DOE Research Issues $30M Funding Round for Electrochemical Power Generation Tech

The Energy Department’s research arm will award up to $30 million in funds to teams of scientists and engineers to develop new electrochemical technologies for power generation.

Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy wants the teams to focus on developing intermediate-temperature fuel cells in order to help with grid stability and security and reduce carbon dioxide emissions, DOE said Monday.

ARPA-E’s Reliable Electricity Based on ELectrochemical Systems program also calls on participants to help address the challenge of developing a distributed power generation system that is less vulnerable to disruptions that occur during and after natural disasters, the department says.

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