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2019 Annual Progress Report

Infrastructure and Systems R&D

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

Infrastructure and Systems R&D Overview, U.S. Department of Energy

Hydrogen Infrastructure R&D

  1. H-Mat Overview: Steels, Chris San Marchi, Sandia National Laboratories
  2. Hydrogen Compression Application of the Linear Motor Reciprocating Compressor, Eugene Broerman, Southwest Research Institute
  3. Magnetocaloric Hydrogen Liquefaction, Jamie Holladay, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  4. Electrochemical Compression, Monjid Hamdan, Giner ELX, Inc.
  5. Metal Hydride Compression, Terry Johnson, Sandia National Laboratories
  6. Dispenser Reliability, Michael Peters, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  7. Advancing Hydrogen Dispenser Technology by Using Innovative Intelligent Networks, Darryl Pollica, Ivys Energy Solutions
  8. Cryogenically Flexible, Low Permeability Hydrogen Delivery Hose, Jennifer Lalli, NanoSonic, Inc.
  9. Coatings for Compressor Seals, Chris Thompson, GVD Corporation
  10. Low-Cost Magnetocaloric Materials Discovery, Robin Ihnfeldt, General Engineering & Research, LLC

Technology Acceleration

  1. Membrane Electrode Assembly Manufacturing R&D, Michael Ulsh, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  2. In-Line Quality Control of Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Materials, Andrew Wagner, Mainstream Engineering
  3. Material-Process-Performance Relationships in Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Catalyst Inks and Coated Layers, Michael Ulsh, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  4. Maritime Fuel Cell Generator Project, Lennie Klebanoff, Sandia National Laboratories
  5. Fuel Cell Bus Evaluations, Leslie Eudy, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  6. Hydrogen Station Data Collection and Analysis, Genevieve Saur, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  7. Dynamic Modeling and Validation of Electrolyzers in Real-Time Grid Simulation, Rob Hovsapian, Idaho National Laboratory
  8. Fuel Cell Hybrid Electric Delivery Van, Jason Hanlin, Center for Transportation and the Environment
  9. Innovative Advanced Hydrogen Mobile Fueler, Sara Odom, Electricore
  10. High-Temperature Electrolysis Test Stand, James O'Brien, Idaho National Laboratory
  11. Modular Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cell System for Efficient Hydrogen Production at High Current Density, Hossein Ghezel-Ayagh, FuelCell Energy
  12. Optimal Stationary Fuel Cell Integration and Control (Energy Dispatch Controller), Genevieve Saur, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  13. Integrated Systems Modeling of the Interactions between Stationary Hydrogen, Vehicle, and Grid Resources, Max Wei, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  14. H2@Scale: Experimental Characterization of Durability of Advanced Electrolyzer Concepts in Dynamic Loading, Shaun Alia, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  15. Hydrogen Stations for Urban Sites, Brian Ehrhart, Sandia National Laboratories
  16. Analysis of Fuel Cells for Trucks, Ram Vijayagopal, Argonne National Laboratory
  17. Laser 3-D Printing of Highly Compacted Protonic Ceramic Electrolyzer Stack, Jianhua "Joshua" Tong, Clemson University
  18. Low-Cost, High-Performance Catalyst Coated Membranes for Proton Exchange Membrane Water Electrolyzers, Andrew Steinbach, 3M Company

Systems Analysis

  1. Cost Benefit Analysis of Technology Improvements in Medium- and Heavy-Duty Fuel Cell Vehicles, Aymeric Rousseau, Argonne National Laboratory
  2. Market Segmentation Analysis of Medium- and Heavy-Duty Trucks with a Fuel Cell Emphasis, Chad Hunter, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  3. Analysis of Cost Impacts of Integrating Advanced On-Board Storage Systems with Hydrogen Delivery, Amgad Elgowainy, Argonne National Laboratory
  4. H2@Scale Analysis, Mark Ruth, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  5. Hydrogen Demand Analysis for H2@Scale, Amgad Elgowainy, Argonne National Laboratory
  6. Energy Storage Analysis, Chad Hunter, National Renewable Energy Laboratory