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Last Week in Review (01/29/24-02/02/24)

Here's a recap of opportunities posted to the GMA blog last week.


Click the link to see the full post and find out more.


Open Solicitations:

Environment and Agriculture:

USDA is accepting applications for grants to help agricultural producers maximize the value of their products and venture into new and better markets. The grants help farmers and ranchers generate new products, create marketing opportunities, and increase their incomes through value added activities.

The Healthy Soils Program Incentive Grants are part of the Healthy Soils Program (HSP), which stems from the California Healthy Soils Initiative, a collaboration of state agencies and departments that promotes the development of healthy soils on California's farmlands and ranchlands.

The PACSP Program aims to advance biodiversity conservation through research in organismal biology, ecology, and/or evolution.

The Farm & Ranch Solid Waste Clean Up & Abatement Grant program offers financial support to address the cleanup & prevention of illegal dumping on properties designated for agricultural purposes.

This program supports the construction, alteration, acquisition, modernization, renovation, and/or remodeling of a research facility.

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) opened new funding to small businesses for innovative clean energy technologies as part of its Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) programs.


Housing and Community Outreach & Development:

This third round of Behavioral Health Bridge Housing (BHBH) Program funding will provide $265,000,000 to county behavioral health agencies (BHAs) for use in the expanded implementation of bridge housing services for Californians experiencing homelessness who have serious behavioral health conditions.

The HOME-ARP Housing Plus Support Program provides funding for service providers to provide critical services to qualifying populations who are homeless, at risk of homelessness, and exiting homelessness, and to prevent vulnerable qualifying populations from losing housing.

VI programs are victim focused restorative justice programs provided by community-based organizations. These programs must employ restorative justice principles, have an emphasis on incarcerated individual accountability, and provide opportunities for incarcerated individuals to understand the impact of the harm caused by crime.


Technology:

This opportunity will advance platform technologies upon which battery manufacturing capabilities can be built. This R&D will improve manufacturability and scalability of sodium-ion batteries, flow batteries, and nanolayered films for energy storage.



Requests for Information:

This request for information (RFI) is intended to inform the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Solar Energy Technologies Office (SETO) on specific research, development, and demonstration opportunities to enable near-term deployment of receivers for concentrating solar-thermal power (CSP) plants, and reactors for CSP industries.

The RFI seeks feedback on Part 1, focusing on zero operating emissions, aiming to define buildings as highly energy-efficient, emission-free from on-site energy usage, and solely powered by clean energy.

The purpose of this RFI is to solicit feedback from industry, investors, developers, academia, research laboratories, government agencies, potentially impacted communities, and other stakeholders on potential industrial carbon capture demonstration and deployment projects, including potentially ideal locations for these projects in the United States. Input is encouraged from both domestic and international entities.



Forecasted Opportunities:

Washington will pass through $2,046,501 in federal formula funding for the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant Program (EECBG) to cities and counties ineligible for direct allocations from the federal Department of Energy. 

This Notice of Intent supports DOE’s current vision to secure diverse, resilient, domestic critical minerals and materials (CMM) supply chains.




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