1. to meet relevant goals for thermal efficiency, environmental control, and reduced costs.
  2. The program components and management of the current CCT program have demonstrated the ability to conduct a successful demonstration program, as evidenced by the involvement and financial support of the private sector.
  3. The commercial acceptance of new power generation technologies will be impeded by the remaining financial risk associated with secondand third-of-a-kind demonstration projects.

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