Alliance for Renewable Clean Hydrogen Energy Systems
ARCHES is California’s public-private hydrogen (H2) hub consortium to accelerate the development and deployment of clean, renewable H2 projects and infrastructure. Clean H2 can supplement renewable energy sources to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and advance a zero-carbon economy. The US Department of Energy will award $8 billion to up to 10 regional H2 hubs to build self-sustaining H2 economies of producers, infrastructure, and users. In partnership with the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz), ARCHES unites key public and private stakeholders to build the framework for a California renewable, clean H2 hub.
ARCHES partners include leaders in energy research, communities, trades, utilities, for-profit companies and nongovernmental organizations. Those interested in joining this growing network are asked to sign and submit a Non-Disclosure Agreement.