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  1. Solar-thermal production of synthetic flake graphite from natural gas

    SBC: SolGrapH Inc.            Topic: C5613a

    This project aims to advance and commercially translate technology that uses concentrated solar radiation to convert natural gas directly into high-quality graphite and hydrogen. The solar-driven pyrolysis process involves no catalyst and releases zero CO2 as it captures carbon in the form of high-value graphite in a scalable, roll-to-roll (R2R) process. The pyrolysis process also produces a high- ...

    STTR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  2. Simultaneous Lithium Extraction and Thin-Film Deposition of Lithium Metal for Low-Cost, High-Energy Anodes from Brine Resources

    SBC: ALPHA-EN CORPORATION            Topic: C5613a

    Brine resources in the United States are not amenable to conventional approaches for lithium extraction and the process for fabricating lithium metal from these extracted materials has severe limitations which lead to expensive coatings and subpar battery performance. The proposed project will investigate the use of a novel approach to lithium extraction from brine resources which directly results ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  3. Electrolytic Metal Recovery from Photovoltaic Waste

    SBC: POWERTECH WATER            Topic: C5615b

    Statement of the Problem: Decommissioned solar panels will account for up to 10 million tons of waste in the USA by 2050. PV recycling has seen little development in reclaiming valuable materials present in low concentrations. Copper and silver account for 1% and 0.1%, respectively, of the total waste mass, but represent 7% and 42% of the waste value. To make mass PV recycling economically viable, ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  4. Critical Material Recovery in Cathode-Healing™

    SBC: ONTO TECHNOLOGY, LLC            Topic: C5613a

    This Small Business Innovation Research Phase, I-II Fast-Track proposal, preserves fluoride and critical minerals with technology that leads to decarbonization. Additionally, the work establishes a secure and resilient domestic supply chain of critical minerals. At the same time, it addresses the vulnerabilities in the overconsumption of water and energy. Thus, simultaneously this project aims to ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  5. Rapid Multi-Modal Characterization Tools for PV Manufacturing

    SBC: Optigon            Topic: C5615f

    The commercialization of new solar materials is critical to meet DOE climate and energy independence goals, but the process of developing and scaling these materials is both time consuming and expensive. Characterization tools have enabled rapid improvement of solar materials but lack the ability to operate in-situ with high-speed manufacturing environments and support the scaling of new solar mat ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  6. Simultaneous Lithium Extraction and Thin-Film Deposition of Lithium Metal for Low-Cost, High-Energy Anodes from Brine Resources

    SBC: ALPHA-EN CORPORATION            Topic: C5613a

    Brine resources in the United States are not amenable to conventional approaches for lithium extraction and the process for fabricating lithium metal from these extracted materials has severe limitations which lead to expensive coatings and subpar battery performance. The proposed project will investigate the use of a novel approach to lithium extraction from brine resources which directly results ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
  7. Electrolytic Metal Recovery from Photovoltaic Waste

    SBC: PowerTech Water, Inc.            Topic: C5615b

    "Statement of the Problem: Decommissioned solar panels will account for up to 10 million tons of waste in the USA by 2050. PV recycling has seen little development in reclaiming valuable materials present in low concentrations. Copper and silver account for 1% and 0.1%, respectively, of the total waste mass, but represent 7% and 42% of the waste value. To make mass PV recycling economically viable ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
  8. Critical Material Recovery in Cathode-Healing™

    SBC: ONTO TECHNOLOGY, LLC            Topic: C5613a

    This Small Business Innovation Research Phase, I-II Fast-Track proposal, preserves fluoride and critical minerals with technology that leads to decarbonization. Additionally, the work establishes a secure and resilient domestic supply chain of critical minerals. At the same time, it addresses the vulnerabilities in the overconsumption of water and energy. Thus, simultaneously this project aims to ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
  9. Rapid Multi-Modal Characterization Tools for PV Manufacturing

    SBC: Optigon            Topic: C5615f

    "The commercialization of new solar materials is critical to meet DOE climate and energy independence goals, but the process of developing and scaling these materials is both time consuming and expensive. Characterization tools have enabled rapid improvement of solar materials but lack the ability to operate in-situ with high-speed manufacturing environments and support the scaling of new solar ma ...

    SBIR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
  10. Solar-thermal production of synthetic flake graphite from natural gas

    SBC: SolGrapH Inc.            Topic: C5613a

    This project aims to advance and commercially translate technology that uses concentrated solar radiation to convert natural gas directly into high-quality graphite and hydrogen. The solar-driven pyrolysis process involves no catalyst and releases zero CO2 as it captures carbon in the form of high-value graphite in a scalable, roll-to-roll (R2R) process. The pyrolysis process also produces a high- ...

    STTR Phase II 2023 Department of Energy
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