New York, Washington The city of Los Angeles wants to turn four gas power plants into green hydrogen, thus becoming America’s first hydrogen hub. Bill Gates and Li Ka-shing investors and venture investor Horizon Ventures support the hydrogen start-up Zero Avia, whose test flights are already continuing to take off. Bosch partner Nicola still promises a hydrogen-powered truck. General Motors Provides trains with technology.
In the United States, various hydrogen projects resemble an experimental field that is not integrated without any infrastructure. No big deal and technology is not on everyone’s lips like it is in Germany. But especially in the private sector, start-ups are increasingly developing ideas on how to use the new technology.
And Joe Biden’s government supports technology. This is also necessary because hydrogen will rarely exist in a large, low-cost electric country without government assistance, integrated planning and appropriate infrastructure.
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