GILLETTE, Wyo. — On Thursday, Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon’s office shared a press release from the Western Interstate Hydrogen Hub Coalition seeking input from industry leaders, elected officials, community groups, tribes and residents to provide input toward creating a regional hydrogen hub.
The regional hub project is a collaboration between intermountain states, including Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah. The coalition released a “Request for Expression of Interest” on Thursday, soliciting input from stakeholders. People can complete the requests on a new website launched by the Rocky Mountain Alliance for Next Generation Energy for the regional hydrogen hub project.
“Hydrogen projects will not be developed without major investment and buy-in from private companies. While our four states have worked out the parameters of our joint efforts, it is now time to find out what projects the public and industry will find feasible,” Gordon said in the press release. “Wyoming has an all-of-the-above, net zero energy strategy and these partnerships will support that goal.”