Members Update Test - Arc:Hydrogen
The Applied Research Center (ARC) was initially established in South Carolina to serve as a center for research and development into hydrogen fuel and fuel cell technology. Working with the researchers at the Savannah River National Laboratory, ARC scientists broadened the scientific community’s knowledge of hydrogen as a viable and practical fuel for energy.
While our mission has broadened beyond hydrogen, we continue to occupy a leadership role in research related to the practical use of this abundant element. Scientists at the ARC are exploring safer, more efficient ways of producing and storing hydrogen.