ous committee report, as well as DOE documents, for further details (DOE, 1999a, b, c; DOE, 2002b; NETL, 2001; NRC, 2000). Chapter 2 presents the committee’s key strategic recommendations for the Vision 21 Program as a whole. In it, the committee has tried to keep its recommendations to a minimum to focus the attention of DOE and NETL on key critical issues. Finally, Chapter 3 addresses each of the technology areas under development in the Vision 21 Program. Those familiar with the committee report issued in 2000 will note that at that time, Vision 21 distinguished between “enabling” technologies and “supporting” technologies, a distinction that has been removed from the program and is not reflected in the current report. The appendixes present committee members’ biographical information (Appendix A) and activities of the committee to collect information (Appendix B).

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