Two consortia launched to advance fuel cell truck and electrolyser R&D

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has launched two consortia to advance fuel cell truck and hydrogen production research and development (R&D).

Million Mile Fuel Cell Truck (M2FCT) and the H2New groups were yesterday launched in commemoration of National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day.

The announcement builds upon DOE’s Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Office’s intention to invest up to $100m over five years to reduce the cost of fuel cells for trucks and of electrolysers for hydrogen production.

Each consortium will receive up to $10m per year over five years to advance progress in specific hydrogen production and fuel cell R&D areas:

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