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Ceramatec Fuel Cell Group Awarded DOE Fund for Advancement of Hydrogen Fuel Technologies

Ceramatec Fuel Cell Group Awarded DOE Fund for Advancement of Hydrogen Fuel Technologies

Ceramatec, in partnership with the Palo Alto Research Center and Gaia Energy Research Institute, was awarded funding from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) towards the advancement of hydrogen fuel technologies. Ceramatec and team will improve the performance of the materials used in their high temperature water splitting stack technology through the development of a novel cell architecture that introduces macro-features to provide mechanical support of a thin electrolyte, and micro-features of the electrodes to lower polarization losses. The expected improvements will move the cost of producing and delivering hydrogen towards the DOE targets of less than $4 per gallon of gas equivalent (gge) by 2020, and $7/gge for early market access.

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Ceramatec Fuel Cell Group Awarded DOE Fund for Advancement of Hydrogen Fuel Technologies

Ceramatec, in partnership with the Palo Alto Research Center and Gaia Energy Research Institute, was awarded funding from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) towards the advancement of hydrogen fuel technologies.

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Federal grant awarded to Salt Lake City company to capture sun’s energy

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