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LAKE OSWEGO — An Oregon renewable energy company has signed an agreement with the Grant County Public Utility District in Ephrata, Washington, to design a power plant that would be fueled by renewable hydrogen from water.

The plant would mark a key step in Obsidian Renewables’ efforts to build a Pacific Northwest Hydrogen Hub. The $3 billion hub would produce up to 360 metric tons of hydrogen per day. The gas could be used to generate electricity.

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Ken Dragoon

Ken Dragoon

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