Innovating for a Hydrogen Future

Scaling up emerging technologies to enable a low-carbon future.

Helping our partners accelerate the development, deployment, and application of their products through our expertise, technology, and innovative solutions

Los Alamos supports companies and innovators who are envisioning and building market solutions to meet ambitious requirements and customer expectations for a future full of low-carbon choices. We have a breadth of expertise, resources, and technology solutions that support development of hydrogen-related products and applications in the following areas:

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    Hydrogen Production

    Emerging technologies are key to solving gaps in hydrogen production.

  • Storage and Delivery Capabilities

    Hydrogen transportation, distribution, and storage are the primary challenges for integrating hydrogen into the overall energy economy.

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    Fuel Cell and Conversion Capabilities

    The Laboratory's role in the development of fuel cells and hydrogen as an energy source began in 1977 with the utilization of expertise related to hydrogen gained from Project Rover, a program aimed at developing a nuclear-powered rocket.

  • Energy Transition Center of Excellence

    Demonstrate and deploy your hydrogen and carbon utilization technologies and products at Los Alamos National Laboratory.

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    Cross-Cutting Capabilities

    Several clean energy technologies and infrastructure components will be important to enabling decarbonization across multiple sectors.


Test and Validate

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Explore New Solutions

Looking to adapt new technologies into your product development to meet emerging customer requirements?

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Supporting the Department of Energy, the Western Interstate Hydrogen Hub (WISHH), and the nation to meet ambitious decarbonization goals

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Duncan McBranch

Hydrogen Hub Capture Manager

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Melissa Fox

Director of Applied Energy Programs