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 US SolarJonathan Gillis Small Business Hydrogen Pilot Projects and Demonstrations  US Solar is a developer, owner, operator, and financier of solar and energy storage projects. We have experience at both the distribution and transmission levels. We are active in Minnesota, Illinois, Colorado, New York, Connecticut, Maine, Virginia, and New Mexico, and we are exploring opportunities through the Southeast and Midwest. We have significant experience in siting, permitting, leasing, and construction, as well as in project financing. We are looking for hydrogen industry partners that would be interested in collaborating on co-located renewable energy, battery storage, and hydrogen production pilots.
Website: https://www.us-solar.com/

Email: jon.gillis@us-solar.com

Phone: 7033001976

Address: 875 N Michigan Avenue, Floor 31, Chicago, IL, 60611, United States
IL
 Southwest Research InstituteAngel Wileman Non-Profit Hydrogen Delivery Topic 1 Hydrogen Carrier DevelopmentSwRI supports the development of hydrogen technologies, including fuel cells, fuel cell vehicles, flow components, storage, and gas turbines/compressors. SwRI also develops and scales up advanced materials and systems for clean energy generation and storage applications, including computational-experimental framework for high throughput materials design/selection and synthesis, processes for thin-film synthesis, small and large-scale gas sorption analyses, and full-scale demonstration of integrated system/device across multiple engineering platforms.

SwRI operates 2.3M square feet of laboratory space dedicated to advancing technology. Some of the capabilities related to hydrogen manufacturing, storage, and flow component investigation are below:

• Process development scale-up and pilot plants for hydrogen production technologies.
• Fuel cell benchmarking and development. Testing performed according to SAE J2579 - Standard for Fuel Systems in Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Vehicles.
• Facilities to safely handle hydrogen testing for large scale fuel cells (>300kW) and hydrogen impurity content and impact of stack, BOP, and storage.
• Ability to perform validation testing for hydrogen flow components at elevated temperatures and pressures: pressure cycle testing up to 150% MAWP, high-rep cycles, cryogenic testing, leak detection, flowing and static testing.
• Validation of metal and composite tanks. Performance testing for: bonfire, cyclic and burst pressure, vehicle drop and crash integrity, environmental exposure, and permeation.
• Hydrogen material characterization.
• 20,000 sq. ft. of laboratories dedicated to advanced instrumentation, chemical/material synthesis, and the simulation of environmental conditions for in situ measurement of chemical and degradative processes.
• SwRI’s Sorption Science Laboratory is dedicated to R&D in sorption science and catalysis of various classes of natural and synthetic materials.
• High-temperature solar receiver and heat exchanger development.
• Design, development, and evaluation at the system and component levels.
• Hydrogen compressor development and closed-loop 100 bar hydrogen compression test facility.
• Hydrogen combustion testing for gas turbines or burners including 3 MW air supply and precise temperature control with 1 MW heater.
• Refrigeration and cryogenic system and component development and testing.
• A 17,500-gallon liquid hydrogen storage tank installed on campus for gas supply purposes.
Website: https://www.swri.org/industry/advanced-power-systems/hydrogen-energy-research

Email: angel.wileman@swri.org

Phone: 210-522-2657

Address: 6220 Culebra Rd, San Antonio, TX, 78238, United States
TX
 Southwest Research InstituteAngel Wileman Non-Profit Hydrogen Delivery Topic 3 Liquid Hydrogen Transfer/Fuel Components and SystemsSwRI supports the development of hydrogen technologies, including fuel cells, fuel cell vehicles, flow components, storage, and gas turbines/compressors. SwRI also develops and scales up advanced materials and systems for clean energy generation and storage applications, including computational-experimental framework for high throughput materials design/selection and synthesis, processes for thin-film synthesis, small and large-scale gas sorption analyses, and full-scale demonstration of integrated system/device across multiple engineering platforms.

