The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced a further $34m to support the development of technology solutions to make clean hydrogen more available and affordable.
Specifically, the capital will benefit hydrogen projects focused on electricity generation, industrial decarbonisation, and transportation to support the Biden-Harris Administration’s goal of achieving a zero-carbon power sector by 2035 and a Net Zero emission economy by 2050.
19 industry- and university-led research projects will receive a cut of the funding.
US Secretary of Energy, Jennifer Granholm, describes hydrogen as one of the most versatile tools to slash emissions and forge a carbon-free pathway for a sustainable clean energy future.
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