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  1. A real-time water monitor for contaminants in produced water

    SBC: QUANTITATIVE BIOSCIENCES, INC.            Topic: C5628a

    Access to clean, reliable water supplies is critical to our quality of life and our economy, and ensuring this access for generations to come will involve developing novel approaches to determining the safety and composition of water that are practical and affordable. A vast array of toxins are prevalent throughout the country’s drinking water, and the oil and gas industry has effects on water q ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  2. A remote, real-time sensor for groundwater remediation monitoring

    SBC: QUANTITATIVE BIOSCIENCES, INC.            Topic: C5622b

    Access to clean, reliable water supplies is critical to our quality of life and our economy, yet across the country over 100,000 hazardous waste sites are so heavily contaminated that the underlying groundwater doesn’t meet drinking water standards. The contaminants at these sites range from common water toxins, such as lead and arsenic, to other heavy metals, nutrients (nitrogen and phosphorus) ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  3. 10a Direct Air Capture of CO2 and Utilization in Controlled-Environment Agriculture (DACC-UCEA)

    SBC: MOVA TECHNOLOGIES, INC.            Topic: C5610a

    Controlled-environment agriculture, such as commercial greenhouses, add supplemental carbon dioxide to their indoor growing facilities to help improve crop yields. Currently, they acquire their supplemental carbon dioxide supply by burning natural gas or propane or by purchasing it directly for delivery and on-site storage. Indoor farms typically have higher greenhouse gas emissions and are less e ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  4. Reactive Capture of CO2 as Feestock for On-site Green Chemical Production with Absorbent Recycle

    SBC: MEDIA AND PROCESS TECHNOLOGY INC            Topic: C5625a

    Although green hydrogen is the ultimate solution to eliminate CO2 emissions, the general consensus today is that green H2 is not economically competitive presently and in the near future. The conventional approaches are likely to dominate H2 and other fuel production in the intermediate term to at least 2030 to 2050 due to their advantage in technical maturity. Hence, decarbonization technology, s ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  5. Production of Metal Foil and Flat Wire by Single Step Shear-Based Deformation Processing

    SBC: M4 SCIENCES LLC            Topic: C5620c

    Thin-gauge foil and flat wire formats of lithium, aluminum and copper are critical to EV markets – especially for power storage performance and light-weighting of motors. Availability of Al and Cu flat wire for winding high-performance electric motors is constrained by manufacturing complexity and cost. A recent web-quote from a major automotive manufacturer “Wire manufacturing technology upst ...

    STTR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  6. Multi-Gap Fabry Perot Fiber Optic Sensor for Real-Time and Cumulative Leak Detection and Quantification

    SBC: SOLVE TECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCH, INC.            Topic: C5618d

    The impact of hydrogen on global greenhouse emissions can become more significant due to hydrogen loss during industrial production, storage, and/or transport. Measurement and quantification of the cumulative amount of hydrogen released into the atmosphere from the existing infrastructure due to leaks is required for accurate climate modeling and analysis, but commercially available technologies a ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  7. Chromatographic separation of rare earth elements

    SBC: CF TECHNOLOGIES, INC            Topic: C5604a

    C56-04a-272629Rare earth elements are necessary for the manufacture of green energy technologies, defense systems, glass, ceramics, catalysts, and lights. Rare earth element isotopes are also important byproducts of nuclear energy and are sometimes produced as medical isotopes. Many industries therefore require techniques to measure rare earth element content within samples. Measuring rare earth e ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  8. Advanced portable low temperature plasma device for chronic wound disinfection and healing

    SBC: ZYMERON CORPORATION            Topic: C5631a

    Management of chronic wounds remains a clinical challenge, especially when the wounds are infected by either biofilms or antibiotic-resistant microbial pathogens. Low temperature plasma (LTP) technique has demonstrated its proof of concept as an effective, non-antibiotic approach for wound disinfection. So far, commercial medical LTP devices leverage the direct exposure of plasma plume to the woun ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  9. C56-10b Advanced Microencapsulated Carbon Sorbents (MECS) for Distributed Carbon Capture In Buildings

    SBC: IVY CAPTURE INC.            Topic: C5610b

    C56-10b-272692It is a broad goal of our country to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by fifty percent by 2030 and achieve net zero by 2050. The built environment plays a critical role in addressing this goal as our building sector accounts for thirty-six percent of national carbon dioxide emissions. Buildings also act as a reservoir of carbon dioxide where it concentrates and results in increased en ...

    STTR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  10. Power Electronics Manufacturing Improvements for Heavy-Duty Fuel Cell Vehicle Applications

    SBC: MAREL POWER SOLUTIONS INC            Topic: C5618i

    Today’s approaches towards power electronics to convert, condition, and manage the electrical output from the fuel cell stack to charge the onboard battery or provide power to the traction motor are wide and varied, with many of them suffering from cognitive entrenchment. This results in over-engineered bespoke systems, that are neither flexible nor scalable, and often tied tightly with specific ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
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