The United States Department of strength (DOE) is making an investment $56.5 million (£45m) in research and development tasks for superior clean coal technologies.
A total of 32 winners will share the funding for tasks including carbon seize, utilisation and storage (CCUS), steam turbine efficiency and superior materials. One of the projects will broaden revolutionary uses of home coal for upgraded coal-based totally feedstocks used to provide power and make metallic. Some other undertaking pursuits to foster the improvement and deployment of progressive structures for enhancing efficiency and environmental performance. Power secretary Rick Perry said: “We will continue our commitment to investing in research, development and demonstration initiatives to drive these innovative clean coal technologies forward.