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NETL-Supported Project Develops Promising REE Extraction Method from Coal Refuse

In a National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL)-supported project with Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), researchers developed a safe and efficient processing technology that extracts and concentrates rare earth elements (REE) from coal refuse material. The new p...
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NETL-funded Cooperative Agreement Develops New Rare Earth Element Extraction Sorbent

Wayne State University (WSU) researchers successfully produced a potentially economically viable concentration of rare earth elements (REEs) from domestic coal fly ash. This project is part of a National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL)-funded cooperative agreement. Its success marks an important...
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Recovering REEs from Coal Fly Ash Using Acid Digestion and Electrowinning Processes

Battelle Memorial Institute (BMI) and Rare Earth Salts (RES) demonstrated that developing an environmentally benign and economically sustainable process for recovering rare earth element (REE) products from domestic coal ash sources is possible. A part of a National Energy Technology Laboratory (NET...
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Developing Robust Energy Storage Systems for Fossil Fuel Plants

The U.S. electric grid has been described as the biggest machine on Earth. From home appliances, computers, and electronics all the way to commercial and industrial heating, cooling, and refrigeration, we depend on electric power. Electricity is essential to modern life, and the U.S. Department of E...
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