The Department of energy on October 5 announced new funding, the most promising technology paths in direction to the gasoline equivalent reach of hydrogen as a fuel of the $2 - to $4 per gallon by 2020 to evaluate. The financing help the Department broader give efforts to drivers and businesses more opportunities and to reduce U.S. dependence on foreign oil.
To help achieving this aggressive target by 2020, the selected projects will determine through this program cost-efficient materials and processes generates hydrogen from renewables and natural gas. Researchers in these projects will manufacture and supply of technologies, analyze also, to identify the main challenges and priorities; You are to assess further progress and hydrogen costs. This effort will include annual analyses of the key technical challenges with the Department of energy hydrogen analysis models (H2A) in addition to other industry tools. The Department of energy progress warning message displayed.
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