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2005 Annual Merit Review Proceedings

The US Department of Energy Hydrogen Program held its 2005 Annual Merit Review May 23-26, 2005, in Arlington, Virginia. Principal investigators presented their project status and results in these presentations and posters.

Plenary Session Presentations

Hydrogen Production and Delivery

Presentations

A. Distributed Production Technologies
B. DOE Fossil Energy
C. Separations
D. Biomass Reforming
E. Biological Production
F. Photoelectrochemical Production
G. Electrolysis
H. DOE Nuclear Energy
I. Hi-Temp Thermochemical
J. Hydrogen Delivery

Posters

A. Distributed Production Technologies
B. DOE Fossil Energy
C. Separations
D. Biomass Reforming
E. Biological Production
F. Photoelectrochemical Production
G. Electrolysis
H. DOE Nuclear Energy
I. Hi-Temp Thermochemical
J. Hydrogen Delivery
K. Cross-Cutting

Hydrogen Storage

Presentations

A. Compressed/Liquid H2 Tanks
B. Chemical Hydrides
C. Metal Hydrides
D. Testing and Analysis
E. New Materials and Concepts

Posters

A. Compressed/Liquid H2 Tanks
B. Chemical Hydrides
C. Metal Hydrides
D. Carbon Materials
E. New Materials and Concepts

Fuel Cells

Presentations

A. MEAs and Catalysts
B. Membranes and MEAs
C. Catalysts
D. Bipolar Plates
E. Platinum Recycling
F. Fuel Processing
G. Stationary Power Systems
H. Transportation Systems and Balance of Plant Components
I. Fuel Cell Characterization
J. DMFC and SOFC
K. Cold Operation

Posters

A. Membranes and MEAs
B. Catalysts
C. Bipolar Plates
D. Fuel Processing
E. Stationary Power Systems
F. Transportation Systems and Balance of Plant Components
G. Fuel Cell Characterization
H. DMFC and SOFC

Technology Validation

Presentations

A. Power Parks Analysis
B. System Analysis
C. Refueling Technology Development and Demonstration
D. Vehicle Demonstrations

Posters

A. Power Parks Analysis
B. Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Demonstration/Analysis
C. System Analysis
D. Refueling Technology Development and Demonstration
E. Vehicle Demonstrations

Systems Analysis

Presentations

Posters

Safety, Codes, and Standards

Presentations

Posters

Education

Presentations

Posters