SwRI operates 2.3M square feet of laboratory space dedicated to advancing technology. Some of the capabilities related to hydrogen manufacturing, storage, and flow component investigation are below:

• Process development scale-up and pilot plants for hydrogen production technologies.
• Fuel cell benchmarking and development. Testing performed according to SAE J2579 - Standard for Fuel Systems in Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Vehicles.
• Facilities to safely handle hydrogen testing for large scale fuel cells (>300kW) and hydrogen impurity content and impact of stack, BOP, and storage.
• Ability to perform validation testing for hydrogen flow components at elevated temperatures and pressures: pressure cycle testing up to 150% MAWP, high-rep cycles, cryogenic testing, leak detection, flowing and static testing.
• Validation of metal and composite tanks. Performance testing for: bonfire, cyclic and burst pressure, vehicle drop and crash integrity, environmental exposure, and permeation.
• Hydrogen material characterization.
• 20,000 sq. ft. of laboratories dedicated to advanced instrumentation, chemical/material synthesis, and the simulation of environmental conditions for in situ measurement of chemical and degradative processes.
• SwRI’s Sorption Science Laboratory is dedicated to R&D in sorption science and catalysis of various classes of natural and synthetic materials.
• High-temperature solar receiver and heat exchanger development.
• Design, development, and evaluation at the system and component levels.
• Hydrogen compressor development and closed-loop 100 bar hydrogen compression test facility.
• Hydrogen combustion testing for gas turbines or burners including 3 MW air supply and precise temperature control with 1 MW heater.
• Refrigeration and cryogenic system and component development and testing.
• A 17,500-gallon liquid hydrogen storage tank installed on campus for gas supply purposes.
Website: https://www.swri.org/industry/advanced-power-systems/hydrogen-energy-research

Email: angel.wileman@swri.org

Phone: 210-522-2657

Address: 6220 Culebra Rd, San Antonio, TX, 78238, United States
TX
 Embedded AssessmentsDr. Matthew Champagne Individual Systems Analysis Success Metrics, Evaluation, Assessment & Testing, Surveys & Longitudinal studiesMetrics & Measurement, Evaluation, Assessment & Testing, Surveys & Longitudinal studies

Current independent evaluator for 2 Department of Energy initiatives:
1. H2EDGE - The Hydrogen Education for a Decarbonized Global Economy
2. Grid-Ready Energy Analytics Training (GREAT) with Data

Past external evaluator for 3 successful DOE initiatives:
3. GEARED - Grid Engineering for Accelerated Renewable Energy Deployment
4. STEP - Solar Training and Education for Professional
5. SITN - Solar Instructor Training Network

Served as Principal Investigator, Project Director or Evaluator on 19 additional grants of national impact awarded by the National Science Foundation, Department of Education, Sloan Foundation, Hewlett Foundation, and the U.S. Army Research Institute.

Author of 65 refereed papers, articles, book chapters and books on topics of evaluation, assessment, technology and surveys.
Website: https://grided.epri.com/H2EDGE.html

Email: Champagne@Feedback9.com

Phone: 770-744-3511

Address: 505 Lakeland PLZ, Ste 133, Cumming, GA, 30040, United States
GA
 Element 1 CorpDavid Edlund Small Business Hydrogen Production Methanol as a Hydrogen CarrierResponse to Notice of Intent No. DE-FOA-0002919
Notice of Intent to Issue Funding Opportunity Announcement No. DE-FOA-0002920

Area of Interest — Hydrogen Carrier Development

Methanol as a Hydrogen Carrier: On-Demand, Onsite, and Economical Production of High-Purity Hydrogen

Element 1 Corporation has developed a proprietary process and a family of products for economically converting a mixture of methanol and water into high-purity hydrogen at the point of use. The product hydrogen meets ISO 14687:2019 (Type I, Grade A, B, D, and E) purity standards for use in combustion engines, low-temperature fuel cells, and compression for dispensing onto fuel cell vehicles. Methanol-to-hydrogen generators have been deployed on heavy-duty vehicles, stationary fuel cell power generators, and is being deployed on working boats (tug/tow boats). Initial work is underway to support the hydrogen needs of aviation both on the ground-side (infrastructure) and onboard aircraft.

