28 Jul 2009 02:07:36
US DOE Awards $308 Million in ARRA Funding for CCPI Hydrogen Generation Project
DOE has awarded $308 million in funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) to Hydrogen Energy International for “Hydrogen Energy California Project: Commercial Demonstration of Advanced IGCC with Full Carbon Capture.” The project will design, construct and operate an integrated gasification combined cycle power plant that will “take blends of coal and petroleum coke, combined with non-potable water, and convert them into hydrogen and CO2…The hydrogen gas will be used to fuel a power station, and the CO2 will be transported by pipeline to nearby oil reservoirs where it will be injected for storage and used for enhanced oil recovery.”
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