H2 Matchmaker is an online information resource to assist hydrogen suppliers and users with self-identifying collaborators and opportunities to expand development toward realizing regional hydrogen hubs.
A regional hydrogen hub is a network of hydrogen producers, potential or actual hydrogen consumers, and connective infrastructure located in close proximity.
H2 Matchmaker will:
- Increase hydrogen and fuel cell regional project awareness for technology developers and suppliers.
- Support private sector development of hydrogen production, storage, and transportation infrastructure and fuel cell deployment by region.
- Facilitate regional business development opportunities by providing hydrogen supply and demand maps for current and planned projects.
This initiative is aligned with the Department of Energy's Carbon Matchmaker. Read more about Carbon Matchmaker.
H2 Matchmaker Self-Identification Form
Applications for the Regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs program are closed, and H2 Matchmaker is no longer collecting submissions through the self-identification form.
H2 Matchmaker Interactive Map (Beta Version)
H2 Matchmaker is intended to help facilitate regional hydrogen team formation by allowing hydrogen producers, end-users, and other stakeholders to self-identify and align potential needs in specific geographic areas within the United States. All data presented on this map were self-reported by interested stakeholders and were not furnished by DOE. DOE does not recommend, endorse, or otherwise evaluate the qualifications or validity of any entities or data that were self-reported on this platform.
The H2 Matchmaker map (beta version) is under continuous development. Further changes may be incorporated in it to improve functionality and user experience.
See the H2 Matchmaker map user guide for more information about the map controls and content.