US ENERGY DEPARTMENT OFFERS $35 MILLION FOR HYDROGEN AND FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGIES
The Energy Department on December 11 announced up to $35 million in available funding to advance hydrogen and fuel cell technologies. This funding will support research and development, early market deployments, and domestic manufacturing.
The Energy Department also aims to develop collaborative consortia for fuel cell performance and durability and advanced hydrogen storage materials research to leverage the capabilities of national lab core teams.
Funding is available for: hydrogen production, delivery, and storage research and development; demonstration of infrastructure component manufacturing; support for Climate Action Champions deploying hydrogen and fuel cell technologies; development of collaborative research consortia focused on fuel cell performance and durability and advanced hydrogen storage materials; and cost and performance analyses for hydrogen production, storage, and fuel cells.