The DOE’s investment will launch seven Regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs across the U.S., accelerating the deployment of clean hydrogen, supporting energy security goals, combating the climate crisis, and creating thousands of jobs.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management invests $6.4 million in university projects that will develop materials and components to improve hydrogen turbine technology.
The U.S. Department of Energy awards funding to 19 industry- and university-led research projects, supporting the availability and affordability of clean hydrogen for electricity, transportation, and decarbonization.
Idaho National Laboratory has set up testing platforms for U.S. companies to evaluate high-temperature steam electrolysis technologies, helping scale up production and minimize the costs of hydrogen production.
The states of Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Maine, Rhode Island, Vermont and Massachusetts submitted a proposal to U.S. Department of Energy for funding and resignation of the Northeast Regional Clean Hydrogen Hub.