DOE Funds Clean Hydrogen Production Research

$28.9 million has been awarded to 15 scientific research projects.

The Department of Energy announced that they have awarded 15 research projects $28.9 million to advance clean hydrogen production solutions. Burning hydrogen creates only water and heat as by-products as opposed to the greenhouse gases created by the burning of coal and oil. The Energy Department sees hydrogen as a potentially powerful clean energy fuel source and hopes these projects can discover a way to produce hydrogen with a low-carbon footprint.

“Clean hydrogen is an incredibly versatile tool for decarbonizing our economy and tackling the climate crisis,” said Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm. “DOE is investing in projects that will help bring down the cost of producing clean hydrogen, increase its availability as an affordable, low-carbon fuel for power production, and generate good-paying jobs.”

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For Secretary Granholm to seek the Lord’s leading as she heads efforts to discover clean energy sources.
  • For U.S. energy officials as they pursue renewable energy projects.
  • That U.S. researchers would make effective use of the funding to develop hydrogen energy.

Sources: Department of Energy


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