In some of the biggest news in the hunt for natural hydrogen in the past 12 months – congratulations to US start-up Koloma for attracting US$245 million for its plans.

The money has come from big name investors like Khosla Ventures, United and Amazon’s climate fund.

The Denver-based company, whose founders have been looking for naturally formed hydrogen for nearly a decade, will use the money to develop AI analytics and sensors to fast-track the search for natural hydrogen deposits in the US.

The coverage, in Axios, has deserved more prominence than it got.

Link here (behind a paywall).