The methanol-to-hydrogen reforming technology can be deployed today for fixed electrical charging stations (grid-tied or grid-independent) and/or direct hydrogen production at point of use, without a requirement for connection to the electrical grid.

Methanol is a widely available and relatively inexpensive feedstock. Unlike hydrogen, methanol is easily and inexpensively transported via ship, rail, tanker truck, and drums similar to transportation of gasoline, diesel and jet fuels. Methanol is liquid under all environmental conditions and does not require expensive infrastructure, or high energy needs as with cryogenic liquefied hydrogen or compressed hydrogen at 5,000 to 10,000 psi (350 to 700 Bar). These factors make methanol an ideal hydrogen carrier to locally produce hydrogen safely, efficiently, and economically. This process represents a 30% to 75% reduction in the cost of hydrogen at the point of use versus liquefied or gaseous hydrogen, with significant savings in the cost of transportation.

Cost of hydrogen produced on demand from methanol at point of use is $5 to $7 USD/kg hydrogen vs. $15 to $18+ USD/kg hydrogen (as compressed hydrogen).

Methanol is the largest volume non-petroleum-based fuel commodity shipped globally. It has been traded internationally for over 50 years. Thanks to its broad range of industrial uses (thousands of everyday products use methanol including
Website: e1na.com

Email: dave@e1na.com

Phone: 541-678-0005

Address: 63050 Plateau Dr, Bend, OR, 97701, United States
OR
 NewlabElsa Givan Small Business Hydrogen Pilot Projects and Demonstrations  Newlab is a center of invention creating the conditions for world-changing ideas to become real-world solutions. Our mission is to mobilize people and capital to solve complex problems and accelerate the development, scale and adoption of critical technologies. To achieve this, we structure cross-sector collaboration atop purpose-built infrastructure to drive tangible projects. Our flagship location, an 84,000 square foot center for invention, opened in the Brooklyn Navy Yard in 2016 with the aim to catalyze an ecosystem of deep tech entrepreneurs and stimulate technology-led economic development. Our second location, a 250,000 square foot facility with custom shops and prototyping labs focused on mobility innovation, opened in January 2023 in the Michigan Central Innovation District.

Today, Newlab’s community of more than 800 entrepreneurs extends across our physical and digital platforms. Our business is organized across two integrated functions: Applied Innovation and Investment. Applied Innovation designs and executes pilots and demonstration projects that align industry partners, government entities and startups to validate technologies and de-risk models that address key innovation challenges. Newlab’s partners include Ford Motor Co., Verizon, Ørsted, BHP, the New York City Economic Development Corporation, NYCDOT, and the Uruguay Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mining. Our Investment arm makes direct investments.
Website: newlab.com

Email: elsa.givan@newlab.com

Phone: 9257055671

Address: 19 Morris Ave, Brooklyn, NY, 11205, United States
NY
 Emission Free Generators IncMark Collins Small Business Hydrogen Pilot Projects and Demonstrations Hydrogen ShotEFG has designed a portable hydrogen generator that produces hydrogen on demand, via a solid fuel cartridge, at point of need and converts via PEMFC into 110V AC/DC. The machinery can produce 1kg H2 every 40minutes.
We have knowledge in small scale H2 and conversion to usable power.
This small unit is ready for production and can be used safely by the end consumer as an indoor continuous power generator
Website: www.emissionfreegenerators.com

Email: mcollins@emissionfreegenerators.com

Phone: 4405037405

Address: 2093, Philadelphia Pike, Ste 2099, , ,, Claymont, DE, 19703, United States
DE
 Argonne National LaboratorySarah Stariha Federal Government Hydrogen Storage Materials ResearchMy section develops and tests materials for use in harsh environments. We are looking to apply advanced metallurgical, electrochemical, and corrosion testing expertise to develop materials for use in clean energy technologies such as hydrogen storage. We study materials performance in harsh environments including high temperatures, pressures, and highly corrosive and oxidative conditions.
Website: https://www.anl.gov/cfc/pyroprocess-and-waste-form-development

