The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management (FECM) is focused on investing in technologies to reduce carbon emissions and minimize the environmental impacts of fossil fuel generation and use. Financial assistance are made available through Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA).
To be able to apply for a FOA, several steps must be taken, such as:
- Register with the System for Award Management (SAM) at https://www.sam.gov/. Visit the following link for more information about SAM registration;
- Obtain a Unique Entity Identifier (UEI) number from the SAM;
- Register with Grants.gov, visit the following link for more information about Grants registration;;
- Register with FedConnect.net to submit questions about specific FOA.
DOE-FECM current and/or expected funding opportunities related to CCUS:
• DE-FOA-0002799: Regional Initiative to Accelerate Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) Deployment: Technical Assistance for Large-Scale Storage Facilities and Regional Carbon Management Hubs
• DE-FOA-0001999: CarbonSAFE Phase III – Visit our specific page to learn about the CarbonSAFE initiative: https://www.cuspwest.org/carbonsafe/
• DE-FOA-0002610: CarbonSAFE Phase II
• DE-FOA-0002711: CarbonSAFE Phase III, III.5, and IV; supported under Section 40305 of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL);
• Section 41004a – $937 million for large-scale CCUS pilots
• Section 41004b – $2.5 billion for demonstration scale carbon capture projects
• Section 40308 – $3.5 billion for regional DAC (Direct Air Capture) hubs
• Section 40303 – $100 million for FEED (Front-End Engineering Design) studies for CO2 transport systems
• Section 40304 – $2.1 billion available in loan guarantees for CO2 transport infrastructure Section 40314 – $8 billion dollars for hydrogen hubs including fossil-based H2 with carbon management.
The CUSP team can support you to respond to DOE-FECM funding opportunities!
Watch the recording of the Carbon Management Day webinar (December 1, 2022) to learn more updates on key initiatives, get more information of FECM-funded carbon management projects and how to get involved.