As many as five hydrogen stations will be constructed in Texas with the help of approximately $70 million in funding from the federal government. The funds will be awarded to the North Central Texas Council of Governments.
Thanks to the U.S. government’s ambitious plans to advance American biotech and biomanufacturing, Texas’ life sciences hubs, particularly in Dallas and Houston, are now one of many in the country that are currently thriving.
After a pandemic-era surge of companies and tech workers moving into Central Texas, Austin’s tech sector has had to navigate a more troubled national industry landscape marked by waves of layoffs and cost cutting in recent years at many companies.
In the years since the COVID-19 pandemic crippled the global supply chain for chips that power everything from video games to cars to medical devices, semiconductors have been atop the national policy agenda.