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Last Week in Review (03/04/24-03/08/24)

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:


Research and Technology:

The General Social Survey (GSS) is a nationally representative interview survey of the United States adult population that collects data on a wide range of topics: behavioral items such as group membership and participation; personal psychological evaluations including measures of well-being, misanthropy and life satisfaction; attitudinal questions on such public issues as crime and punishment, race relations, gender roles and spending priorities; and demographic characteristics of respondents and their parents.

The Breaking the Low Latency Barrier for Verticals in Next-G Wireless Networks (Breaking Low) initiative will accelerate and enable new technologies and contribute to the growth of the U.S. economy in advanced wireless communications.

The Division of Environmental Biology (DEB) Core supports research and training on evolutionary and ecological processes acting at the level of populations, species, communities, ecosystems, macrosystems, and biogeographic extents.



Environment:

The EPA announced a grant funding opportunity to advance innovative, cost-effective, and replicable source reduction approaches that save energy and water, reduce pollution, and improve human health and the environment.

The mission of the Alaska Fisheries Science Center (AFSC) Indigenous Engagement Program (IEP) is to facilitate collaboration with Indigenous Knowledge holders to develop bi-directional and parallel knowledge pathways to support climate-informed fisheries and ecosystem policies regionally and internationally.



Community Development and Infrastructure:

The Byrne SCIP program provides funding to support a multipronged approach to decreasing gun violence in California, supporting local jurisdictions in their efforts to improve firearms relinquishment procedures.

One-Call grants provide funding for state agencies’ damage prevention efforts, including training, changing state underground damage prevention laws, related compliance activities, and public education, to assist in reducing damages to underground pipelines.

The initiative seeks to fund an organization with expertise in assessing program and operational capacity, facilitating Communities of Practice (CoPs), conducting a developmental evaluation for continuous learning and improvement, and addressing the needs of displaced workers impacted by energy sector shifts for future policy and program planning.

The Texas Hydrogen Infrastructure, Vehicle, and Equipment Grant Program (THIVE) provides grants in eligible counties for hydrogen vehicles, equipment, and refueling infrastructure.

The SB 1 Grant Program aims to provide funding for sea level rise (SLR) adaptation planning to help prepare communities for the impacts of climate change.



Agriculture:

The FOA addresses enabling the mobilization of low carbon intensity purpose-grown energy crops across varied agronomic and geographic landscapes through the generation of data and research findings.



Forecasted Opportunities:

The CEC is developing a solicitation to install more publicly accessible charging for passenger EVs in rural communities in the State. This pre-solicitation workshop aims to gather feedback on concepts that would result in projects that demonstrate replicable and scalable business and technology models that can drive EV charging station deployment in rural areas, especially in low-income or disadvantaged communities.

The California Energy Commission (CEC) intends to release a solicitation to support the development and deployment of centralized hydrogen production facilities that produce 5 metric tons of clean hydrogen per day or more. Though this solicitation has been postponed a number of times, the current anticipated release is later March 2024.



General Information and Updates:

Grants.gov will conduct routine system maintenance on the 3rd weekend of every month. The maintenance window will be Saturday 12:01 AM to 6:00 AM ET the following business day (typically Monday). Production System will go Offline Saturday March 16, 2024 at 12:01 AM ET. Production System will go Online Monday March 18, 2024 at 6:00 AM ET.

On February 14, the California Energy Commission (CEC) approved a $1.9 billion investment plan to accelerate progress on the state’s electric vehicle (EV) charging and hydrogen refueling goals. These investments will help deploy infrastructure for light, medium, and heavy-duty zero-emission vehicles (ZEV) across California.





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