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DOE Seeks Input and Collaboration on Science and Technology Response to COVID-19
If you have any ideas on specific research questions underpinning COVID-19 response that the research community may answer through DOE user facilities, computational resources, and enabling infrastructure, please email them to SC.DCL@science.doe.gov. More information can be found in the Dear Colleague Letter on DOE’s Coronavirus Resources Hub. Responses will be reviewed beginning March 18, 2020.
DoD and DOE Join Forces on Funding Opportunity to Develop H2Rescue
DOE and the Department of Defense (DoD) are working together to develop a first-of-its-kind advanced fuel truck technology concept known as H2Rescue. H2Rescue is a fuel cell/battery hybrid truck designed for use by first responders and military personnel. It can provide power, heat, and even potable water for up to 72 hours. Apply for this solicitation, which allows for up to nearly $1 million in federal funds and must include an equal contribution of funds from industry partners. The deadline to apply has been extended to April 30, 2020.
Open Funding Opportunity to Advance Hydrogen and Nuclear Integration
DOE’s EERE and Nuclear Energy (NE) Offices announced funding through the U.S. Industry Opportunities for Advanced Nuclear Technology Development Funding Opportunity. The current solicitation under this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) makes available up to $21 million in federal funding to innovative projects aimed at leveraging and optimizing synergies between nuclear and hydrogen technologies for energy security, resilience, and affordability. Learn more about the synergies between hydrogen and nuclear energy and apply for this funding opportunity by June 30, 2020.
DOE Issues Funding Opportunity Announcement to Enable New H2@Scale Markets
DOE announced its Fiscal Year 2020 H2@Scale New Markets FOA. Concept papers were due February 25, and selected projects will be announced in June 2020. The FOA will include more novel demonstration and R&D projects for several emerging new hydrogen markets and applications. It makes available up to $64 million in federal funding for projects that demonstrate effective ways to scale up affordable hydrogen and fuel cell technology options for expanded supply and demand.