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NETL Director Brian Anderson
NETL Director Brian Anderson will deliver opening remarks at the 2022 West Virginia Governor’s Energy Summit, Oct. 25-26 at the Stonewall Resort in Roanoke, West Virginia. There, Anderson will highlight NETL’s latest developments in hydrogen energy research and the Lab’s contributions to the White House Interagency Working Group (IWG) on Coal and Power Plant Communities and Economic Revitalization.
Long distance shot of an Industrial Plant.
A transformational absorption-based carbon capture technology long supported by NETL that can help lower the cost of more effectively eliminating carbon dioxide (CO2) in a range of industrial applications is the subject of a new agreement between two technology development organizations to accelerate industrialization and scale-up.
Image depicting beakers and test tubes in the background, and the phrase "Top 2% of Scientists Worldwide" in the foreground
Many of the world’s most talented energy technology experts call NETL home, and a recent analysis published by Stanford University underlines this fact, listing 25 current and former NETL researchers as being in the top 2% of global scientists.
Illustrated silhouettes of people walking.
NETL’s Regional Workforce Initiative (RWFI) will host a webinar briefing of the 2022 U.S. Energy and Employment Report (USEER) from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 25, to present key employment data for energy and advanced manufacturing jobs. “Energy jobs are on the rise,” said Anthony Armaly, NETL RWFI federal coordinator. “In 2021, the energy sector employed more than 7.8 million Americans. Webinar participants will learn what types of jobs are available and where they are located during our USEER webinar briefing.”
Diagram of Hydrogen stored in hydrogen in cement-sealed underground geologic formations.
Hydrogen (H2) molecules are the smallest molecules in the universe — one of many factors that present containment challenges for maintaining the integrity of underground H2 storage capabilities. NETL researchers are devoting special care and study to understanding how best to safely store H2 in cement-sealed underground geologic formations.
A Caucasian woman in a white lab coat filling a test tube by using a syringe.
NETL’s researchers will showcase the Lab’s work to identify and address the nation’s greatest energy, environmental and economic challenges during the 2022 Resource Sustainability Project Review Meeting, scheduled for Oct. 25-27 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Funding Opportunity Announcement
WASHINGTON, D.C.— The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today issued a Notice of Intent (NOI) to fund a $32 million Bipartisan Infrastructure Law program supporting front-end engineering design (FEED) studies to produce rare earth elements (REEs) and other critical minerals and materials (CMMs) from domestic coal-based resources.
Cover image of the 2022 Compendium
NETL’s 2022 Compendium of Carbon Capture Technology, which provides a technical summary of the Lab’s Carbon Capture program, is now available for viewing online.
NETL researcher Jaffer Ghouse presenting an approach for the design and optimization of highly flexible carbon capture systems.
NETL Director Brian Anderson, Ph.D., delivered a keynote address to stakeholders gathered to discuss the NETL-led Institute for the Design of Advanced Energy Systems (IDAES), emphasizing the value of the collaborative initiative for reaching the Administration’s critical decarbonization goals.
A headshot photograph of Christina Lopano.
NETL’s Christina Lopano, Ph.D., will participate in a webinar Tuesday, Oct. 11, from 2-3 p.m. ET, highlighting important NETL-led rare earth element (REE) research at the Wyoming Innovation Center (WyIC) in Gillette, Wyoming. Lopano will join experts from government and academia for a panel to discuss the creation of the WyIC, current and upcoming projects and the impact the Center’s work will have on emerging market opportunities and innovative methods to use domestic coal resources in the growing clean energy economy.