The Fuel Cell Technologies Office recently announced funding, subject to appropriations, to support a new consortium utilizing the expertise and capabilities of the national laboratories to accelerate the development of commercially viable pathways for hydrogen production from renewable energy sources.
In honor of National Hydrogen Week, EERE announced up to $30 million in planned funding to support advances in fuel cell and hydrogen technology; in addition, we released a report that demonstrates tremendous industry growth since 2007.
Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz announced the 2016 update to the Revolution…Now report, highlighting cost reductions and rapid deployment of five clean energy technologies: wind turbines, solar technologies for both utility-scale and distributed photovoltaic, electric vehicles, and LEDs.
You may already know that public transportation reduces pollution and eases congestion on the road. However, many transit fleets are switching to cleaner fuels and technologies, making this mode of transportation even more sustainable.
The Energy Department announced up to $107 million in new projects and planned funding to support America's continued leadership in solar technology. Our SunShot Initiative will invest $42 million in 40 projects to reduce costs and improve PV performance, reliability, and manufacturability—enabling faster deployment of solar technologies.