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DOE Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Technologies Office Issues FY22 Multi-topic FOA: CP Due 2/3

Opportunity Title: Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Technologies Office FY22 Multi-Topic FOA

Opportunity Number: DE-FOA-0002864


The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) announced a $52 million funding opportunity announcement (FOA) that will accelerate research, development, and demonstration (RD&D) in domestic manufacturing to strengthen America’s economic competitiveness and move the U.S. towards a net-zero carbon economy by 2050. The FOA, led by EERE’s Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Technologies Office (AMMTO), will drive innovation to develop the next-generation materials and manufacturing technologies required to help tackle the climate crisis, secure our domestic supply chains, and position the U.S. as a leader in the global clean energy economy.

The technologies supported by this funding will advance economy-wide decarbonization by reducing the carbon footprint across the industrial, buildings, transportation, power, and agricultural sectors.

The FOA includes the following topic areas:

Next Generation Materials and Manufacturing — This topic area, supported in part by the Office of Electricity, focuses on the cost-effective manufacturing processes and development of novel materials with improved properties such as high strength, enhanced conductivity, or high performance under extreme conditions. Specific subtopics include increased conductivity metal-based material systems, harsh environment materials, and AI/machine learning for aerostructures.

Secure and Sustainable Materials — This topic area focuses on materials RD&D to support the establishment of a circular economy with an emphasis on material and product design, recycling technology development, and reverse supply chain logistics. A specific area of interest is regional pilot-scale demonstrations of circular supply chains that include advancements in technologies such as innovative material recovery, end-of-life processing, and recycling.

Energy Technology Manufacturing — This topic area, co-funded by the Building Technologies Office, focuses on clean energy technology manufacturing innovation to improve performance and address technical barriers. Specific subtopics are building dehumidification scale-up and the development, scale-up, and demonstration of processing technologies to manufacture state-of-the-art cathode active materials (CAM) for domestic electric vehicle battery manufacturing. 


The proposed prime recipient and subrecipient(s) must be domestic entities. The following types of domestic entities are eligible to participate as a prime recipient or subrecipient of this FOA:

1. Institutions of higher education;

2. For-profit entities;

3. Non-profit entities; and

4. State and local governmental entities, and tribal nations.

To qualify as a domestic entity, the entity must be organized, chartered or incorporated (or otherwise formed) under the laws of a particular state or territory of the United States; have majority domestic ownership and control; and have a physical place of business in the United States. See Solicitation for more detail.

Award Details:

Total Amount Available: $52M

Submission Details:

Concept Paper Deadline: 2/3/23

Full Application Deadline: 4/7/23

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