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  1. Liquid Hydrogen Fueling and Delivery Components

    SBC: KEPNER PRODUCTS CO            Topic: C5618g

    Check valves perform an important role in the liquid hydrogen infrastructure, allowing flow in only one direction and self-closing to prevent potentially damaging backward flow. Growth in liquid hydrogen fueling markets requires reducing the cost of hydrogen, from liquefaction to delivery to end user. High flow rates are necessary to match customer’s acceptable refueling time. Check valves curre ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  2. Bat Detection and Species Determination Around Wind Turbines using AI

    SBC: KITWARE INC            Topic: C5617a

    Problem Statement The increased use of wind energy has negatively affected resident and migratory bat species. Innovative and cost-effective technologies, such as passive acoustic monitoring, are needed to refine our understanding of the risks of wind turbine interactions. However, challenges remain in using acoustic data to identify call signatures of bat species, such as the quality of annotated ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  3. Low-cost Lidar for Efficient Wind Energy Production

    SBC: BOULDER NONLINEAR SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: C5617a

    C56-17a-273634Wind energy is becoming one of the least expensive resources for producing electricity when compared to building new plants to provide electricity from nuclear, coal, oil or gas. According to Forbes, this is true even for unsubsidized wind power plants and indicates that the ever-increasing need for electricity will be fulfilled in part by increasing or expanding land and offshore wi ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  4. Topic C56-40, k: Foil Bearings for Microreactors

    SBC: XDOT ENGINEERING & ANALYSIS PLLC            Topic: C5640k

    Microreactors are a promising technology to address U.S. needs for distributed power generation solutions associated with the electrification of the transportation and heating/cooling sectors, hydrogen production for fuel cells, and ongoing requirements for remote military installations. A key component for the commercial success of microreactors will be balance of plant turbomachinery, including ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  5. Equitable Decarbonization and Evaluation Program

    SBC: ECOLONG LLC            Topic: C5610b

    C56-10b-273657The Biden Administration has set a national goal to be 100% carbon pollution-free electricity by 2035 with at least 50% of energy be locally supplied clean energy such as solar PV, wind, geothermal, energy storage, etc. However, the transition from fossil fuels to clean, renewable energy infrastructures and rising social inequities are two of the most significant socio-technical chal ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  6. Rapid Beryllium Analysis to Expedite Decontamination

    SBC: APPLIED SPECTRA INC            Topic: C5624a

    C56-24a-273660Personnel exposure to beryllium during DOE decontamination and decommissioning (D&D) activities is a health risk. Beryllium is a known human carcinogen and can lead to berylliosis or chronic beryllium disease. Present laboratory-based analytical technologies for measuring beryllium contamination do not provide real-time analysis required to effectively protect workers at DOE D&D site ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  7. Liquid Sodium Electromagnetic Pump

    SBC: DIVERSIFIED TECHNOLOGIES, INC.            Topic: C5640b

    C56-40b-273662Nuclear fission is a proven carbonless technology for electric generation, at present generating approximately 20% of US electricity. The next-generation (Generation IV) advanced reactors will address many of the issues with current and past reactors including improved safety, far better utilization of the fuel, dramatic reduction in high level waste and potentially higher thermal ef ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  8. Multifunctional Ceramic Antifouling, Erosion- and Corrosion-resistant Coating for Hydropower Applications

    SBC: NANOIONIX, LLC            Topic: C5614b

    Hydroelectric power is the world’s largest source of renewable energy. These massive systems are designed for a 50+ year service life, but this can be shortened substantially by poor water quality and the presence of flowing debris, sediment, minerals, and micro- and macro-organisms. Biofouling (especially from invasive species), corrosion, and erosion (wear) of critical components can limit per ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  9. Powder Injection Overmolding of High Burnup Light Water Reactor Fuels

    SBC: J FOSTER & ASSOCIATES LLC            Topic: C5640v

    Globally, the majority of nuclear reactors in operation are light water reactor (LWR) designs and are expected to remain a steadfast low-energy carbon sources for the foreseeable. LWR technology would greatly benefit from fuel materials that can withstand increased burnup, however. By creating a fuel with higher burnup capability, fuels can remain in the reactor longer, leading to less refueling o ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  10. In Situ Catalyst Deposition for Liquid Alkaline Impure Water Electrolysis

    SBC: AVIUM, LLC            Topic: C5618l

    Successful deployment of water-splitting technologies to produce green hydrogen holds the potential to enable large-scale renewable energy storage on the grid and help decarbonize the chemical industry. Currently, every commercial green hydrogen technology uses pure water as the feedstock, which adds to the costs and energy requirements of these systems. If innovative technologies can be developed ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
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