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Southern California looks to hydrogen

Local alliance aims to reduce price of green hydrogen to $1.50/kg by 2030

Southern California's plentiful supply of renewables and its rich manufacturing base could make the region a suitable hub for green hydrogen, according to a new business coalition. Hydeal LA is the Green Hydrogen Coalition’s first North American initiative, a group of local industrial concerns and utilities looking to reduce the price of green hydrogen to $1.50/kg by 2030. Partners joining the coalition include utility Southern California Gas (SoCal Gas), technology manufacturer Mitsubishi Power and the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP). "What brings us together today is the fuel flexibility that hydrogen can bring to both the electric and industrial sectors” Bro



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