DOE to invest in new hydrogen and fuel cell projects

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced its intention to invest up to $100m over five years in two new DOE National Laboratory-led consortia to advance hydrogen and fuel cell technologies.

Announced yesterday, the funding will be used for research and development (R&D) activities and is subject to appropriations.

“Hydrogen and fuel cell technologies have the potential to enable resiliency, energy security, and economic growth across multiple sectors,” said Mark Menezes, Under Secretary of Energy.

“Through these ambitious new initiations, the Trump Administration continues its commitment to all of the above energy solutions, providing a wide variety of clean energy options for both power generation and transportation.”

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