Wabash Valley Resources – Assisted Wabash Valley Resources with their recently awarded $35-million-dollar grant for Design Development and System Integration Design Studies for Coal FIRST Concepts. The project will gasify coal and biomass, produce electricity and hydrogen, and store the captured CO2 in a deep geologic formation.
Air Products & Chemicals – Awarded a $253 million industrial CCUS grant at the Port Arthur, Texas refinery to capture the CO2 from their steam methane reformer and use the CO2 for enhanced oil recovery.
American Electric Power – Secured a $334 million Clean Coal Power Initiative CCUS grant at their Mountaineer Power Plant in West Virginia to add post-combustion capture to their coal plant and store the CO2 in the Mount Simon geologic storage formation.
BrightSource – Drafted the application for the client which resulted in securing $4.8 million in funding for their solar energy project through the DOE SunShot grant program.
Clean Energy Systems, Inc. – Secured a $25 million grant from the Department of Energy to implement biomass carbon capture project.
Enerkem – Awarded a $50 million biorefinery demonstration grant from DOE and an $80 million loan guarantee through the Department of Agriculture’s Biorefinery Assistance Program.
Sacramento Municipal Utility District – Secured a $127.5 million Smart Grid Investment Grant to install a comprehensive regional smart grid system from transmission to the customer.
Skyonic – Secured a congressional authorization for a new DOE program to develop CO2 conversion technologies and secured the appropriations necessary to fund the competitive Department of Energy program. The firm also assisted in drafting Skyonic’s successful grant applications to demonstrate their technology resulting in the company receiving $28 million through the program.