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GE and CPECC Sign Agreements with USTDA to Advance Commercial Scale IGCC in China

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In this initial study phase, GE and CPECC will evaluate the cost and performance of an IGCC design. IGCC and carbon capture technologies have been commercially demonstrated and will need to be widely deployed to enable low cost power generation from domestic fossil energy resources, while at the same time achieving significant reductions in carbon dioxide emissions globally.

2010 170
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DOE NETL selects 12 fossil-fuel power systems projects for funding

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DOE: $750,000 Non-DOE: $187,500 Total: $937,500 (20% cost share). DOE: $749,999 Non-DOE: $187,500 Total: $937,499 (20% cost share). DOE: $696,416 Non-DOE: $174,104 Total: $870,520 (20% cost share). Cost: DOE: $749,058 Non-DOE: $187,264 Total: $936,322 (20% cost share). DOE: $750,000 Non-DOE: $187,500 Total: $937,500 (20% cost share). DOE: $750,000 Non-DOE: $705,000 Total: $1,455,000 (49% cost share).

2015 184
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DOE ARPA-E awards $156M to projects to 60 projects to accelerate innovation in clean energy technologies

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High Performance, Low Cost Superconducting Wires and Coils. for High Power Wind Generators The University of Houston will develop a new, low-cost. yield a several-fold reduction in wire costs, making. with properties exceeding those of scarce and costly rare earth magnets. Advanced Electric Vehicle Motors with Low or No Rare Earth. efficiency at less cost. that substantially reduce costs of the motor. substantially lower cost.

2011 242