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DOE announces $20M for regional initiative to accelerate carbon capture, utilization, and storage

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced up to $20 million in federal funding (DE-FOA-0002000) for cooperative agreements that will help accelerate the deployment of carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS). The selected projects will support the Office of Fossil Energy’s (FE) Carbon Storage Program.

Through this funding opportunity, DOE aims to award cooperative agreements to research and development (R&D) projects that will help identify and address regional storage and transport challenges currently facing the development of CCUS.

This funding opportunity seeks to preserve, share, and advance existing R&D by:

  • Addressing key technical challenges;

  • Facilitating data collection, sharing, and analysis;

  • Evaluating regional infrastructure; and

  • Promoting regional technology transfer.

Comments

HarveyD

The ideal would be to find and use better ways to avoid polluting the air-water-plants-grounds etc with to much herbicides, insecticides, preservatives, plastics and CO2 and nano-particles emissions. We have to stop polluting the globe we live in with polluting vehicles, farming and industrial processus. Many species of birds, insects, fishes, animals have already disappeared. Human's life expectancy has already been reduced by 3 to 30 months in many countries.

Massive widespread electrification with clean Nuclear, Hydro and various other RE clean sources may soon become a necessity?

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