US Dept. of Energy Funds Nuclear-to-Hydrogen Project

An article in Power magazine reports on how the U.S. Department of Energy has recently decided provide funding for a project ($3.6 million) of US nuclear power company Exelon and partner company Nel Hydrogen of Norway, who will build a hydrogen production, storage and utilization system at an existing nuclear power production facility.

The official description on the DoD award document is:

Demonstration of Electrolyzer Operation at a Nuclear Plant to Allow for Dynamic Participation in an Organized Electricity Market and In-House Hydrogen Supply Demonstration of Electrolyzer Operation at a Nuclear Plant to Allow for Dynamic Participation in an Organized Electricity Market and In-House Hydrogen Supply Demonstration of Electrolyzer Operation at a Nuclear Plant to Allow for Dynamic Participation in an Organized Electricity Market and In-House Hydrogen Supply

More on the project can be found at the Power website here:

https://www.powermag.com/exelon-is-exploring-nuclear-power-plant-hydrogen-production/https://www.powermag.com/exelon-is-exploring-nuclear-power-plant-hydrogen-production/https://www.powermag.com/exelon-is-exploring-nuclear-power-plant-hydrogen-production/

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