Carbon Management with DOE's Dr. Jen Wilcox, from My Climate Journey, Dr. Wilcox talks about her transition from academia to the DOE and explores the changing mandates under the Biden-Harris administration. This podcast includes key topics, such as point-source carbon capture, direct air capture, underground CO2 sequestration, tax credits and incentives such as the 45Q tax credit. Dr. Wilcox also provides insights into the commercialization progress for carbon capture, market evolution and recent DOE FECM carbon dioxide removal purchase pilot prize!
The Climate Race: Carbon Removal's Magic Number, from Zero by Bloomberg, Dr. Jennifer Wilcox, head of the US Department of Energy’s office discusses funding two gigantic carbon removal hubs and many small demonstration projects. This talk includes a discussion around why carbon removal is so complicated, crucial, and hitting the magic number $100/tCO2.
Exploring the CO2 Emissions Terms: Understanding the Science and Solutions, from the Cheers to CO2 podcast, Dr. Wilcox provides a dive into the complex world of CO2 emissions, starting with navigating the main concepts of carbon-neutrality, carbon negative emissions, carbon utilization, carbon capture and storage, and more! Learn about the advantages and pitfalls of direct air capture technologies and ways that their development can be expedited from the academic and government perspectives.
What's Next for CDR in the USA? from webinar series "The is CDR," Jennifer Wilcox, the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the US Department of Energy Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management (FECM) tells us about her work leading FECM and what's next for the advancement, deployment, and scaling of CDR in the US.