EPRI, Shell, City of Houston, Greentown Labs, NYU launch Low-Carbon Hydrogen Accelerator

November 14, 2021 |

In Massachusetts and Texas, the Electric Power Research Institute, Shell, and the City of Houston in partnership with Greentown Labs and the Urban Future Lab at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering announced the Low-Carbon Hydrogen Accelerator which is now accepting applications from startups developing innovative low carbon hydrogen technologies.

LCHA is seeking applications from startups that are advancing low-carbon hydrogen production, enhancing hydrogen storage and distribution, or providing business model innovations for the management of hydrogen supply chains. More details on the specific technology areas of interest can be found in the request for proposals.

LCHA is the latest program in the Greentown Launch family of programs, Greentown’s flagship corporate partnerships accelerator program and third program with UFL. This six-month, highly structured accelerator program offers startup participants collaboration and engagement opportunities with EPRI, its member utilities, and Shell on technology validation, feasibility studies, paid pilot demonstrations, and other development and commercial partnerships.

LCHA applications are due by Feb. 9, 2022, at 11:59 p.m. ET. Applicants may apply from anywhere. To learn more and apply, visit the LCHA website.

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