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November 16, 2016
Adv. Fossil Solicitation Part I Due Date

ADVANCED FOSSIL ENERGY PROJECTS SOLICITATION PART I DUE DATE

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November 16, 2016
Adv. Fossil Solicitation Part I Due Date

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August 29, 2016
A New Look For NETL

NETL Director Dr. Grace Bochenek today unveiled a contemporary new logo designed to reinforce the Laboratory’s brand as the nation’s prominent fossil-energy science and engineering research center.

August 11, 2016
A CO2 laser melts a rod of solid sapphire and draws a sapphire optical fiber. Sapphire has a high melting point, which can withstand the brutal conditions inside gas turbine engines and solid oxide fuel cells. | Photo courtesy of National Energy Technology Laboratory.
The Rugged World of Harsh Environment Sensors

National Lab scientists are building special sensors to see and hear inside turbine engines, boilers, gasifiers and fuel cells.

June 22, 2016
Adv. Fossil Solicitation Part II Due Date

ADVANCED FOSSIL ENERGY PROJECTS SOLICITATION PART II DUE DATE

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June 22, 2016
Adv. Fossil Solicitation Part I Due Date

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June 22, 2016
Adv. Fossil Solicitation Part I Due Date

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May 6, 2016
<div class="field field-name-field-map-byline field-type-text-with-summary field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div  class="field-item odd">This GIF shows how CO2 emissions vary across the United States. Each bar represents a 50x50 kilometer grid. Bar height is proportional to total CO2 emissions and bar color represents the type of CO2 emissions. Red bars represent proportionately more CO2 emissions from electricity generation (coal, gas and oil). Green bars represent CO2 emissions by other sources (such as ethanol production, iron-steel production and cement manufacture). Yellow/orange bars signify a mix of electricity and non-electricity sources. | GIF courtesy of Los Alamos National Lab.</div></div></div>
Plastic Bags Might Kickstart the Carbon Capture Industry

Research from the National Labs show that capturing CO2 from plastic bag and packaging plants could kickstart the carbon capture industry in the United States.