DOE Looking for Subject Matter Experts to Serve as Reviewers
The New Jersey Fuel Cell Coalition will be phased out over 2023 as other organizations ramp up hydrogen and fuel cell activities in the state, particularly the NJ Clean Cities Coalition and the NJ Fuel Cell Task Force. The NJFCC website will remain active through 2023 to share related news. It has been an honor to work toward clean energy goals with the hydrogen/fuel cell community and other clean energy advocates.

DOE Looking for Subject Matter Experts to Serve as Reviewers

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Office (HFTO) invites a diverse pool of subject matter experts to review applications for federal funding programs. HFTO is looking for reviewers with skill sets including, but not limited to:

  • Hydrogen production, storage, and delivery technologies
  • Hydrogen fuel cell technologies
  • Hydrogen and energy infrastructure
  • Integrated energy systems
  • Manufacturing and recycling research and development
  • System integration
  • Analysis (techno-economic, financial, and market)
  • Hydrogen pilots and demonstrations
  • Diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Safety, codes and standards.

Submissions from candidates in historically underrepresented groups in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, business, and entrepreneurship are highly encouraged. Individuals at minority-serving institutions, historically black colleges and universities, minority business enterprises, minority-owned businesses, woman-owned businesses, veteran-owned businesses, or entities located in underserved communities are also encouraged to apply.

HFTO may provide an honorarium for reviewers’ time and expert feedback and participation on a merit review panel may also include travel for in-person meetings.

To apply to be an HFTO reviewer, see HFTO’s announcement.