The Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Interagency Action Plan guides collaborative federal agency efforts to research, develop, demonstrate, and deploy hydrogen and fuel cell technologies.

The Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Interagency Working Group is composed of federal agencies that collaborate and share information about hydrogen and fuel cells.

Participating agencies exchange information on research, development, and demonstration projects. They also collaborate on activities to foster safe, cost-effective, and environmentally beneficial hydrogen and fuel cell technologies.

This site also serves as a portal to participating agency activities. Find details on agency activities related to hydrogen and fuel cells by visiting participating agency websites.

For more information on upcoming events and news, visit the U.S. Department of Energy Fuel Cell Technologies Office website.

Announcements

DOE Releases Request for Information on Multi-Sector Uses of Hydrogen

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) issued a Request for Information soliciting stakeholder feedback on opportunities to enable high volume production and multi-sector use of hydrogen. Responses are due October 31, 2018.

DOE Seeks Feedback on Regulatory Barriers to Hydrogen Infrastructure

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) issued a Request for Information soliciting stakeholder feedback on priority research and development areas to reduce the regulatory barriers affecting the implementation of hydrogen technologies, and potential courses of action to reduce deployment time and cost. Responses are due August 10, 2018.

OECIF Issues FY19 Call for Proposals

The Operational Energy Capability Improvement Fund (OECIF) has issued an FY19 call for proposals. The OECIF funds energy innovation that improves the U.S. Department of Defense’s (DoD’s) operational effectiveness via targeted investments aligned with DoD’s Operational Energy Strategy. In FY19 the OECIF theme is “enhancing energy storage to improve lethality and warfighting performance,” which refers to increasing the military capabilities energy provides our forces and/or reducing the burdens and risks created by the need to sustain our forces with energy. View the call for proposals on the Correspondence and Task Management System (CATMS). If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Clinton McAdams, 508-233-6933, clinton.b.mcadams.civ@mail.mil, or RuthAnne Darling, 571-256-0795, ruthanne.s.darling.civ@mail.mil.