Sandia National Laboratories has received an Excellence in Technology Transfer Award for successfully licencing hydrogen generation technology to BayoTech.
The award was one of six won by the US-based laboratories for its solutions during the pandemic, developing solar cells and hydrogen research technology, and creatively working with a number of companies.
“During this unprecedented year, Sandia was able to demonstrate our continued commitment to developing innovative technology and partnerships that help secure our nation’s future,” said Mary Monson, senior manager of technology partnerships and business development at Sandia.
“Hydrogen will be a key enabler for the global energy transition,” added Robert Moore, Director of Research and Development at BayoTech.
“BayoTech’s high-efficiency hydrogen generation technology provides a consistent, cost-effective supply of low-carbon hydrogen that can power zero emission transportation, decarbonise industry and accelerate the transition to a clean energy future.”