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  1. Novel Anion Conducting Poly (Carbazole) Membranes for Water Electrolyzers, Topic 18m

    SBC: NANOSONIC INC.            Topic: C5618m

    There is a national need for a comprehensive energy portfolio to build a sustainable energy economy while addressing the climate crisis. The Department of Energy’s goals to achieve carbon pollution-free electricity by 2035, and further, to achieve net-zero emission by 2050, will rely on the development of electrochemically driven membrane technologies. Among these technologies is anion exchange ...

    STTR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  2. Scalable High-density Superconducting Flex Cables and Circuits

    SBC: NIELSON SCIENTIFIC LLC            Topic: C5637c

    There is a growing need for a commercially available high-density superconducting flex cable for a variety of ultra-sensitive, high pixel count instruments/focal plane arrays for the study of space as well as quantum computing and quantum information processing. However, traditional flex circuit manufacturing techniques and tools cannot achieve the high channel density necessary for these customer ...

    STTR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  3. A 15 T Superconducting Magnet for 350 GHz, 1 MW Class Gyrotrons for Commercial Fusion Reactors

    SBC: BRIDGE 12 TECHNOLOGIES, INC.            Topic: C5630a

    C56-30a-273585Electron cyclotron resonance heating is a key fusion technology for: a) plasma heating; b) instability control, to stabilize instabilities such as those from Neoclassical Tearing Modes; and c) electron cyclotron assisted startup. Gyrotrons are a proven vacuum tube technology that can generate sufficient power during continuous operation to satisfy these requirements. In this Phase I ...

    STTR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  4. Technology for ultrafast lasers at 2-µm wavelength


    This project addresses the needs outlined in Section C56-35 of the Topics for FY 2023 Phase I, Release 2 DoE SBIR/STTR and more specifically the lasers of Type III and IV listed in the table shown in this section. Over the past decade, a growing number of applications have emerged that require stable, high energy and high repetition rate 2 µm wavelength lasers either for direct use or to drive se ...

    STTR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  5. Design and prototyping of a novel lightweight wave energy converter (WEC) for marine energy harvesting and self-powered marine monitoring

    SBC: 4D MAKER, LLC            Topic: C5614d

    This project will develop and prototype a new class of lightweight, high-performance wave energy converters for short-duration deployment and installation in smaller-scale applications. It is anticipated that the size of the wave energy converter will be in meter or submeter scale, the weight is in kilogram level or less, while the output power will be 5~10 W/m3 or 50~100 mW/kg. The novel energy h ...

    STTR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  6. Reactive CO2 Capture via Inorganic Carbonate Crystallization

    SBC: Carbon To Stone, Inc.            Topic: C5625a

    Despite ambitious targets set by businesses and government to reduce emissions and improve sustainability, industries lack the scalable technologies to achieve these goals. While promising methods to capture and convert CO2 into value-added products including fuels and chemicals have been commercialized, these pathways are thermodynamically uphill, energy-intensive, and require temperatures above ...

    STTR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  7. C56-40.W Optical Fiber Based Distributed Radiation Detection


    Continued use of nuclear power is critical to meeting carbon emissions goals, and the safe operation of these facilities will require advanced sensors capable of operating in the harsh, high temperature irradiated environment of a reactor core. Power distribution is a critical reactor measurement, and the current approach of using Local Power Range Monitors (LPRMs) requires periodic calibration vi ...

    STTR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  8. Porphyridium cruentum: A fast growing microalga as an alternative protein source

    SBC: MICROBIO ENGINEERING INC            Topic: C5610a

    Leading alternative meat companies aim to produce meat mimetic products capable of displacing, in particular, beef livestock with a plant-based food system lower in greenhouse gas emissions, water consumption, and environmental pollution. However, the initial success of the products from these companies has waned, as the nutritional quality, eating experience, and price did not entice customers. T ...

    STTR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  9. 10c Low Carbon Biofuel Intermediate Ethanol Production in a One Pot Simultaneous Saccharification and Fermentation of Agave Biomass for the Ethanol-to-Jet Fuel Conversion Pathway

    SBC: AGAVE B.            Topic: C5610c

    The United States is committed to achieving net-zero emissions in the aviation sector by 2050 as a means of combatting climate change. The use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) which can offset 10% or more GHG emissions from petroleum-based jet fuel is essential to decarbonize this sector. In 2022, SAF accounted for 22 million gallons of the 23 billion gallons of jet fuel consumed at a cost that ...

    STTR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  10. Industrialized Gravity Anchors for Floating Photovoltaics

    SBC: RCAM TECHNOLOGIES INC            Topic: C5615f

    Floating solar photovoltaics is poised for rapid growth in the United States and globally because it offers new cost-competitive solar deployment options and unique advantages, including avoiding land-use conflicts, higher panel efficiency due to evaporative cooling, and improved water quality and conservation. However, modest cost reductions are still required for floating solar to compete with g ...

    STTR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
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