Email: sstariha@anl.gov

Phone: 630-252-6497

Address: 9700 S, Cass Ave, Lemont, IL, 60439, United States
IL
 American Bureau of Shipping (ABS)Kirk Waltz Non-Profit Hydrogen Pilot Projects and Demonstrations Topic 2 Onboard Storage Systems for Liquid HydrogenABS is a not-for-profit marine classification, standards and research organization with a mission to serve the public interest by promoting the security of life and property and preserving the natural environment. ABS is a unique resource for individual port authorities, state/local agencies and coalitions of public/private partners pursuing decarbonization and sustainability initiatives in the maritime domain, providing the knowledge, tools and processes to help define and achieve sustainable operations. With Sustainability Centers of Excellence in Houston, Copenhagen, Athens, Singapore and Shanghai and a presence in local operations in nearly all major global ports and waterways, ABS is strategically positioned to support initiatives with world-class expertise and local/regional engagement.
Website: https://ww2.eagle.org/en.html

Email: kwaltz@eagle.org

Phone: 8329483125

Address: 1701 City Plaza Drive, Spring, TX, 77389, United States
TX
 American Bureau of Shipping (ABS)Kirk Waltz Non-Profit Hydrogen Pilot Projects and Demonstrations Topic 3 Liquid Hydrogen Transfer/Fuel Components and SystemsABS is a not-for-profit marine classification, standards and research organization with a mission to serve the public interest by promoting the security of life and property and preserving the natural environment. ABS is a unique resource for individual port authorities, state/local agencies and coalitions of public/private partners pursuing decarbonization and sustainability initiatives in the maritime domain, providing the knowledge, tools and processes to help define and achieve sustainable operations. With Sustainability Centers of Excellence in Houston, Copenhagen, Athens, Singapore and Shanghai and a presence in local operations in nearly all major global ports and waterways, ABS is strategically positioned to support initiatives with world-class expertise and local/regional engagement.
Website: https://ww2.eagle.org/en.html

Email: kwaltz@eagle.org

Phone: 8329483125

Address: 1701 City Plaza Drive, Spring, TX, 77389, United States
TX
 AMOGYJanna Chernetz Small Business Hydrogen Production  Area of Technical Expertise: H2Carrier Tech: Provide the technology needed for a power system to utilize ammonia as a zero emissions fuel source for heavy duty transportation, maritime shipping, and stationary power.
Brief Description of Capabilities: Amogy is an ammonia energy company developing the technology to use liquid ammonia as a zero-emission fuel to decarbonize maritime shipping, heavy-duty & industrial transportation, and stationary power. Amogy's solution is a miniaturized & modular power system that is up to 5x more energy dense than batteries and up to 2.5x more energy dense than hydrogen systems. Amogy’s unique technology cracks ammonia in situ, and the hydrogen formed from the reaction can be distributed to end users or can generate power through an integrated fuel cell with no intermediate hydrogen handling or storage – thus solving the biggest problem with hydrogen. This enables Amogy's technology to be compact, efficient, and scalable. With the support from Amazon, among other investors, Amogy demonstrated its first proof of concept in July 2021 with the first-ever ammonia-powered zero-emissions 5kW drone and subsequently a 100kW retrofitted John Deere tractor in May 2022 and 300 kW in a class 8 truck in Jan 2023. Amogy plans to demonstrate its technology at 1 MW for a marine vessel demonstration in 2023. These demonstrations will lead to the commercialization of Amogy technology starting in 2024 as a solution to meet global and national fuel decarbonization goals.
Website: amogy.co

