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2019 Annual Progress Report

Hydrogen Fuel R&D

This section of the 2019 Annual Progress Report for the DOE Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Program focuses on hydrogen fuel research and development (R&D).

Hydrogen Fuel R&D Subprogram Overview, U.S. Department of Energy

Hydrogen Production Analysis

  1. Analysis of Advanced Hydrogen Production Pathways, Brian James, Strategic Analysis, Inc.

Electrolysis Production

  1. High-Temperature Alkaline Water Electrolysis, Hui Xu, Giner, Inc.
  2. HydroGEN Seedling: Proton-Conducting Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cells for Large-Scale Hydrogen Production at Intermediate Temperatures, Prabhakar Singh, University of Connecticut
  3. HydroGEN Seedling: Degradation Characterization and Modeling of a New Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cell Utilizing Accelerated Life Testing, Scott Barnett, Northwestern University
  4. HydroGEN Seedling: Thin-Film, Metal-Supported, High-Performance, and Durable Proton-Solid Oxide Electrolyzer Cell, Tianli Zhu, United Technologies Research Center
  5. HydroGEN Seedling: High-Efficiency Proton Exchange Membrane Water Electrolysis Enabled by Advanced Catalysts, Membranes, and Processes, Kathy Ayers, Proton OnSite
  6. HydroGEN Seedling: Developing Novel Platinum-Group-Metal-Free Catalysts for Alkaline Hydrogen and Oxygen Evolution Reactions, Sanjeev Mukerjee, Northeastern University
  7. HydroGEN Seedling: Platinum-Group-Metal-Free Oxygen Evolution Reaction Catalysts for Proton Exchange Membrane Electrolyzers, Di-Jia Liu, Argonne National Laboratory
  8. HydroGEN Seedling: High-Performance Ultralow-Cost Non-Precious-Metal Catalyst System for Anion Exchange Membrane Electrolyzer, Hoon Chung, Los Alamos National Laboratory
  9. HydroGEN Seedling: Scalable Elastomeric Membranes for Alkaline Water Electrolysis, Yu Seung Kim, Los Alamos National Laboratory
  10. HydroGEN Seedling: Intermediate Temperature Proton-Conducting Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cells with Improved Performance and Delivery, Xingbo Liu, West Virginia University
  11. HydroGEN Seedling: HydroGEN Seedling: Development of Durable Materials for Cost Effective Advanced Water Splitting Utilizing All Ceramic Solid Oxide Electrolyzer Stack Technology , John Pietras, Saint-Gobain
  12. Proton-Conducting Ceramic Electrolyzers for High-Temperature Water Splitting, Hossein Ghezel-Ayagh, FuelCell Energy, Inc.
  13. Industrially Scalable Waste CO2 Reduction to Useful Chemicals and Fuels, Todd Deutsch, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Biological Production

  1. Novel Hybrid Microbial Electrochemical System for Efficient Hydrogen Generation from Biomass, Hong Liu, Oregon State University
  2. BioHydrogen (BioH2) Consortium to Advance Fermentative Hydrogen Production, Pin-Ching Maness, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

HydroGEN Consortium Overview

  1. HydroGEN Overview: A Consortium on Advanced Water-Splitting Materials, Huyen Dinh, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  2. HydroGEN: Benchmarking Advanced Water Splitting Technologies: Best Practices in Materials Characterization, Kathy Ayers, Proton OnSite

Photoelectrochemical Production

  1. HydroGEN Seedling: Best-in-Class Platinum-Group-Metal-Free Catalyst Integrated Tandem Junction Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting Devices, Charles Dismukes, Rutgers University
  2. HydroGEN Seedling: Protective Catalyst Systems on III-V and Si-Based Semiconductors for Efficient, Durable Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting Devices, Thomas Jaramillo, Stanford University
  3. HydroGEN Seedling: Novel Chalcopyrites For Advanced Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting, Nicolas Gaillard, University of Hawaii
  4. HydroGEN Seedling: Monolithically Integrated Thin-Film/Silicon Tandem Photoelectrodes for High-Efficiency and Stable Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting, Zetian Mi, University of Michigan

High-Temperature Thermochemical Production

  1. HydroGEN Seedling: Accelerated Discovery of Solar Thermochemical Hydrogen Production Materials via High-Throughput Computational and Experimental Methods, Ryan O'Hayre, Colorado School of Mines
  2. HydroGEN Seedling: Computationally Accelerated Discovery and Experimental Demonstration of High-Performance Materials for Advanced Solar Thermochemical Hydrogen Production, Charles Musgrave, University of Colorado Boulder
  3. HydroGEN Seedling: Transformative Materials for High-Efficiency Thermochemical Production of Solar Fuels, Chris Wolverton, Northwestern University
  4. HydroGEN Seedling: Mixed Ionic Electronic Conducting Quaternary Perovskites: Materials by Design for Solar Thermochemical Hydrogen, Ellen Stechel, Arizona State University

Testing and Analysis — Storage

  1. System Analysis of Physical and Materials-Based Hydrogen Storage, Rajesh Ahluwalia, Argonne National Laboratory
  2. Hydrogen Storage Cost Analysis, Cassidy Houchins, Strategic Analysis, Inc.

Systems Engineering — Storage

  1. Hydrogen Storage System Modeling: Public Access, Maintenance, and Enhancements, Matt Thornton, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Advanced Materials — Storage

  1. HyMARC: A Consortium for Advancing Hydrogen Storage Materials, Thomas Gennett, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and Mark Allendorf, Sandia National Laboratories
  2. HyMARC Seedling: Electrolyte-Assisted Hydrogen Storage Reactions, Dan Addison, Liox Power
  3. HyMARC Seedling: Development of Magnesium Boride Etherates as Hydrogen Storage Materials, Godwin Severa, University of Hawaii
  4. HyMARC Seedling: Atomic Layer Deposition Synthesis of Novel Nanostructured Metal Borohydrides, Steven Christensen, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  5. HyMARC Seedling: Optimized Hydrogen Adsorbents via Machine Learning and Crystal Engineering, Donald Siegel, University of Michigan

Advanced Tanks — Storage

  1. Precursor Processing Development for Low-Cost, High-Strength Carbon Fiber for Composite Overwrapped Pressure Vessel Applications, Matthew Weisenberger, University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research
  2. Developing a New Polyolefin Precursor for Low-Cost, High-Strength Carbon Fiber, Mike Chung, Pennsylvania State University
  3. Novel Plasticized Melt-Spinning Process of Polyacrylonitrile Fibers Based on Task-Specific Ionic Liquids, Sheng Dai, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  4. Materials Challenges for Cryogenic Hydrogen Storage Technologies, Kevin Simmons, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
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