Opportunity: Transitional Technology Development to Enable High

Description 

The United States Department of Energy National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) is seeking innovative research and development of the key crosscutting technologies (sensors and controls, high performance materials, simulation based engineering, and water management research) to enable development of next generation advanced energy systems. These technologies will contribute to the goals of high efficiency, near-zero emissions, and effective carbon capture for the next generation energy systems. Innovations in these areas are being supported by NETLs Crosscutting Research Program which aims at bridging the gap between the basic sciences and applied research as it relates to Advanced Energy Systems that utilize domestic resources. Long range transitional type research is needed to support the identification and growth of novel concepts that will lead to scientific breakthroughs and early adoption of innovative concepts into applications for power generation. It is envisioned that the projects will involve multi-organizational teams with phased projects that consider, in part, the needs and interest of the fossil power generation community as a whole, as well as accelerating the development and deployment of crosscutting technologies.

Overview 
Reference number: DE-FOA-0001238
Issue date: 01/27/2015
Response due: 03/30/2015 11:59 PM US/Eastern

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Agency: DOE

Contracting office:

U.S. DOE/NETL
Pittsburgh Campus
626 Cochrans Mill Road
PO Box 10940
Pittsburgh, PA 15236-0940


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Contact: Ashley Scekeres
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Email: Ashley.Reichl@NETL.DOE.GOV

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