Douglas County Public Utility District (Douglas County PUD)
Washington, Oregon and Idaho are preparing a joint proposal to become a regional hydrogen manufacturing and distribution hub.
Washington’s first industrial-scale green hydrogen production facility has fallen an additional six months behind on its original start date.
The Port of Seattle is studying if and how it should get into the business of producing and distributing hydrogen, part of a strategy to increase traffic.
Washington officials are working to bolster the state’s case to land one of the nation’s federally funded hydrogen hubs.
A bill in the Washington State Legislature aims to boost the state’s prospects for landing one of four national hydrogen hubs being funded under the IIJA.
A bill to expand the provision of green hydrogen by municipal and rural utilities appears headed for easy sailing through the Washington House.
NWPP took its first steps implementing its Western Resource Adequacy Program, allowing participants to submit resource data for a “nonbinding” phase.
Municipal utility Seattle City Light wants the same legislative green light to manufacture hydrogen for fuel as Washington’s PUDs have received.
Washington legislators have earmarked more than $4 million to build the state’s first two hydrogen vehicle refueling stations.
Douglas County PUD has broken ground on a new facility that will produce hydrogen from Columbia River water electrolyzed by energy from its Wells Dam.
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