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Reducing Emissions from Energy Supply:
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Technology Profiles from U.S. Climate Change Technology Program: Technology Options for the Near and Long Term [Full report, PDF, 6.8 Mb]. A compendium (dated September 2005) of technology profiles and ongoing research and development at participating Federal agencies. (posted 15 September 2005). 

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2.1    Low Emissions Fossil-Based Fuels and Power

2.1.1

Coproduction / Hydrogen

2.1-1

2.1.2

Advanced Power Systems

2.1-4

2.1.3

Distributed Generation / Fuel Cells

2.1-7

2.2    Hydrogen

2.2.1

Hydrogen Production From Nuclear Fission and Fusion

2.2-1

2.2.2

Hydrogen Systems Technology Validation

2.2-3

2.2.3

Hydrogen Production and Distribution Using Electricity and Fossil/Alternative Energy

2.2-7

2.2.4

Hydrogen Storage

2.2-10

2.2.5

Hydrogen Use

2.2-13

2.2.6

Hydrogen Infrastructure Safety

2.2-16

2.3   Renewable Energy and Fuels

2.3.1

Wind Energy

2.3-1

2.3.2

Solar Photovoltaic Power

2.3-4

2.3.3

Solar Heating and Lighting

2.3-7

2.3.4

Concentrating Solar Power

2.3-9

2.3.5

Biochemical Conversion of Biomass

2.3-11

2.3.6

Thermochemical Conversion of Biomass

2.3-14

2.3.7

Biomass Residues

2.3-17

2.3.8

Energy Crops

2.3-19

2.3.9

Photoconversion

2.3-21

2.3.10

Advanced Hydropower

2.3-24

2.3.11

Geothermal Energy

2.3-26

2.4    Nuclear Fission

2.4.1

Research Under the Generation IV Nuclear Energy Systems Initiative

2.4-1

2.4.2

Research on Nuclear Power Plant Technologies for Near-Term Deployment

2.4-3

2.4.3

Advanced Fuel Cycle Initiative

2.4-5

2.5    Nuclear Fusion

2.5.1

Fusion Energy

2.5-1

 


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