DOE Helps Launch H2 Twin Cities to Accelerate Global Hydrogen Deployment

New global hydrogen initiative will share and leverage resources to accelerate technology deployment

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November 10, 2021

DOE Helps Launch H2 Twin Cities to Accelerate Global Hydrogen Deployment

Today, Deputy Secretary David Turk announced the launch of H2 Twin Cities as part of COP26 activities in Glasgow, U.K. to reinforce American commitment to combat climate change. H2 Twin Cities is an initiative under the Clean Energy Ministerial to accelerate hydrogen deployments by pairing communities around the world to collaborate, share ideas, learn from each other, and accelerate progress, particularly at the city and municipality level. Through H2 Twin Cities, global partnerships will be created among paired cities and communities to form a larger community of hydrogen best practices, increase collaboration, and broaden the reach of hydrogen deployment to reduce global emissions.

“As incubators of new ideas and technologies, cities are a key part of the effort to jumpstart innovation and foster solutions to fight the climate crisis.” said Deputy Secretary David Turk. “H2 Twin Cities will help us do just that by connecting cities and communities around the world to share ideas, accelerate innovation, and deploy clean hydrogen at scale.” 

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