The University of Louisiana at Lafayette (ULL) has received a $1m grant to advance clean hydrogen technologies to help the reduction of carbon emissions.
Having received the grant from the US Department of Energy (DOE) on Friday (July 9), the University said it will develop high-performance metal-supported solid oxide electrolysis cells to support the clean energy shift.
It also wants to work on innovative diagnostic methodologies to achieve net-zero.
Commenting on the support US Senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana, said, “The future of natural gas and hydrogen runs through Louisiana. This funding boosts our research and development to make this a reality.”
ULL is one of 31 projects using the nation’s vast fossil-fuel and power infrastructure for decarbonised energy and commodity production through development of technologies for the production, transport, storage and utilisation of fossil-based hydrogen.
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