Clean Hydrogen Electrolysis Program
Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy (EERE)
To establish an R&D, demonstration, commercialization, and deployment program to improve the efficiency, increase the durability, and reduce the cost of producing clean hydrogen using electrolyzers.
Applicant and/or Project Eligibility Requirements
There are 3 main topics for this program: Topic 1: Low Cost, High-Throughput Electrolyzer Manufacturing, Topic 2: Electrolyzer Component and Supply Chain Development, Topic 3: Advanced Electrolyzer Technology and Component Development.
Hydrogen is a potential substitute for carbon-based fuels. Developing clean, effective electrolysis methods are critical for production. Municipalities and local leaders can partner to create regional hydrogen clusters, working in tandem with grant-eligible private entities.
See the "Equity Design Considerations for Federal Funding" for general considerations and additional sector-based resources: https://cityrenewables.org/resources/equity-design-considerations-for-federal-funding/
Recipients must apply with an industrial partner.
$1,000,000,000 in funding available until expended.