TABLE 2-1 Fossil Energy Coal R&D Program Budget (millions of current dollars appropriated)

Program Element

FY 1992

FY 1993

FY 1994

FY 1995 (request)

Advanced Clean Fuels

Coal Preparation

15.1

9.9

11.3

5.5

Direct Liquefaction

19.4

15.7

11.4

5.6

Indirect Liquefaction

13.7

16.2

9.1

7.6

Advanced Research and Environmental Technology

7.1

5.9

5.2

0.8

Systems for Coproducts

4.3

1.5

3.9

0.6

Subtotal

59.6

49.2

40.9

20.1

Advanced Clean/Efficient Power Systems

Advanced Pulverized Coal-Fired Power Plant

8.2

9.1

9.1

7.6

Indirect-Fired Cycle

24.6

12.1

14.4

11.9

High-Efficiency IGCCa

18.0

19.5

27.2

28.1

High-Efficiency PFBCb

18.6

18.5

24.1

20.4

Advanced Research and Environmental Technology

26.8

21.7

17.8

13.4

Magnetohydrodynamics

39.9

29.9

4.8

Fuel Cellsc

51.0

51.1

Subtotal

187.1

161.9

97.4

81.4

 

[136.1]d

[110.8]d

 

 

Advanced Research and Technology Development

Coal Utilization Science

4.0

1.9

3.1

3.1

Materials and Components

9.2

8.9

10.7

7.8

Technology Crosscut

10.8

9.6

9.3

9.4

University/National Laboratory Coal Research

5.9

5.9

5.9

6.0

Subtotal

29.9

26.3

29.0

26.3

TOTAL

276.6

237.4

167.3

127.8

 

[225.6]d

[186.3]d

 

 

a Integrated gasification combined-cycle.

b Pressurized fluidized-bed combustion.

c The fuel cell activity was transferred from the coal program to the natural gas program in FY 1994.

Fuel cell budgets are $51.8 million for FY 1994 and $67.8 million for FY 1995 (request).

d Excluding fuel cells.

Sources: DOE (1993a, 1994a).



The National Academies | 500 Fifth St. N.W. | Washington, D.C. 20001
Copyright © National Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved.
Terms of Use and Privacy Statement