Opportunity: Request for Information

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DOE is considering more significant support for Research & Development (R&D) in carbon use. It is surveying technology approaches and seeking up-to-date information on technologies for beneficially using CO2 captured from fossil-fuel power plants. To complement existing efforts to develop, demonstrate and deploy carbon capture technologies, DOE is interested in supporting new and innovative approaches to beneficially utilize CO2 from fossil fuel power plants. The ability to beneficially use CO2 from these facilities has the potential to accelerate the deployment of carbon capture by providing a market for captured CO2 in the near term, and in the longer term, to offset some of the cost of capturing and storing much larger quantities of CO2 from electric power generation and other industrial sources.

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Reference number: DE-FOA-0001551
Issue date: 03/29/2016
Response due: 04/25/2016 06:59 AM US/Eastern

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