Energy Department Launches $2.6M ‘Hydrogen Shot’ Incubator Prize

Hydrogen tubing in a car engine
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The U.S. Energy Department has launched its $2.6 million Hydrogen Shot Incubator Prize, a program that is aimed at finding technologies to reduce the cost of producing clean hydrogen to $1/kg within a decade. Lowering the cost of producing hydrogen from about $5/kg is the goal of the department’s...

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