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Release Date: 05-21-2019Open Date: 05-21-2019Due Date: 07-26-2019Close Date: 07-26-2019
The United States currently produces about 10 million tons of hydrogen per year, primarily for use at petroleum refineries and for the production of ammonia and methanol. Today, nearly all of hydrogen produced in the US is derived from natural gas via steam methane reforming, a process which converts natural gas and water into hydrogen and carbon dioxide. Steam methane reforming, which is done alm ...SBIRSTTR Department of EnergyARPA-E
Release Date: 04-05-2019Open Date: 04-05-2019Due Date: 08-26-2019Close Date: 08-26-2019
DESIGN INTELLIGENCE FOSTERING FORMIDABLE ENERGY REDUCTION AND ENABLING NOVEL TOTALLY IMPACTFUL ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY ENHANCEMENTS (DIFFERENTIATE). The DIFFERENTIATE program seeks to enhance the pace of energy innovation by incorporating machine learning into energy technology development processes. By doing so, this program aims to enhance the productivity of energy engineers in helping them to dev ...SBIRSTTR Department of EnergyARPA-E