Email: janna.chernetz@amogy.co

Phone: 929-585-4779

Address: 19 Morris Ave, Brooklyn, NY, 11205, United States
NY
 Thornton TomasettiEmily Kunkel Large Business Safety Codes and Standards Hydrogen Safety EngineeringThornton Tomasetti is a third-party, technology-agnostic, engineering firm that specializes in safety design, especially in major hazard scenarios such as where fire or explosions may be present. The TT Applied Sciences practice uses physics-based computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and finite element analysis (FEA) to model the potential for and consequence of hydrogen explosions from hydrogen fuel cells, storage, transportation, etc. and use the information to aid in developing mitigation measures such as passive and active fire and blast protection design. Integrating safety from the start of a project is cost-effective compared to the cost of redesign later to adequately mitigate those hazards. We understand the physics and consequences of hydrogen is vastly different to natural gas and hydrocarbon fluids and have applied this understanding on projects including hydrogen explosion potential in turbine enclosures, underground hydrogen storage for refueling stations, hydrogen vehicle testing facilities, hydrogen production and propagation through nuclear waste storage, fuel cell fires, hydrogen effects on material selection, and more. Our team applies innovative techniques in modeling and simulation, testing and R&D to our risk management, design and engineering work, enabling us to deliver solutions that are safer and more cost-effective and reduce risks to personnel, assets and the environment.
Website: https://www.thorntontomasetti.com/resource/hydrogen-explosion-events-and-comparison-methane

Email: ekunkel@thorntontomasetti.com

Phone: 3125962072

Address: 330 N. Wabash Ave, Suite 1500, Chicago, IL, 60611, United States
IL
 MemPro USA Ltd.John Finley Small Business Hydrogen Production  MemPro USA Ltd. is commercializing (1) a breakthrough electrocatalyst to dramatically increase the efficiency of electrolytic hydrogen production and (2) perfecting the integration of catalysts with proprietary nanofiber manufacturing (patented) to replace MEAs with fiber-integrated assemblies (FIAs). An early application showed reduction of catalytic materials up to 20x.
In our first commercial application, global suppliers to the electrolyzer and fuel cell industry are helping us develop a unique, fiber-supported electrocatalyst that will lower the cost of splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen, while extending the supply of iridium. We are also working to increase nanofiber production capacity with new technology. Nanofibers stabilize catalyst performance and create more current density.
Website: www.mempro.com

Email: finley@mempro.com

Phone: (303) 204-5375

Address: 800 Copper Road, Frisco, CO, 80443, United States
CO
 OxiCool Development CenterGary Ezekian Small Business Manufacturing  The OxiCool Development Center is a new approach to building out and scaling up solutions in the ClimateTech & HardTech space. Leveraging our modern facility in the greater Philadelphia area with the latest in fabrication equipment and an experienced team of engineers & technicians, OxiCool engages in flexible partnerships with early-stage startups and lab researchers to collaboratively mature their technologies. Our team is well suited to work closely with domain specialists and support the TRL4 to TRL7 maturation sweet spot. We are open to a spectrum of creative arrangements that take advantage of our capabilities and infrastructure, including joint grant applications, licensing, work for equity, and build to print work packages.
Website: https://oxicool.com/pdfs/OxiCool_Dev.pdf

Email: gary@oxicool.com

Phone: 2154622665

Address: 508 Lapp Road, Malvern, PA, 19355, United States
PA
 Via Science, Inc. (VIA)Colin Gounden Small Business Systems Analysis Topic Area 1Summary: Via Science, Inc. (“VIA”) is a small business with a mission to make communities cleaner, safer, and more equitable through Web3 and blockchain-controlled data privacy.

Background

Mission: Make communities cleaner, safer, and more equitable

Team:
45 FTEs
Members of the VIA leadership team have worked together for 5 to 25 years with two successful exits
Large percentage of PhDs and graduates from Harvard, MIT, and other top universities

Web3 Technology:
10 issued patents related to data privacy and federated data analysis
Cybersecurity accreditation to TOP SECRET level with U.S. DoD
Scale testing with a major U.S. intelligence agency

