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DOE establishes Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations; supporting hydrogen, batteries, SMR, more

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has established the Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations, a new DOE office that will support clean energy technology demonstration projects in areas including clean hydrogen, carbon capture, grid-scale energy storage, small modular reactors, and more.

Demonstration projects prove the effectiveness of innovative technologies in real-world conditions at scale in order to pave the way towards widespread adoption and deployment.

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These demonstrations will fund projects totaling hundreds of millions or multiple billions of dollars in scale and are intended to unlock follow-on investment from the private sector to deploy these technologies.

The office’s programs also include billions of dollars to invest in demonstration projects in rural areas and economically hard-hit communities. The office will consistently engage environmental justice groups, labor, and communities to help shape program development and execution. In addition to the large-scale projects, DOE will continue to support many smaller-scale pilots and demonstrations.


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