The Hydrogen with Carbon Management Program invests in research, development, and demonstration to evaluate carbon-based clean hydrogen (i.e., coupled to carbon capture and storage) as a fuel and support development of technologies to use clean hydrogen from any source. The Division’s efforts are an integral part of the Department of Energy's recently launched Hydrogen Shot, with a goal of clean hydrogen costs of $1/kg within one decade (1-1-1) while expanding employment of the U.S. energy workforce. Seeking a cost-competitive decarbonized alternative to traditional fossil fuels, the program has a research and development portfolio consisting of a new generation of carbon neutral or net-negative greenhouse gas emissions technologies. Gasification, reversible solid oxide fuel cells, technologies in hydrogen turbines, and advanced materials, sensors and controls all support this goal.