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DOE Industrial Efficiency and Decarbonization Office (IEDO) Cross-Sector Technologies – Due 03/20/24

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Industrial Efficiency and Decarbonization Office (IEDO) Fiscal Year 2024 Cross-Sector Technologies FOA



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Industrial Efficiency and Decarbonization Office (IEDO) Fiscal Year 2024 Cross-Sector Technologies FOA is issued by the Industrial Efficiency and Decarbonization Office (IEDO) to advance transformational cross-sector technologies and innovations needed to reduce industrial energy use and GHG emissions through high-impact applied research, development, and pilot-scale technology validation and demonstration projects. The RD&D activities to be funded under this FOA will advance the strategies identified in DOE’s Industrial Decarbonization Roadmap and will support the goals of the Industrial Heat Shot, ultimately helping put the nation on a pathway to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

The Topic Areas included in this FOA are:

  • Topic Area 1: Electrification of Industrial Heat

  • Topic Area 2: Efficient Energy Use in Industrial Systems

  • Topic Area 3: Decarbonizing Organic Wastewater and Wet Waste Treatment

IEDO expects additional funding opportunities to focus on transformational technologies to address subsector-specific challenges in energy- and emissions-intensive industries.

This FOA is part of DOE’s Technologies for Industrial Emissions Reduction Development (TIEReD) Program. This program leverages resources across DOE’s applied research offices to invest in fundamental science, research, development, initial pilot-scale demonstrations projects, and technical assistance and workforce development. Rooted in the principles identified in the 2022 Industrial Decarbonization Roadmap, DOE is building an innovation pipeline to accelerate the development and adoption of industrial decarbonization technologies.


Eligibility will be restricted in Topics 1 and 2 to exclude Federal agencies and instrumentalities (other than DOE), State, local, and tribal government entities as prime recipients (these government entities may apply for funding as subrecipients but not prime recipients). In Topic 3, eligibility will be restricted to waste facilities and qualified for-profit and non-profit entities as either the prime or a subrecipient, with FFRDCs, other Federal agencies and instrumentalities, and educational institutions eligible as subrecipients.

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March 20, 2024

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