Funding mechanisms needed to address "valley of death" while avoiding accusations of corporate welfare

The “valley of death” – the lack of government funding for postdiscovery but precommercial technology development – was widely acknowledged by workshop participants. In one of the breakout sessions, representatives from companies such as GE, Graftech, Arkema, and Solutia suggested that the DOE estab...

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