On March 4, 2019, DOE announced an opportunity for funding up to $31 million in support of advancing the H2@Scale concept. The H2@Scale concept focuses on enabling affordable and reliable large-scale hydrogen generation across multiple sectors in the U.S. Large-scale hydrogen generation, transport, storage, and utilization can “unite our Nation’s abundant energy resources,” according to U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry. By producing hydrogen when power generation exceeds load, “electrolyzers can reduce curtailment of renewables and contributes to grid stability.” Hydrogen can also be stored and distributed for multiple applications. Currently some key challenges of the H2@Scale concept are reliability, affordability, and performance of fuel cell technologies. DOE is interested in overcoming these challenges, thus providing this funding opportunity for three topics. Topics include advanced hydrogen storage and infrastructure research and development (R&D); innovative production and utilization concepts; and a H2@Scale pilot. Concept papers are due on April 8, 2019, and full applications are due on May 29, 2019.