Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) 1202
Opportunities to Develop High Performance, Economically Viable, and Environmentally Benign Technologies to Recover Rare Earth Elements (REEs) from Domestic Coal and Coal Byproducts
Phase 1 Final Reports
|Recovery of Rare Earth Elements from Coal and Coal Byproducts via a Closed Loop Leaching Process||Battelle||FE0027012|
|Novel Membrane and Electrodeposition-Based Separation and Recovery of Rare Earth Elements from Coal Combustion Residues||Duke University||FE0026952|
|Plasma Arc Gasification Based Rare Earth Element Recovery from Coal Fly Ash||Southern Research Institute||FE0027102|
|Economical and Environmentally Benign Extraction of Rare Earth Elements (REES) from Coal & Coal Byproducts||Tusaar, Inc.||4FE0027155|
|A Pollution Prevention and Economically Viable Technology for Separation of Rare Earth Elements from Powder River Basin Coal Ashes||University of Wyoming||FE0027069|
Phase 2 Data
|Pilot-Scale Testing of an Integrated Circuit for the Extraction of Rare Earth Minerals and Elements from Coal and Coal By-products Using Advanced Separation Technologies||University of Kentucky Research Foundation||FE0027035|
|Investigation of Rare Earth Element Extraction from North Dakota Coal-Related Feedstocks||University of North Dakota Energy and Environmental Research Center (UNDEERC)||FE0027006|
Image of pilot facility from top of coal spiral platform. In foreground are coal and mineral-rich tailings filter presses, with the liquid processing tanks featured in the background.
Image Source: University of North Dakota
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