WASHINGTON, September 27, 2017 - The Energy Department is allotting approximately $36 million in financial assistance to advance carbon capture technologies. DOE says the funding opportunity will support cost-shared research and development projects that will continue the development of carbon capture technologies to either the engineering scale or to a commercial design. “Carbon capture technologies are one of the most effective ways we can continue to leverage the sustainability of our nation’s fossil fuel resources while advancing environmental stewardship,” Energy Secretary Rick Perry said. “This funding opportunity will provide for further innovation on methods for capturing carbon emissions for storage and other utilization efforts, as well as underscore this administration’s commitment to both environmental and economic security.”
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