The U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE's) Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Program is a partnership among four DOE program offices: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Fossil Energy, Nuclear Energy, and Science. These DOE offices provide useful hydrogen-related financial opportunity information.
Other federal organizations, including the Department of Defense, also offer funding opportunities for hydrogen-related technologies. The Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Interagency Working Group website lists some of these related financial opportunities. In addition, federal and state financial incentives, such as tax credits and grants, can help minimize the cost of hydrogen and fuel cell projects.
Department of Energy Offices
Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
The EERE Financial Opportunities website publishes financial opportunities for various groups, including business, industry, and universities; consumers; federal energy managers; inventors; and states. This site also provides information about the funding and award process, types of financial assistance, and how to apply for assistance.
Office of Fossil Energy
Through the National Energy Technology Laboratory, DOE's Office of Fossil Energy maintains a list of solicitations and business opportunities through which it distributes procurement notices.
Office of Nuclear Energy
DOE's Office of Nuclear Energy provides a public information Web page for new announcements about financial opportunities and solicitations.
Office of Science
DOE's Office of Science maintains a list of grants and contracts. Small businesses may be interested in the Small Business Innovations Research (SBIR)/Technology Transfer (STTR) Programs, managed by DOE's Office of Science.