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DOE to grant $83 million for industrial decarbonization research

DOE Announced $83 Million in Funding to Help Decarbonize America’s Industrial Sector  

The Department of Energy’s Industrial Efficiency and Decarbonization Office (IEDO) just announced an $83 million funding opportunity that will focus on applied research, development, and demonstration (RD&D) for some of the hardest-to-decarbonize industrial subsectors, specifically: chemicals and fuels; iron and steel; food and beverage; building and infrastructure materials (including cement and concrete, asphalt pavements, and glass); and forest products. Together, these industries account for more than 65% of U.S. industrial manufacturing emissions.

IEDO is seeking applications for projects in six different topic areas, including low-carbon asphalt pavement. They are specifically looking to fund projects at technology readiness levels 2-3 that advance the development of asphalt mixtures that can use low-carbon raw materials and remain durable at lower temperatures.  

Learn more about the funding opportunity and how to apply.

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