DOE announces $40m funding to advance H2@Scale
DOE announces $40m funding to advance H2@Scale

DOE announces $40m funding to advance [email protected]

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced approximately $40m in funding for 29 projects to advance the [email protected] concept.

[email protected] focuses on affordable and reliable large-scale hydrogen generation, transport, storage, and utilisation in the US across multiple sectors.

“The [email protected] concept is a critical piece of the country’s comprehensive energy strategy and an enabler of multiple industries in our economy,” said Rick Perry, US Secretary of Energy.

“As an energy carrier, hydrogen has the potential to unite our nation’s domestic energy resources. These selections support DOE’s mission and advances our commitment to enable economic growth and energy security through the development of more affordable hydrogen technologies.”

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