The Integrated Carbon Management (ICM) Program invests in research, development, and demonstration efforts that are integral to Fossil Energy and Carbon Management (FECM), including Energy Storage Grand Challenge (ESGC), Simulation Based Engineering (SBE), University Training and Research (UTR), Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR), Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR), Technology Commercialization Fund (TCF), and Supercritical Carbon Dioxide (sCO2) power cycles research. The ESGC Program focuses on integrating energy storage technologies with new and existing power plants to help attain net-zero emissions in the power sector by 2035. The SBE program supports FECM in the development and application of new and innovative physics- and chemistry-based models and computational tools at multiple scales (atomistic, device, process, grid and market) to accelerate development of clean energy technologies. The UTR Program supports the training for the next generation of engineers and scientists in the energy field, while the SBIR/STTR and the TCF Programs help develop public/private partnerships to commercialize technologies. The central goal of the sCO2 power cycles program is to push forward and commercialize advanced power cycles that have higher efficiency and do not require water.