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News Archives - 2009

January

Annual Progress Report Highlights Hydrogen Program Activities
DOE Releases a Request for Information: New Centers of Excellence for R&D of Hydrogen-Storage Materials
DOE Reports to Congress on Fuel Cell School Buses and Hydrogen Fuel Cell Activities, Progress, and Plans

February

DOE Issues a Request for Information: Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Market Transformation
DOE Announces the 2009 Annual Merit Review and Peer Evaluation Meeting

March

DOE Releases a Hydrogen Sensor Funding Opportunity Announcement
DOE Offers $2.4 Billion to Support Next-Generation Electric Vehicles

April

Secretary Chu Announces $41.9 Million to Spur Growth of Fuel Cell Markets
DOE Extends Closing Date of Hydrogen Sensor Funding Opportunity Announcement

May

Hydrogen Program and Vehicle Technologies Program Annual Merit Review and Peer Evaluation Meeting, May 18-22, 2009
DOE Issues a Request for Information: Targets for Combined Heat and Power and Auxiliary Power Unit Fuel Cell Applications

June

Secretary Chu Announces $256 Million Investment to Improve the Energy Efficiency of the American Economy
Annual Merit Review Attendance Exceeds 1,500

July

Treasury, Energy Departments Announce More than $3 Billion in Recovery Act Funds for Renewable Energy Projects

August

DOE Announces More Than $2 Billion in Tax Credits for Manufacturers
DOE Announces Fuel Cell Job Opening for Interdisciplinary Chemist or Chemical/Environmental Engineer

September

H-Prize Competition Notice Issued for Breakthrough Advances in Materials for Hydrogen Storage

October

DOE Issues a Request for Information: Requirements for Fuel Storage Subsystems for Early Market Fuel Cell Applications

November

ERDC-CERL Issues Broad Agency Announcement for PEM Fuel Cell Backup Power
DOE Releases Preliminary Fuel Cell Cost and Technical Targets for Combined Heat and Power and Auxiliary Power
DOE Releases Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Commercialization Report

December

DOE Hydrogen Program Announces Fuel Cell Power Model for Financial Analysis
U.S. Navy Announces Upcoming Request for Proposal for On Board Hydrogen Storage and Power Systems
Comments Requested on Hydrogen Storage Characterization Best Practices Update
DOE Extends Request for Information Deadline: Requirements for Fuel Storage Subsystems for Early Market Fuel Cell Applications


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Content Last Updated: 07/16/2009