Appendix C
DOE Hydrogen Program Budget



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The Hydrogen Economy: Opportunities, Costs, Barriers, and R&D Needs Appendix C DOE Hydrogen Program Budget

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The Hydrogen Economy: Opportunities, Costs, Barriers, and R&D Needs TABLE C-1 DOE Hydrogen Program Planning Levels, FY02–FY04 ($000)   FY02 FY03(1) FY04(2)   Direct Associated Direct Associated Direct Associated EERE Hydrogen Technology Production and Delivery 11,148   11,329   23,000   Storage 6,125   10,921   30,000   Infrastructure Validation 5,696   9,748   13,160   Safety, Codes & Standards, and Utilization 4,486   4,611   16,000   Education and Cross-cutting Analysis 1,437   1,926   5,822   Fuel Cell Technology Transportation Systems 7,466   6,160   7,600   Distributed Energy Systems 5,500   7,451   7,500   Stack Component R&D 12,595   14,803   28,000   Fuel Processor R&D 20,921   24,539   19,000   Technology Validation 0   1,788   15,000   Technical/Program Support 200   398   400   FreedomCAR and Vehicle Technologies Vehicle Systems   5,100   3,656   3,800 Innovative Concepts   500   993   500 Hybrid and Electric Propulsion   42,180   38,700   45,525 Advanced Combustion R&D   15,339   18,625   12,799 Materials Technologies   18,326   16,491   20,840 Fuels Technologies   6,444   5,364   4,300 Technology Introduction   800   894   1,000 Technical/Programmatic Management Support   1,306   865   865 FreedomCAR Peer Review           1,500 Biomass and Biorefinery Systems R&D Advanced Biomass Technology R& D   14,486   15,950   14,000 Systems Integration and Production   17,140   14,585   0   TOTAL EERE 75,574 121,621 93,674 116,123 165,482 105,129 FE Natural Gas Technology, Hydrogen from Gas 0   0   6,555   Fuels, Hydrogen from Coal 0   0   5,000   Central Systems, IGCC   41,990   44,360   51,000 Distributed Generation Systems, Fuel Cells (3)   56,678   63,608   47,000 Sequestration   31,486   39,939   62,000 TOTAL FE 0 130,154 0 147,907 11555 160,000 NE Generation IV Nuclear Systems   4,000   3,800   8,200 NERI   1,530   1,291   1,268 I-NERI (International)   750   750   750 Nuclear Hydrogen Initiative 0   2,000   4,000   TOTAL NE 0 6,280 2,000 5,841 4,000 10,218 SC Chemical Sci., Geosci. and Energy Biosci. (4)   2,910   9,370   2,930 Materials Sci. and Engineering (4)   3,063   2,895   3,063 Chemical Sci., Geosci. and Energy Biosci. (5)   1,744   3,023   1,744 Biological and Environmental Research (6)   0   1,722   17,710 TOTAL SC 0 7,717 0 17,010 0 25,447 Dept. of Transportation (7)   674   GRAND TOTAL 75,574 265,772 95,674 286,881 181,711 300,794 NOTES: (1) FY 2003 Appropriation (2) FY 2004 Administration Budget Request (3) FE fuel cells for FY04 includes SECA, Advanced Research and Vision 21 funding (4) for research in hydrogen storage in nanotubes, hydrogen combustion, and catalysts for combustion (5) basic science to improve materials for fuel cells (6) for research in the biological production of hydrogen (7) this planning level has not yet been coordinated with DOT EE = Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy FE = Office of Fossil Energy NE = Office of Nuclear Energy Science and Technology SC = Office of Science Direct = Funding that would not be requested if there were no DOE Hydrogen activities. Associated = Efforts that are necessary for a Hydrogen pathway, i.e., hybrid electric components of FreedomCAR, high-temperature stationary fuel cells, sequestration, etc. SOURCE: DOE, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.