Public and private partners are active in the development of hydrogen fuel cell technology and facilitate its use in a sustainable environment. Below are some of the decision-makers active in research, policy-making and technology deployment.
U.S. Department of Energy
Provides data and tools about alternative and renewable fuels and emerging technologies for transportation decision-makers.
Advances hydrogen and fuel cells for transportation and other applications.
Shares information about hydrogen and fuel cell research, development and demonstration projects.
Advocates for the transition to renewable energy and energy-efficiency technologies through research, development, commercialization and deployment.
Provides fuel cell vehicle fueling and component testing for hydrogen storage, compression and dispensing.
Processes and analyzes data for hydrogen and fuel cell applications.
Promotes research and testing of efficient and sustainable transportation technologies, including alternative fuels.
Provides fuel cell characterization and evaluation in support of this technology.
Develops and deploys emerging hydrogen fuel cell technologies.
Advances affordable transportation fuels and energy-efficient technologies in local communities.
Aligns resources and expertise that support implementation of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, signed into law in November 2021 and described as “the largest long-term investment in our infrastructure and economy in our Nation’s history.”
Facilitates learning among state energy officials, serves as a resource for and about State Energy Offices, and informs Congress and federal agencies about State Energy Offices' interests. Resources related to hydrogen fuel cell technology include:
Develops programs and initiatives in response to climate change, including hydrogen fuel cell activities.
Supports environmentally sustainable transportation through research, policy engagement and education.
Addresses regional transportation challenges in Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas.
Works extensively on emissions reduction research, including fuel technologies.
Informs industry decision-makers and policymakers about legislation and regulations affecting the fuels and vehicles markets.
Facilitates the development and use of fuel cell technology and systems, builds alliances to address the challenges associated with the installation and integration of fuel cell systems, and educates stakeholders in the fuel cell community.
Uses innovative science and technology to benefit the government, industry and the public.
Supports the environmental and economic benefits of fuel cell and hydrogen energy technologies to regulators and policymakers.
Advocates for using hydrogen as a solution in the clean energy transition.
Promotes the commercial introduction and widespread adoption of hydrogen-fueled fuel cell electric vehicles across America, primarily by establishing hydrogen fueling infrastructure.
Supports the adoption of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles.
Federal agencies and state governments are collaborating to develop a domestic hydrogen economy. Funding provided by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will be used to develop regional clean hydrogen hub programs through the U.S. Department of Energy. The following regional partnerships have been created or are currently underway:
Fourteen potential locations are featured for co-locating carbon capture and hydrogen production in the United States.
Hydrogen suppliers and users can use this tool to identify opportunities to develop regional hydrogen hubs.