India-US announce new areas of research on transformational power generation

India and the US have announced new areas of research on transformational power generation based on supercritical CO2 (sCO2) power cycles and advanced coal technologies, including carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS).

This emerged at a virtual ministerial meeting of the US-India Strategic Energy Partnership (SEP) held last week. The ongoing collaboration on smart grids and energy storage is being implemented by a consortium comprising 30 Indian and US entities with an investment of USD 7.5 million each by India’s Department of Science and Technology and US Department of Energy (DoE), with matching amounts provided by the consortium.

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