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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). The project has future applications for supercritical CO2 cycles in power plants, nuclear power, solar power and natural gas combined cycle units. 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).

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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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National Renewable. High Performance, Low Cost Superconducting Wires and Coils. for High Power Wind Generators The University of Houston will develop a new, low-cost. superconducting wire that can be used in future advanced wind turbine generators. 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.

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