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  1. A 350 GHz, 1 MW Class Gyrotron for Commercial Fusion Reactors

    SBC: BRIDGE 12 TECHNOLOGIES, INC.            Topic: C5629a

    As we make progress in the design and fabrication of ITER experimental fusion reactor there is new focus on the next generation commercial fusion reactors. Several design concepts have been put forward including the DEMOnstration power station followed by the PROTOtype power station and other concepts for compact reactors. Electron Cyclotron Resonance Heating (ECRH) and Electron Cyclotron Current ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  2. Advanced Battery Controls for Grid and Customer Value

    SBC: Extensible Energy, Inc.            Topic: C5609b

    Aggressive decarbonization and electrification scenarios require a 3000-fold increase in grid-tied storage assets. Grid-tied batteries can only contribute to this challenge if control methods and technology improve dramatically. While grid-scale and residential battery markets are growing rapidly, deployment in small commercial buildings lags significantly. Current projects in this market segment ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. Development of Fiber Optic Dry Cask Monitoring System to Enhance Safety and Security of Spent Fuel Transportation and Storage


    Continued use of nuclear power is critical to meeting carbon emission goals and ensuring national security. Nuclear power production continually generates spent nuclear fuel (SNF) that needs to be stored in robust storage units called dry casks. The development and deployment a self-contained structural health monitoring system of these dry casks will enhance the safety and security of the payload ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  6. Hydrogen transportation and storage components made with metal hybrid additive and subtractive manufacturing

    SBC: MULTISCALE SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: C5626c

    The rising demand for renewable energy requires development of innovative energy storage technologies. Hydrogen is a versatile fuel that can be produced using wind, solar, and nuclear energy. Moreover, hydrogen can be stored and transported to provide on-demand access to energy at the point-of-need. However, the domestic hydrogen infrastructure is not yet ready to meet the demands of domestic deca ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  7. A Hierarchical, Secure, Wireless Communications Network Architecture for the Smart Electric Grid, Applicable to Digital Twin

    SBC: TERASPATIAL INC            Topic: C5608b

    TeraSpatial aims to develop a solution, directly addressing the goals of the Office of Electricity (OE), to improve the robustness, reliability, and security of the power grid by delivering a flexible, AI-infused, distributed, secure wireless communications system, based on advances in 5G and Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML), for command and control of the power grid. This cons ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy

    SBC: SENTEK INSTRUMENT, LLC            Topic: C5625d

    Problem Statement: A prevailing approach to monitoring carbon storage sites is to adapt sensing technologies currently utilized in the oil & gas industry to optimize drilling and production. Specifically, taking advantage of traditional electromagnetic techniques to track subsurface carbon dioxide plume movements has been elusive due to an inability to achieve the necessary spatial resolution and ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  9. Dual functional reactor for direct air capture of carbon dioxide and production of oxygenated hydrocarbons in one pot

    SBC: MOLECULE WORKS INCORPORATED            Topic: C5625b

    There are a few major challenges associated with direct air capture (DAC) of carbon dioxide, including 1) lowering capture costs and 2) disposal or usage of the captured carbon dioxide. On the other hand, converting carbon dioxide with renewable electricity into useful products and/or fuels has been hindered by the problems of 1) high costs and 2) availability of carbon dioxide. A new technology - ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  10. Development of Human-safe Microplasma-based Far UV-C Disinfection Modules for Improving Food Safety

    SBC: EDEN PARK ILLUMINATION, INC.            Topic: C5631b

    C56-31b-274046Ensuring the safety of fresh produce is an ongoing challenge, with several serious multi-state foodborne illness outbreaks occurring every year. These outbreaks not only have a substantial human cost but also cause economic losses estimated at $15.6 billion annually. While various approaches to decontaminating fresh produce have been proposed, many of them are restricted by human-hea ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
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