October 20th, 2020
The U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Clean Coal and Carbon Management (OCCCM) released it's Strategic Vision 2020-2024 in August of this year and on September 14, USEA hosted OCCCM to present it to the public. A recording of the presentation and a copy of the document are available here.
August 25th, 2020
Recent events have signified the importance of having U.S. domestic supply chains. Were you aware that the United States is import-reliant on critical minerals (CM) and rare earth elements (REE)? Why is this important? CM and REE are found in the technologies we use every day including cell phones, electric vehicles, energy technologies, and even our country’s national defense.
January 28th, 2020
The CCUS Roadshow, D.C. workshop is the first in a series of day long programs in six different cities on Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage. Speakers are leading experts on CCUS in the United States and are taking their time to give you their insights, experiences and expectations over seven sessions:
December 11th, 2019
photo credit: Peggy Greb, USDA/ARS
July 24th, 2019
The United States Energy Association (USEA) cordially invites you to take part in a collaborative Workshop on Direct Air Capture Technology Needs, co-hosted with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy (DOE-FE) in Washington, DC. The workshop will build upon the recent publication of the National Academies of Science report Negative Emissions Technologies and Reliable Sequestration – A Research Agenda 2019 and is designed to help inform DOE-FE as they finalize a research program plan for direct air capture and other associated carbon removal technologies.
June 13th, 2019
The objectives of this workshop is to gain an understanding of the state of the art and the potential benefits from the next generation of emission reduction technologies. This would include removal and byproduct utilization strategies, for current and future coal-fired utility and industrial applications.
April 30th, 2019
Emerging Advanced Manufacturing technologies will create the coal plant of the future. These plants will respond to the need to provide secure, stable, and reliable power. To achieve this end, it is necessary to transform how coal technologies are designed and manufactured.
September 12th, 2018
WCEE’s Career Building Section invites you to engage in discussions about challenges and opportunities for women working in energy. Vicky Bailey and Sheila Slocum Hollis will share their expertise on overcoming obstacles, discuss skills required for convening stakeholders, and bring examples of leading towards practical solutions for the real world.
July 12th, 2018
This workshop will help inform strategic initiatives in the Department of Energy’s Office of Clean Coal and Carbon Management. The discussions will help identify how big data and machine learning can be better leveraged to enable advanced coal energy systems of the future, a competitive, resilient and flexible existing fleet and in developing new products and uses of coal and coal by-products to create new businesses and industries.
March 20th, 2017
These workshops addresed two topical areas of increasing interest in the region: 1) a refresher course on calculating net transfer capacity; and 2) modeling and simulating the behavior of HVDC back-to-back converter stations.