in the energy transition.
But how can we ensure market development for clean hydrogen? How concerned should we be about hydrogen leaks, which carry warming potential? And what infrastructure is necessary so clean hydrogen lives up to its promise as a climate solution?
Please join the CSIS Energy Security and Climate Change program for this discussion featuring Ben Wilson (National Grid), Dr. Steven Hamburg (Environmental Defense Fund), and Melanie Kenderdine (Energy Futures Initiative). Moderated by Joseph Majkut.
This event is made possible by general funding to CSIS and the CSIS Energy Security & Climate Change Program.