ENERGY SECRETARY GRANHOLM ANNOUNCES CARBON-NEGATIVE BUILDING PROJECTS
$39 million will go to 18 projects in ARPA-E's Harnessing Emissions into Structures Taking Inputs from the Atmosphere (HESTIA) program to develop building materials that will decarbonize the atmosphere.
DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY ANNOUNCES UP TO $48 MILLION TO RECYCLE USED NUCLEAR FUEL
ARPA-E's new Converting UNF Radioisotopes Into Energy (CURIE) program focuses on substantially reducing the disposal impact of used nuclear fuel (UNF) and supporting a comprehensive national strategy to deal with waste safely and securely.
ENERGY SECRETARY GRANHOLM ANNOUNCES $36 MILLION FOR NUCLEAR WASTE REDUCTION
Projects funded through ARPA-E's “Optimizing Nuclear Waste and Advanced Reactor Disposal Systems” (ONWARDS) program will develop technologies that can resolve the waste and storage challenges associated with advanced nuclear reactor fuel cycles.
ARPA-E ANNOUNCES $44 MILLION FOR CRITICAL ELEMENT RECOVERY TECHNOLOGIES
The program—Mining Innovations for Negative Emissions Resource Recovery (MINER)—aims to develop commercially scalable technologies that would enable greater domestic supplies of copper, nickel, lithium, cobalt, rare earth elements, and other critical elements.
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