South Carolina spending money to cash in on hydrogen
Promoters hope the plan will create jobs and bolster South Carolina as a leader in the developing hydrogen fuel industry, an industry which is expected to be worth more than $2.6 trillion in the next few decades. The University of South Carolina (USC) is likely to use the private sector incentives in helping it sign up private sector research partners. Not everything is coming up oxygen though: USC has yet to find tenants for its new alternative fuel research building currently under construction.
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