To advance its zero-emissions goals, the Port of Long Beach has joined the Alliance for Renewable Clean Hydrogen Energy Systems (ARCHES), a public-private partnership formed to help capture newly available federal funding to assist in developing a robust renewable hydrogen market in California.
ARCHES will serve as the lead applicant for California’s bid to win funding for a hydrogen hub under the U.S. Department of Energy’s Regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs (H2Hubs) program.
Funded by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the H2Hubs program will be one of the largest investments in the history of the Department of Energy.
The Port of Long Beach is known internationally as an industry leader in advancing cleaner cargo movement. As a signal of that progress, last month, the Port announced that a trucking company partner will convert to fully-zero emissions by 2025 10 years before the 2035 goal.
Source: Port of Long Beach