US DoE Issues Solicitation for On-Vehicle Hydrogen Storage Technologies

The total funding available for all new awards is $6 million.

Published: 30-Jan-2008

The Department of Energy (DOE) issued a solicitation for applied research and development projects addressing viable hydrogen storage technologies for on-board vehicular applications to complement the existing National Hydrogen Storage Project portfolio. Projects may support existing DOE Hydrogen Storage Centers of Excellence or may be independent R&D projects. The total funding available for all new awards is $6 million.

Additional information for industry, academia, and other interested parties is offered via funding opportunity DE-PS36-08GO98004P. Additional information for national laboratories is offered via funding opportunity DE-PS36-08GO98005P.

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