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27 Producing hydrogen Processes like petroleum refining require hydrogen which is typically produced by splitting natural gas. INL has demonstrated an efficient way to make hydrogen and synthetic gas from high-temperature steam. The decade- long project yielded numerous awards and grew the program to international status. The team produced six book chapters 29 journal articles 104 conference publications 37 DOE milestone reports and three U.S. patents. Most significantly overall efficiency of the process improved from 28 percent to 50 percent over the course of the project. Steven Hayes Chang Oh Secretary Chu Awards Achievement Awards from Energy Secretary Steven Chu went to 20 INL employees. The Secretarys Honor Awards program recognizes outstanding efforts in supporting DOE programs. A team of 16 INL employees was honored for efforts supporting the successful Mars Science Laboratory Multi-Mission Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator project. They were Jeremy Andersen Christian Browning Carla Dwight Eric Clarke Greg Hula Stephen G. Johnson SueAnn Keller Kristoffer Kelly Kelly Lively Jamie Mitchell Gregg Moedl Chauncey Peters Amy Powell Robin Stewart Courtney Swassing and Darrell Wheeler. INLs Igor Bolshinsky and Eric Woolstenhulme were honored for supporting the Seoul Nuclear Security Summit the largest summit ever held in the nuclear security field. INL employees Thomas Johnson and Michael N. Patterson were honored for efforts with the Argonne National Laboratory Footprint Reduction Program. INLs high-temperature electrolysis capability encompasses steam electrolysis for hydrogen production co-electrolysis for direct production of syngas and reversible solid oxide cells for alternating hydrogen production and power production in energy storage strategies.