UD launches H2 Twin Cities 2023

21 July 2023

The US Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Technologies Office, in collaboration with the Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) Clean Hydrogen Initiative, has launched H2 Twin Cities 2023 - a global initiative that connects cities and communities around the world to collaborate, share ideas, and learn from each other as they deploy clean-hydrogen solutions.

“H2 Twin Cities 2023 will focus on pairing Mentor and Mentee cities with significantly different levels of experience and expertise with hydrogen,” said DOE. Mentor-Mentee pairs should be from different countries—and ideally from different continents. Mentor cities will share lessons-learned and best practices with Mentee cities, which will commit to future deployment of hydrogen technologies. H2 Twin Cities “seeks pairings that will result in measurable impacts by fostering market adoption, scaling up hydrogen technologies, providing training and outreach resources, and achieving emissions reductions—all while advancing energy and environmental justice and social equity”.

The deadline to apply for H2 Twin Cities 2023 is 19 October. Mentor and Mentee cities must self-assemble and submit a joint application. To facilitate pairings, H2 Twin Cities is compiling a teaming partner list, which allows cities and regions to express their interest to potential applicants and to explore potential partnerships.

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