Interest

Collective good from collective action
National Security: Humanitarian aid and secure logistics through integration of building, electric vehicle, and workflow data across multiple secure systems
Improved Health: Reduced respiratory illnesses due to increased adoption of clean energy in neighborhoods through real-time verification of energy demand at building and tenant level, and fuel source verification for electric vehicles
Community-Led Resilience: Increased grid flexibility of clean energy in neighborhoods through real-time incentives to balance renewable supply, and V2B and V2G charging

Capabilities

Web3 technologies to verify, integrate, analyze private data:
Verify: Real-time and anonymous verification of valuable data (e.g., clean energy)
Integrate: Connect data sources currently decentralized, and / or inaccessible due to privacy
Analyze: Enable experts and third parties to analyze and act on data securely and confidently

Differentiation: Cybersecurity, Cost, Real-Time, Anonymity, Flexibility
Cybersecurity: The only blockchain and Web3 platform with a U.S. Department of Defense TOP SECRET level accreditation, ideal for critical infrastructure (i.e., energy) customers
Cost: Web3 tech stack enables cost-effective coordination of volumes of decentralized assets
Real-Time: Zero-knowledge proofs (ZKPs) provide real-time verification of energy to enable real-time compensation
Anonymity: ZKPs provide anonymous verification of energy consumption / generation
Flexibility: Smart contracts enable programmable flexibility of timing, thresholds, and incentives for energy
Website: https://www.solvewithvia.com/

Email: cgounden@solvewithvia.com

Phone: 617-431-8398

Address: 49R Day Street, Somerville, MA, 02144, United States
MA
 ConstelliumMaria Tzedaki Large Business Hydrogen Storage Hydrogen storage tank solutionsConstellium has extensive knowledge in providing aluminum alloys into the aerospace industry for the fabrication of LOX and LH2 in space shuttles. Cost effective and light weight solutions will be key parameters in the design of LH2 tanks for the transportation industry.
We seek a partnership to develop and evaluate aluminum alloys that:
- can withstand the pressure required for liquid hydrogen transportation and
- demonstrate higher durability in corrosion resistance against hydrogen embrittlement
Website: www.constellium.com

Email: maria.tzedaki@constellium.com

Phone: 16507015332

Address: 859 Century Rd, Ravenswood, WV, 26164, United States
WV
 Fraunhofer USA Center for Manufacturing Innovation CMIDr. Andre Sharon Non-Profit Manufacturing  The Fraunhofer USA Center for Manufacturing Innovation CMI is an established performer of applied R&D contracts for industry and government, with expertise in in developing and deploying custom turnkey industrial automation solutions for a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, materials, consumer products, construction, photonics, energy and biotechnology. Founded in 1995 and based on the Boston University campus, CMI has a worked with several government agencies, including: DOE, DoD, Massachusetts DOER, NSF and NYSERDA, as well as numerous companies including startups all the way to the largest multi-nationals. Examples industrial projects include a fully automated factory for plant-based pharmaceuticals production, a specialty rolling mill to produce bulk metallic glass substrates, metrology equipment for the production of fuel cells, and a laser-based gantry robotic system that images and modifies glass façades on high-rise buildings.

Area of Technical Expertise include:
1. High-speed manufacturing techniques for processes such as forming, stamping, molding, sealing, joining, coating, and roll-to-roll processing
2. Best practices for material and component handling
3. Additive and automated manufacturing/assembly processes
4. Technologies for in-line diagnostics and quality control/quality assurance
5. Sensors and other technologies to reduce manufacturing defects in high-throughput production
6. Mechanical design
7. Product development
8. Hardware and software prototyping and testing
9. Industrial automation
10. Design for manufacture (DFM)
11. Distributed energy resources (DER) integration and value stacking
12. Field testing, monitoring, and evaluation
13. Flexible building load modeling and prediction
14. Multi-objective control optimization
Website: https://www.cmi.fraunhofer.org/en/services/custom-automation-systems.html

Email: asharon@fraunhofer.org

Phone: 617 353-8776

Address: 15 Saint Mary's Street, Brookline, MA, 02446, United States
MA
 East Energy Fuels. LLCRich Deming Small Business Hydrogen Production Electrolysis of green hydrogenEast Energy is a developer, builder, and operator of ag waste biomass power plants with 12-16 MW capability. It has deployed $110M and has three sites with access to unlimited reclaimed water from nearby WWTPs and >2MW of power that it is unable to export to the grid.

