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California, Los Angeles to Benefit from $7B Energy Program

As part of a $7 billion federal program to launch seven regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs across the nation, including Californi, Mayor Karen Bass today commended the initiative for what she says will foster sustainability, climate resiliency and add hundreds of thousands of jobs.

California wins up to $1.2 billion from feds for hydrogen

DOE awarded money from last year's Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to California's Alliance for Renewable Clean Hydrogen Energy Systems (ARCHES), a statewide public-private partnership led by the Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development, the University of California, the California State Building Trades Council and the Renewables 100 Policy Institute.

City of Oakland Votes to Join ARCHES

The City of Oakland has adopted a Resolution supporting ARCHES and Its mission to accelerate green hydrogen’s contribution to decarbonizing the economy in California.