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DOE BIL - Advanced Energy Manufacturing and Recycling Grant Program - $350M Available CP Due 3/14/23

Opportunity Title:

Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Advanced Energy Manufacturing and Recycling Grant Program Section 40209

Opportunity Number:

DE-FOA-0002907

Description:

Through this Funding Opportunity Announcement, as supported by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the Advanced Energy Manufacturing and Recycling Grant Program will support projects by small- and medium-sized manufacturing firms to establish new or re-equip or expand existing industrial facilities in eligible energy communities to produce or recycle advanced energy property. Topic Area 1: In conjunction with the eligibility requirements set forth in the FOA, the objective of this topic area is to build a new manufacturing or recycling facility for the production or recycling, as applicable, of advanced energy property. Topic Area 2: In conjunction with the eligibility requirements set forth in the FOA, the objective of this topic area is to re-equip or expand a manufacturing or recycling facility for the production or recycling, as applicable, of advanced energy property.

Eligibility:

The proposed prime recipient must be a small- or medium-sized manufacturing firm as defined by BIL Section 40209. To demonstrate eligibility, applicants must provide evidence to demonstrate that they fall within North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes 31-33 and that, at the time of application, they meet the following eligibility criteria:

1. Gross annual sales of less than $100,000,000;34

2. Fewer than 500 employees at the plant site of the manufacturing firm;35 and

3. Annual energy bills that total more than $100,000 but less than $2,500,000.36


In demonstrating eligibility with respect to the criteria above, a prime recipient is defined to include its affiliates, as affiliation is defined in 13 CFR § 121.702(c).


The proposed project must be located in (a) a census tract in which a coal mine closed after December 31, 1999, ( b) a census tract in which a coal-fired electricity generating power plant unit closed after December 31, 2009, or (c) a census tract immediately adjacent to (a) or (b). To assist potential applicants in identifying eligible project locations, DOE has made a map showing relevant coal mine and coal-fired electricity generating power plant unit closures, as well as immediately adjacent census tracts, available here. Potential applicants can also access this map under Program Resources here: Advanced Energy Manufacturing and Recycling Grants | Department of Energy.


Award Details:

Total Amount Available: $350M

Maximum Award: $100M


Submission Details:

Concept Paper Deadline: 3/14/23

Application Deadline: 6/8/23

Timeframe for Selections: November 2023



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