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You are here:  State-by-State Project Profiles > Arizona

DOE Projects in Arizona


Number of Projects

Total Value*
(Million $)

DOE Share
(Million $)

Job Benefits**

Coal & Power Projects





*Includes DOE and private sector cost-sharing

**An average of 28.5 direct and indirect jobs per $1 million in R&D funding is used based on the Department of Commerce Regional Input-Output Modeling System formula.

Arizona Companies Evaluating Hydrogen-Fueled Engines, Hydrogasification
  • Investigation of Hydrogen-Fueled Internal Combustion Engine Durability - Electric Transportation Engineering Corporation, Phoenix, AZ will evaluate the durability of state-of-the-art hydrogen internal combustion engine design in both field and laboratory applications. Results of the durability evaluation will be compared to current gasoline internal combustion engine standards and recommendations to reduce durability risk factors. DOE is funding $1.25 million toward this $1.81 million project.

  • Hydrogasification Process Using Western Coals - Arizona Public Service, Phoenix, AZ will develop and demonstrate (at engineering scale), a coal hydrogasification-based process for co-producing substitute natural gas and electricity with near-zero emissions.  The process will capture and sequester 90 percent of the CO2 emissions from the power production portion, and will demonstrate the ability to use low-rank Western coals. DOE is funding $10.2 million of this $14.8 million project.


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