An online U.S. mapping platform developed by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) highlights and connects hydrogen suppliers, infrastructure providers, users and community stakeholders.

The H2 Matchmaker tool relies on hydrogen stakeholders to self-identify and volunteer information about their operations by completing and submitting an online form. The database is intended to encourage those supportive of a hydrogen economy to collaborate and develop clean hydrogen hubs, in alignment with the $8 billion available for such hubs under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.

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The platform is expected to:

  • Increase hydrogen and fuel cell regional project awareness for technology developers and suppliers.
  • Support private sector development of hydrogen production, storage, and transportation infrastructure and fuel cell deployment by region.
  • Facilitate regional business development opportunities by providing hydrogen supply and demand maps for current and planned projects.

Access a guide to using the H2 Matchmaker map.

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