ENERGY CONCEPTS CO., LLC

Basic Information

627 Ridgely Ave.
Annapolis, MD, 21401

Company Profile

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Additional Details

Field Value
DUNS: 89947881
Hubzone Owned: N
Socially and Economically Disadvantaged: N
Woman Owned: N
Number of Employees: 11


  1. Light Weight ECU / AARU

    Amount: $746,213.00

    It is proposed develop an efficient, light weight heat actuated cooling system (HACS) for military applications. The goal is to provide 30% savings in fuel and system weight for meeting a representati ...

    SBIR Phase II 2010 Army Department of Defense
  2. Light Weight 1.5 Ton AARU

    Amount: $69,975.00

    It is proposed to improve the logistics of providing utilities (electricity and chilling) to battlefield military units. The goal is to provide 30% savings in fuel, generator capacity, and system wei ...

    SBIR Phase I 2009 Army Department of Defense
  3. Portable Cogeneration of Power and Waste Heat Actuated Cooling

    Amount: $99,874.00

    As the Department of Defense develops more complex weapons, electronics and computer platforms, there is an increasing demand for both power and cooling. Existing portable means for providing power an ...

    SBIR Phase I 2007 Department of Defense Navy
  4. Water-Conserving Steam Ammonia Power Cycle

    Amount: $749,989.00

    Fresh water is growing scarcer and costlier. Power production is the second largest user of fresh water, consuming about 25 gallons per kilowatt-hour in coal-fired plants. In particular, steam power ...

    SBIR Phase II 2006 Department of Energy
  5. Water-Conserving Steam Ammonia Power Cycle

    Amount: $99,431.00

    79186S Fresh water is growing scarcer and costlier. Power production is the second largest user of fresh water, accounting for 130 billion gallons daily. Unfortunately, current approaches to reducin ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Department of Energy
  6. Mobile Heat Actuated Air Conditioning and Heating Unit

    Amount: $69,887.00

    As DoD develops more complex weapons, electronics and computer platforms there is an increasing demand for both power and cooling. This highlights the urgent need for innovative designs in environment ...

    SBIR Phase I 2005 Army Department of Defense
  7. Absorption Power Refrigeration Cycle

    Amount: $99,335.00

    75990-Waste heat streams represent an enormous untapped energy resource. The smaller the quantity and temperature of the waste heat, the more difficult it is to convert it to power. Yet, the smaller ...

    SBIR Phase I 2004 Department of Energy
  8. A NOVEL ABSORPTION-COGENERATION CYCLE

    Amount: $50,000.00

    TYPICALLY, A COGENERATION SYSTEM DESIGNER MUST CHOOSE BETWEEN A RECIPROCATING ENGINE, WHICH YIELDS EXCELLENT ELECTRICAL EFFICIENCY BUT LOW USEFUL THERMAL OUTPUT OR A GASTURBINE, WHICH YIELDS A LARGE T ...

    SBIR Phase I 1989 Department of Energy
  9. HIGHER LIFT LOWER COST ABSORPTION CYCLES

    Amount: $227,000.00

    THE FEASIBILITY OF MODIFYING AN AQUEOUS NAOH SOLUTION TO PROVIDE A HIGHER LIFT AND LESS CORROSIVE ABSORBENT FOR USE IN ABSORPTION CYCLES IS EXAMINED. THE PROPERTIES THAT ARE PROJECTED (AND IN SOME CAS ...

    SBIR Phase II 1988 National Science Foundation
  10. HIGHER LIFT LOWER COST ABSORPTION CYCLES

    Amount: $40,000.00

    N/A

    SBIR Phase I 1984 National Science Foundation

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