US DOE awards $47.7m to 16 hydrogen research projects

$47.7m of funding has been granted to 16 hydrogen research, development and demonstration (RD&D) projects in 13 states by the US Department of Energy (DOE).

The call for projects launched in January (2023) has selected variety of plans including advanced electrode technologies for PEM electrolysers, hydrogen storage and fuel cell technologies.

All 16 of the projects are aimed at lowering technology costs, enhancing hydrogen infrastructure and improving the performance of fuel cells and hoped to support the DOE’s efforts of reducing costs to enable commercial-scale deployment of hydrogen.

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