Feb. 15 — The largest project, run by the Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio, Texas, will receive just shy of $1 million from DOE. The institute is working on a large-scale coal-combustion pilot plant that “will demonstrate flameless pressurized oxy-combustion technology, which has the potential to reduce the levelized cost of electricity while capturing CO2 that is ready for compression to pipe-line pressure.”
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