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  1. A Compact Optical Sensor for Environmental Monitoring of Lithium

    SBC: OPTICSLAH, LLC            Topic: C5604b

    There is a growing need to detect lithium and its build-up in the environment, given its widespread use in lithium-ion batteries and potential use in thermonuclear weapons. Improper disposal of lithium-ion batteries may lead to difficult-to-contain fires and contamination of soil and groundwater. Lithium-6 isotope may also be used in thermonuclear weapons as it can be used to produce tritium. Howe ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  2. C56 17A Passive Loadshedding Trailing Edge

    SBC: GULF WIND TECHNOLOGY LLC            Topic: C5617a

    Wind turbine blade lengths continue to increase, up over 150% in length from 1999 to 2021, with the largest rotors on the market today exceeding lengths of over 110 meters. In addition, the expansion of onshore and offshore wind projects into lower wind speed sites require the development of low specific power products with ever increasing blade length. The net result of the rotor growth leads dir ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  3. Water, Power and Environmental Data Acquisition Protocol


    Hydropower has the ability to play a critical role in curbing climate change because of the carbon­ free services it provides with its large storage capacities and fast ramping rates to complement the intermittency and uncertainty of other renewable energy resources. However, models used for energy system management and planning, largely, do not comprehensively include water avail­ ability or en ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  4. Sea Surface Shape: Topological Feature Assimilation for Marine Energy Resource Assessment

    SBC: GEOMETRIC DATA ANALYTICS INC.            Topic: C5614a

    The Earth’s oceans are an energetic and largely untapped potential source of electrical power generation. Significant engineering and logistical challenges have slowed the installation and utilization of marine energy converters. More accurate and better resolved energy resource availability maps are needed to discover economically viable marine energy sites and technologies. Existing ocean curr ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  5. Monitoring of Spent Nuclear Fuel Integrity with Muon Imaging

    SBC: Decision Sciences International Corporation            Topic: C5641b

    C56-41b-274472Until a final decision is made on the geological depository of spent nuclear fuel (SNF), the majority of it will continue to be stored in dry cask storage systems, primarily composed of welded dry storage canisters. Ensuring the safe storage of aging SNF within these canisters is crucial and requires verification and demonstration of the integrity of the SNF during extended storage p ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  6. Low Temperature Capable Catholyte for use with Garnet-Based Solid-State Electrolytes

    SBC: ION STORAGE SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: C5612a

    Performance of cells with a garnet electrolyte at low temperatures is of critical importance to deployment of solid-state cells in electric vehicles (EV). Though numerous attempts have been made to develop catholytes with low-temperature performance capabilities, the compatibility between catholytes and garnet under low-temperature conditions has not been explored. Realizing low temperature capabl ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  7. CalWave xNode

    SBC: CalWave Power Technologies Inc.            Topic: C5614d

    CalWave’s xNode is enabling the Ocean Internet of Things by providing power and access to data offshore. The xNode is a versatile, adaptable, and resilient ocean observing platform with built-in power generation. It is lightweight and low cost, resilient for storm survivability, and easily stores, ships, and deploys. The xNode facilitates and improves a range of existing and novel offshore missi ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  8. Low Cost, High Performance SiC Junction Barrier Schottky Diodes for Grid Applications

    SBC: ThinSiC Inc.            Topic: C5608a

    ThinSiC proposes to demonstrate the feasibility of making ultra-thin silicon carbide (SiC) Junction Barrier Schottky Diodes (JBSD) with vastly improved thermal conduction, lower defect density, lower cost of production, and eliminating the need to waste SiC substrates, as done in standard manufacturing methods. Here, ThinSiC will also identify failure modes and unanticipated hurdles in production ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  9. Molecular Air Conditioner

    SBC: Energy Wall, LLC            Topic: C5610b

    In response to the Department of Energy FY 2023 Phase I Release 2 Small Business Innovation Research solicitation topic C56-10, “Decarbonization of Agriculture, Buildings, Transport, Industry, and their communities”, Energy Wall, LLC will continue to develop a modular Molecular Air Conditioner (MAC) heat pump and CO2 scrubbing.The MAC heat pump enables existing or new buildings to reach net-ze ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  10. Producing Multifunctional Automotive Composites with Sustainable Plant Based Graphene

    SBC: CLIMATE ROBOTICS INC.            Topic: C5612c

    C56-12c-274665Caron nanomaterials offer substantial potential to improve composite structures by improving strength or adding functionality, but availability is low and carbon impacts of nanomaterial production are substantial. Graphene addition can increase electrical and thermal conductivity for EV battery enclosures but require breakthroughs to be cost effective. Agricultural wastes such as cor ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
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