University of Wyoming to receive $500,000 to support development of a Hydrogen Energy Research Center

With the University of Wyoming, US, continuing to develop a Hydrogen Energy Research Center, the school will receive a $500,000 commitment from energy company Williams to help develop the innovative project.

The project will focus on all forms of clean hydrogen, including low-cost coal via gasification, massive natural gas resources via methane reforming, and relatively high-capacity wind energy via electrolysis, as well as potential for solar, nuclear and more.

Read more: US DOE provides grant to explore hydrogen opportunities in Wyoming
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