$20 million will be awarded for development of regional sequestration technology training. The NOI states, "The training will specialize in the applied engineering and science of CCS training for site developers, geologists, engineers, and technicians. In addition, the training will lead the effort in providing a technology transfer platform for carbon sequestration related technology information and insights on a basin scale level to the sequestration industry in a concise, meaningful format that stimulates timely, informed technology decisions." DOE anticipates granting 7 awards.
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2. Applicants must register with FedConnect to submit their application. FedConnect website: www.fedconnect.net
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