US DOE backs 52 electrolyser and fuel cell manufacturing projects with $750m

The US Department of Energy (DOE) is awarding $750m to 52 clean hydrogen projects across 24 states to advance electrolysis and fuel cell technologies and improve manufacturing.

Funded by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, electrolyser manufacturing is set to receive over 40% of the package, with $316m dedicated to eight projects.

Nel’s planned 4GW alkaline and PEM factory in Plymouth, Michigan, is set to receive one of the biggest individual slice of funding with $50m earmarked. The Norwegian OEM also received $25m from the State of Michigan in a separate grant.

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