This map provides a visual overview of state-level activities related to clean hydrogen development. It aims to highlight clean hydrogen policies, initiatives, and partnerships led by or involving state government entities (i.e., State Energy Offices, state legislatures, Governor's Offices) and is designed to serve as a resource for State Energy Offices to explore clean hydrogen efforts in other states. NASEO intends to update the map as states adopt new programs and initiatives. If you would like to suggest an addition or change to this this map, please email Grace Lowe (

Please note that this map is not meant to be inclusive of all activities in the hydrogen space, such as those led by the private sector or local or international governments. Additional resources that may be of interest are listed below:

  • The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) connects suppliers, consumers, and infrastructure providers through its H2 Matchmaker tool.

  • The Great Plains Institute (GPI) published a Carbon and Hydrogen Hubs Atlas in February 2022, which contains several maps outlining the economic, geologic, and geographic potential for hydrogen development across the U.S.

  • Pillsbury Law maintains a global Hydrogen Map of global low-carbon hydrogen projects that are currently operational.

  • Resources for the Future released a Hydrogen Hub Explorer, which displays project proposals for H2Hubs. Proposal details include the geographic reach of their hubs, production methods, end uses, and project partners. 

  • The Clean Air Task Force has an interactive U.S. Hydrogen Hubs Map that identifies stakeholders and regions that have responded to the U.S. Department of Energy funding notice for its Regional Hydrogen Hubs program.

The map was last updated on April 3, 2024.