The Hydrogen with Carbon Management Program invests in research, development, and demonstration to evaluate carbon-based hydrogen as a fuel, including as a cost-competitive decarbonized alternative to traditional fossil fuels. The program also has a research and development portfolio, including a new generation of carbon neutral or net-negative greenhouse gas emissions technologies, such as gasification of wastes, reversible solid oxide fuel cells, and enabling technologies in hydrogen turbines, advanced materials, and sensors and controls that support this goal. Hydrogen from fossil sources, wastes and sustainable biomass, coupled with carbon capture, utilization, and storage, is currently the most economical means of generating clean hydrogen. The Division’s efforts are an integral part of the recently launched Department of Energy's Hydrogen Energy Earth Shot Initiative, supporting the achievement of clean hydrogen costs of $1/kg within one decade (1-1-1) while maintaining and expanding employment of the U.S. energy workforce.