US DoE announces $64m to advance hydrogen innovations

US DoE announces $64m to advance hydrogen innovations

The US Department of Energy (DoE) has announced up to $64m in funding to advance innovations that will build new markets for the [email protected] initiative.

The investment will support transformational research and development, innovative hydrogen concepts that will encourage market expansion and increase the scale of hydrogen production, storage, transport, and use.

The US DoE has already invested a lot of capital in order to progress the US’ hydrogen sector. As a whole, the US currently produces approximately 10 million tonnes of hydrogen annually, but according to the DoE, a significant increase in hydrogen supply and demand will be required to fully realise hydrogen benefits across the economy.

... to continue reading you must be subscribed

Subscribe Today

As part of our launch and mission to bring the hydrogen supply chain together, H2 View has been providing you with complementary access to all our content.

From 1st January 2020, however, you will need to subscribe to H2 View to continue to have access to this breadth of content – including insightful comment and analysis, value-added interviews and features, and thought-provoking columnists.

A subscription to H2 View enables you to access all online content, from the latest authoritative columnists to the H2 View news archive, as well print editions of H2 View magazine.

Please wait...