It seeks technology and university partners to use electrolysis production of green hydrogen, and is interested in multiple approaches for production, storage and distribution of the H2.

East has ample experience and connections for the Finance, Legal and Execution side of projects, but seeks a teaming partner for the technical, design and marketing/revenue portions of green hydrogen.
Website: eastenergyrenewables.com

Email: elizabeth@eastenergyllc.com

Phone: 2525333300

Address: 3697 N Main St, Farmville, NC, 27828, United States
NC
 ZeroAvia Federal, Inc.Ryan Noe Small Business Fuel Cells  ZeroAvia Federal, Inc. is a small business focused on the critical fuel cell and powertrain technology developments required for the hydrogen economy. Utilizing the resources of our parent company, ZeroAvia, Inc., ZeroAvia Federal is poised to commercialize advances in fuel cell technologies (i.e., high temperature PEM, bipolar plate protective coatings, etc.) as well as powertrain components such as electric propulsion and power distribution with the several associated advancements.

Our interest is to work as a partner or prime to develop and commercialize fuel cell technologies.
Website: https://www.zeroavia.com/

Email: ryan.noe@zeroavia.com

Phone: 2563031026

Address: 90 Skylane Dr. Hangar 1, Hollister, CA, 95023, United States
CA
 AvCarb LLCEdward Hogan Small Business Hydrogen Production  Unique, high performance carbon materials for high pressure PEM Electrolyzer Cathodes. Interested in teaming with companies or organizations that have the capability and interest to test materials in MW scale architecture.
Website: www.avcarb.com

Email: edward.hogan@avcarb.com

Phone: (978)452-8961

Address: Two Industrial Way, Lowell, MA, 01851-5199, United States
MA
 Hawaii Natural Energy Institute, University of HawaiiDr. Tatyana Reshetenko Academic Fuel Cells M2FCT: High Performing, Durable MEAs with innovative Low–Platinum Group Metal (PGM) Catalysts for Medium- and Heavy-duty ApplicationsArea of Technical Expertise:
1) PEM fuel cell testing, evaluation, protocol development and ASTs
2) Contaminant mechanisms and tolerance prediction for PEMFC operation in realistic conditions
3) UAV/UUV fuel cell systems to address Navy needs
4) Development and application of advanced in-situ diagnostics, e.g. segmented cell, multi-channel impedance, in-situ gas analysis, hardware-in-loop, mass transport parameter extraction
5) Catalysts preparation/synthesis and characterization

Brief Description of Capabilities:
• 6 test stations available for evaluation of single cells (5-100 cm2) and short/small stacks (up to 2kW)
• Wide-array of in-situ, ex-situ diagnostic and characterization equipment (potentiostats, FRA, GCMS, etc)
• Equipment and techniques for catalyst synthesis
• Production lab scale membrane, electrode, CCM and MEA

Hawaii Natural Energy Institute re-establish Fuel Cell Systems Laboratory on UH campus and is looking for new partnership on fuel cell research and development.
Website: https://www.hnei.hawaii.edu/

Email: tatyanar@hawaii.edu

Phone: (808) 956-0878

Address: 1680 East West Road, POST 109, Honolulu, HI, 96822, United States
HI
 Tesserol IncDallon Penney Small Business Hydrogen Storage  Tesserol Inc is a UC Santa Barbara-based clean energy startup focused on lowering the barrier for clean hydrogen adoption in the mobile power market with particular focus on unmanned aerial vehicles. We are developing a hydrogen generation system which is fueled by metal borohydrides, water, and carboxylic acids. Our technology is being developed to help overcome the logistical and safety barriers associated with pressurized hydrogen gas by offering a technology which operates at low pressure (5-15 PSI) and which has redundant safety features which reduces the risk of uncontrolled reactions from occurring. Our technology uses no flammable substances for fuel, can store the same mass of hydrogen in a smaller volume compared to pressurized hydrogen, can stop and start hydrogen production on demand without needing to be refueled, and can be refueled in seconds with swappable reaction chambers and fuel cartridges. Our technology is at the TRL4 stage and we are in the process of fabricating a field-testable prototype.

