Goal is to identify priority research and development areas to reduce the regulatory barriers affecting the implementation of hydrogen technologies.
EERE will fund 87 new projects across 34 states, totaling nearly $13 million in funding, including 4 hydrogen and fuel cell projects.
$3.5 million now available for hydrogen production research and development that is compatible with nuclear energy sources.
The Energy Department has announced that members of the Hydrogen Council will be plenary speakers during the 2018 Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Program AMR.
The Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Program Annual Progress Report includes more than 700 pages of accomplishments achieved by DOE-funded projects in 2017.
DOE has announced the 2018 Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) Phase I Release 1 Awards.
FCTO will present a webinar to discuss the progress made toward meeting DOE and FTA technical targets for fuel cell electric bus commercialization.