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DOE funds Argonne to test Capstone microturbines with hydrogen and synthetic fuels

Microturbine manufacturer Capstone Turbine Corporation announced that the US Department of Energy (DOE) will provide $335,000 in funding for one year to Argonne National Laboratory to conduct hydrogen and syngas testing on Capstone’s C65 and C200 microturbines.

In October 2015, Capstone partnered with Argonne National Laboratory for participation in the DOE’s Technologist in Residence (TIR) program. Since then, Capstone and Argonne have explored new focus areas to advance the adoption of low-emission, high-efficiency power solutions.

The additional funding from the DOE will help to drive Capstone’s hydrogen and syngas fuel product offering to market and promote further research and development efforts.


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