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Carbon Negative Shot: Carbon Management: Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR) Technology Research and Development

Open Date:

Expected release date FY 24

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Eligible Recipients:

Program Purpose:

  • Energy Infrastructure

Reserved for Energy



Funded by:

U.S. Department of Energy


DOE has published a notice of intent (NOI) outlining its intent to publish a series of Carbon Negative Shot (CNS)-aligned funding opportunities focused on supporting the advancement and maturation of a suite of carbon dioxide removal (CDR) technologies. This CNS NOI outlines multiple program interests that aim to support the development and commercialization of CDR technologies and collectively enable the Department’s CNS target of gigaton-scale deployment for less than $100 per net metric ton of CO2-equivalent within the decade. These anticipated funding opportunities may span several offices within the Department, including DOE FECM in conjunction with NETL, the Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations (OCED), and other offices within the Department.

Expected funding to support the development and commercialization of CDR technologies. These may include previously awarded subtopic areas, such as Bench-Scale Testing of Structured Material Systems, or Components Designs for Optimized Direct Air Capture (AOI-2A) or Field Validation of Abiotic Ocean-Based Carbon Removal (AOI-2F), among additional subtopics that may be added.

Related Resources

Additional information is available on the Resources page.

Funding Details

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Applicant Guidance

Contact Information

John Hatfield, 304-285-5235, John.Hatfield@netl.doe.gov

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