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DOE Fossil Energy R&D Project in Idaho


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's Regional Input-Output Modeling System formula.

INEEL Developing Advanced Materials for Power Systems
  • Materials Development for Fossil Energy Systems - The Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory (INEEL) is developing low-cost and low-density intermetallic alloys based on Fe2Al with an optimum combination of strength, ductility, weldability, and corrosion resistance for use as components in advanced fossil energy conversion systems. Emphasis is on the development of iron aluminides for heat recovery applications in coal gasification systems. DOE is fully funding this $1.45 million project.


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