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  1. Scalable AEM Electrolyzer Stack Operating with Tap Water

    SBC: EVOLOH, INC.            Topic: C5618l

    Clean hydrogen, that is hydrogen produced from water and renewable electricity by electrolysis without any CO2 emissions, is the most promising alternative to fossil fuels as an energy carrier and industrial feedstock. The U.S. Department of Energy's Hydrogen Shot Initiative aims to reduce the cost of 1 kg clean hydrogen to $1 by 2030, down from $5 today. This cost is currently adversely impacted ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  2. Low Loss LH2 Servicing System for Heavy Duty Vehicle Fueling

    SBC: ETA SPACE LLC            Topic: C5618g

    C56-18g-274302This proposal is in response to Funding Opportunity Announcement DE-FOA-0002903 calling for small business development of technologies in support of the hydrogen and fuel cell industry. Specifically, Subtopic C56-18.g is seeking Liquid Hydrogen (LH2) Fueling and Delivery Components for the trucking and heavy equipment industry. These LH2 servicing technologies have the potential to r ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  3. Topic 12a. Scalable Manufacturing of Multilayer Electrodes with Integrated Ceramic Separators for Improved Safety, Increased Energy Density, and Reduced Cell Assembly Cost

    SBC: ENPOWER INC            Topic: C5612a

    Every lithium-ion battery in production for the world’s largest markets requires a polyolefin separator between anode and cathode. These separators, even at their most advanced, do not provide a preferable level of safety in the event of physical trauma to a cell or heat buildup within the cell. This problem will only become more acute as batteries move towards the higher energy densities and po ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  4. Precious Metal Recovery and Recycling for Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers at End-of-Life

    SBC: FC RENEW, LLC            Topic: C5611b

    FC Renew has discovered a novel process to remove and recover platinum group metals (PGMs) from assembled end-of-life fuel cells that can be performed at room temperature that does not leach PFSA into the environment to obtain a high-yield recovery of platinum unlike conventional pyrolysis recycling methods that require costly labor to dissemble the cells and leach PFSA into the environment upon p ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  5. 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
  6. Data Platform Enabling Wave Energy Converter Performance and Sensor Optimization: Wave Energy Converters Impact Wave Data and What to do about it?

    SBC: OCEAN MOTION TECHNOLOGIES INC            Topic: C5614a

    Big data in the ocean promises to bring about significant economic, environmental and security benefits. Power remains the single biggest obstacle for big data in the ocean. Currently, there is no cost-effective power solution for off-grid, small-scale applications at sea. Expensive specialized oceanographic operations are needed to maintain small-scale power infrastructure at sea. This increases ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  7. Hydropower and Dam Cybersecurity: Protection and Monitoring Using Next Generation Data Diodes

    SBC: Fend Incorporated            Topic: C5614c

    As our nation takes the global lead in transitioning to renewable energy sources from fossil fuels, hydropower’s role as a key component in this transition will only increase. With increasing reliance on hydropower, the Nation also faces dam infrastructure that is rapidly aging, necessitating a technological and Industrial Control System (ICS) modernization which increasingly relies on connectiv ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  8. Project RISE (Risk-Informed System Engineering): An Enterprise Infrastructure for a Smart Safety Case Design of Nuclear Power Plants

    SBC: FPOLISOLUTIONS LLC            Topic: C5640o

    FPoliSolutions has developed a service called Risk-Informed System Engineering (RISE) digital infrastructure. The development was motivated by the need to address difficulties associated with the practical implementation of NEI 18-04 originally for the advanced reactor developer industry. However, the framework is generic and intended to orchestrate complex modeling and simulation workflows for a ...

    SBIR Phase I 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 mat ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  10. X-RAY SOURCE FOR DETECTOR CALIBRATION

    SBC: omega-p r&d, Inc.            Topic: C5602a

    The US Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation Research and Development agency has an objective to reduce reliance on high-activity commercial and industrial radioactive sources used in calibration systems. One approach to achieve this goal is by use of novel electron accelerators to produce x-rays that can reach the needed gamma-ray dose rate, repeatability, and stability for calibration, while reducing ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
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