The Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Office is releasing a request for proposals to support the H2@Scale initiative.
DOE announced the intention to invest up to $100 million over five years in two new consortia to advance hydrogen and fuel cell technologies R&D.
One opportunity is to utilize nuclear’s thermal heat and electricity to produce hydrogen.
This webinar will highlight Center for Hydrogen Safety efforts from the past year to foster information sharing and collaboration on hydrogen safety.
The event will bring together government and industry leaders from around the world to discuss opportunities and areas of collaboration.
Nearly $20 million in small business awarded for Phase I Release 2 projects under the SBIR and SBTT programs.
Learn how researchers and industry are leveraging hydrogen and fuel cell R&D activities to address specific needs during the COVID-19 health crisis.
Join the IPHE’s Student Infographic Challenge to showcase how hydrogen and fuel cells can help create a clean energy future.
Join the Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Office’s H2IQ Hour on April 28 to learn more about how the IPHE is fostering collaboration.
Due to announcements from federal and state government leaders concerning COVID-19, the U.S. Department of Energy is cancelling the 2020 meeting.
EERE will launch a new website to replace eXCHANGE for funding opportunity announcements and application submission.
Join the Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Office’s H2IQ Hour on March 25 for an update from Strategic Analysis on hydrogen production analysis.