Now Open: DOE Critical Material Innovation, Efficiency, and Alternatives (funded by BIL) – Due 11/10
Critical Material Innovation, Efficiency, and Alternatives
DOE; under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL)
DOE is working to develop reliable, resilient, affordable, diverse, sustainable, and
secure domestic critical mineral and materials supply chains. DOE’s primary
science and technology pillars in this space are to diversify and expand supply,
develop alternatives (materials and manufactured products), improve
efficiencies along the supply chain, and enable a circular economy for critical
materials that includes recycling and waste minimization.
This funding opportunity builds on a number of related CMM funding
opportunities through DOE. With the BIL, the Office of Manufacturing and
Energy Supply Chains (MESC) has funded nearly $2.8B worth of demonstration
and commercial scale facilities for battery materials processing and
manufacturing. And FECM has initiated Front End Engineering Design (FEED)
studies for a Rare Earth Element (REE) Demonstration using mine wastes as
Institutions of higher education;
Nonprofit entities; and
State and local governmental entities and Tribes
In limited circumstances, DOE may approve a waiver to allow a foreign entity to
participate as a prime recipient or subrecipient.
Total Amount Available:
November 10, 2023
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