- Educational Institution
- Local Government
- Native/Tribal Entity
- Private Sector
- Public Utility Entity
- State Government
- Energy Infrastructure
- Environmental Clean-up
- Health and Safety
Reserved for Energy
The Carbon Capture Demonstration Program provides $2.5 billion to develop six carbon capture facilities to significantly improve the efficiency, effectiveness, costs, emissions reductions, and environmental performance of coal and natural gas use. The BIL recommends:
- Two projects for natural gas electric generation facility
- Two projects for coal electric generation facility; and
- Two projects for industrial facility not purposed for electric generation.
This program will focus on integrated carbon capture, transport, and storage technologies and infrastructure that can be readily replicated and deployed at fossil energy power plants and major industrial sources of CO2, such as cement, pulp and paper, iron and steel, and certain types of chemical production facilities.