Hub projects and partners commit to robust transparency and foster information sharing, technology transfer, and other learnings.
WHAT IT MEANS IN PRACTICE
Hubs aim to share and disclose relevant plans, findings, data, and learnings across all stages of the project from proposal through operation and closure, particularly those projects that are government funded or demonstration focused.
Enhanced transparency demonstrates a commitment to advancement of society-wide net-zero economies; enables genuine and meaningful stakeholder engagement and awareness of Hub operations; and maximizes sharing of lessons-learned across a variety of areas, ranging from technological improvements to community impacts.
High levels of transparency can be achieved even while confidential business information is protected.
Initial Hub investments accelerate innovation through the transparent publication, sharing, and transfer of insights, ideas, and other advanced knowledge generated by the demonstration and deployment of emerging technologies.
PUBLICATION OF PROJECT DATA
The collection and transparent publication of project data improves policy design and regulatory implementation. This transparency helps agencies to identify policy needs and update programs over time including enhanced cross-agency coordination on key energy technologies.
BOLSTER INNOVATION PIPELINE
Hubs bolster the innovation pipeline by offering both startups and incumbent companies opportunities to participate in industrial decarbonization advancements, including hydrogen and carbon management markets.
VARIETY OF INPUT
Hubs demonstrate a more robust, inclusive, and informed innovation process by inviting and fostering input from a variety of stakeholders on project performance, insights, and ideas.
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