Focus on safety, security, and resilience of energy infrastructure and assets, high-efficiency conversion of low and zero-carbon energy sources to electricity, and the back end of the nuclear fuel cycle.

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Address challenges associated with the understanding and predictability of climate evolution, reduce the amount of energy required to produce/transport safe supplies of water, reduce impact of energy production on scarce water resources, and develop/produce subsurface energy sources with reduced environmental impact.

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Focus on predictive simulation of engines, co-evolution of biofuels and powertrains, enabling a hydrogen infrastructure, and safe and reliable energy storage components and systems.

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