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The Solar Desalination funding program will explore novel technologies that use solar-thermal energy to assist in creating freshwater from otherwise unusable waters like seawater, brackish water, and contaminated water. Improvements to thermal desalination technologies and low-cost, integrated designs for solar-thermal collection and storage can reduce the cost of desalination, while also enabling smaller and more portable systems

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Solar Desalination projects will reduce the LCOW by lowering the LCOH, which will result in more efficient desalination processes and lower overall capital and integration costs for solar-thermal desalination. The projects aim to make improvements to current state-of-the-art and near-commercial systems, produce repeatable results, and include clear, market-driven objectives. Successful sub-components will be tested in an integrated system and will determine a credible pathway to commercial development

Projects that address challenges for large-scale plants processing high-volume, low-salinity water, like sea water for a municipal utility, are expected to target a LCOW of $0.50 per cubic meter, to achieve wide applicability in the United States. Projects that address challenges for small-scale plants processing low-volume, high-salinity water, like brine from oil and gas operations target a LCOW of $1.50 per cubic meter

Project Name: Solar-Driven Desalination by Membrane Distillation using Ceramic Membranes Location: Storrs, CTDOE Award Amount: $800,000Awardee Cost Share: $332,088Principal Investigator: Jeffrey McCutcheonProject Summary: This project will develop and test ceramic membranes for solar-driven membrane distillation (MD) systems for desalination. The challenges that ceramic membranes face for MD applications are mass and heat transfer, wetting, scaling, and fouling. These challenges will be addressed by designing and optimizing membranes at a small scale, and later applying the lessons learned to larger-scale elements that can be used with a solar-thermal test bed

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Project Name: High-Efficiency, Zero Liquid Discharge, Multiple-Effect Adsorption DistillationLocation: Hamilton, NJDOE Award Amount: $1,600,000Awardee Cost Share: $400,000Principal Investigator: Dr. Howard YuhProject Summary: Adsorption distillation, a technology based on using materials that are able to adsorb large volumes of water vapor, is well-suited for zero liquid discharge applications where the incoming brine or waste water must be completely separated to produce only purified water and solid salt. This team will develop a multi-stage adsorption water distiller with the ability to use the same adsorbent beds for both a liquid-only distiller to concentrate brine and a liquid-solid crystallizer to generate solid salt by-products, by only altering only the input mechanics

Project Name: Direct Solar-Thermal Forward Osmosis Desalination of Produced WatersLocation: Berkeley, CADOE Award Amount: $800,000Awardee Cost Share: $200,000Principal Investigator: Robert KosteckiProject Summary: This team will develop an integrated ionic liquid-based forward-osmosis water treatment system for waters produced from high-salinity and/or high total dissolved solids levels which cannot be treated directly by reverse osmosis. By enabling the use of low-grade solar heat to drive the separation and regeneration processes at a small capacity, this technology will allow for integrated desalination systems that can be built at a low capital cost