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Renewable DME to hydrogen project receives funding from US Department of Energy
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Renewable DME to hydrogen project receives funding from US Department of Energy

Los Alamos National Laboratory and Oberon Fuels will convert renewable dimethyl ether (rDME) into renewable hydrogen using its new steam reforming technology.

This has caught the attention of the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Commercialisation Fund that has provided financial aid to support the promising clean energy technology.

Renewable DME has the potential to overcome two of the largest barriers to widespread hydrogen adoption today: the lack of cost-competitive, sustainable production in addition to a lack of energy-dense storage and transport.

Read more: Oberon producing renewable DME to accelerate hydrogen transition

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