Our CEO, Dallon Penney is a Doctoral Candidate in Chemistry at UC Santa Barbara who has years of experience in energy conversion materials and microscopy. We are interested in funding opportunities from EERE to help in the development of our technology towards commercialization and field implementation. We are also seeking development partners who are in need of a compact hydrogen storage system for their mobile power application. Our lab is located in the California Nanosystems Institute at UC Santa Barbara and we have access to all of the fabrication and analytical resources available there.
Website: www.tesserol.com

Email: dallon@tesserol.com

Phone: 5598266555

Address: 5782 Thornwood Dr, Goleta, CA, 93117, United States
CA
 CenterPoint EnergyEmma Ingebretsen Large Business Hydrogen Pilot Projects and Demonstrations Hydrogen Carrier DevelopmentCenterPoint Energy is a combined electric and natural gas utility operating in six states. In our Minnesota service territory (natural gas distribution only), we have a green hydrogen blending pilot project, and are exploring other potential green hydrogen (or green ammonia) pilot projects, demonstrations and/or research projects that under Minnesota's newly enacted Natural Gas Innovation Act, including industrial applications. We are interested in exploring opportunities to partner on relevant projects.
Website: www.centerpointenergy.com

Email: InnovationPlan@centerpointenergy.com

Phone: 612-321-4417

Address: 505 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN, 55402, United States
MN
 Middleton Solutions IncorporatedKorey Middleton Small Business Fuel Cells  Experience in electrical engineering and electronic control systems. We would like to assist in the future of energy production in what ways we can.
Website: middletonsolutionsinc.webador.com

Email: middletonsolutionsinc@gmail.com

Phone: 4783324237

Address: 3043 Bethune Ave, Macon, GA, 31211, United States
GA
 Torrent EnergyRichard Jarvis Small Business Hydrogen Production Decentralized Clean Hydrogen Production for Vehicles and Power GenerationTorrent Energy is an established Delaware C Corp with a new technology platform to produce hydrogen, and is an entity formed to commercialize the plasma thermolysis of hydrocarbons into clean hydrogen and non-emitting carbon black. The Torrent team has thousands of hours in successful projects developing the technology, the systems, and the business model which will be implemented with the new national focus of hydrogen production. The implementations currently underway will demonstrate $1 hydrogen cost to produce, when levelized with the revenues from solid carbon black sales, which do not have the additional costs of utilizing carbon capture to achieve zero emissions hydrogen production. The business is the manufacturing of systems that can, in a single process step utilizing plasma technologies, produce two commercial revenue streams; hydrogen and carbon black. Both products have established and growing markets, with cost of production at 50%. The company was founded as a result of a technology development for the production of acetylene and the success it had in producing hydrogen. Torrent Reactor and system is the result of over a decade of high-energy plasma research and systems development. These systems are both scalable within an energy of processing range, and modular in design where a full range of desired product output can be achieved by designing the reactor to an output, and then adding modules together to achieve a future increasing demand.

Richard Jarvis as 40 years of product design, production facility design and build, unique equipment design and build, and factory operations. He has experience in material science, equipment design, semiconductor technology, industrial scale plasma and microwave-based system R&D and commercial implementation, and for the last two years has focused on clean hydrogen production methods with zero emissions. He has worked at large corporations like AMD, Intel, AT&T / Bell Labs, and International SEMATECH, but has also run his own consulting business for 15 years delivering unique solutions to small and medium businesses that need creative solutions to material conversion and recycling challenges.
Website: www.torrentenergy.co

Email: rickj@torrentenergy.co

Phone: 2399192664

Address: 1629 W 135th St, Gardena, CA, 90249, United States
CA
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