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United States Hydrogen Alliance


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How Hydrogen Can Save America - Facts Not Fear

Are You a Policymaker?

Find our latest hydrogen policy resources curated specifically for your work, constituents, and the enhancement of the American energy system and economy.

National Hydrogen Policy Leaders Roundta

Are You a Hydrogen Business?

Find everything you need to know about the U.S. Hydrogen Alliance, how we are here to serve this industry, and how you can take action for your future.

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Biden-Harris Administration Announces $7 Billion For America’s First Clean Hydrogen Hubs

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First Annual Hydrogen Policy Leaders Convention Recap:

Click here to learn about the second annual hydrogen policy leaders convention happening November 12-14th at Tysons Corner Marriott.

About Us

We are the national voice of the hydrogen and fuel cell industries. We bring coordinated, common sense, and immediate clean technology solution-based representation and advocacy.

We are grounded in ensuring strategic deployments and implementation to accelerate the buildout of the hydrogen economy across the United States as well as the implementation of Hydrogen Hubs to achieve a national interconnected energy system.

Click "Learn More" to view our accomplishments, meet our team, and read testimonies.



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"Without USHA, recent Utah legislation promoting hydrogen production through tax credits would not have been successful or even possible. Roxana drafted and worked for nearly seven months on this legislation. She engaged industry supporters to testify in legislative committee testimonies, and prepared concise and crucial documents for promoting the legislation. It was especially impressive to note her negotiations with members of the state mining association, power companies, and the petroleum industry to get the legislation passed. Her efforts were noted by industry leaders and legislators alike, which has established relationships for collaboration and partnerships for future hydrogen legislation in Utah."

Utah State Representative

Melissa Garf Ballard

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