Concept Studies for Distributed Wind Technologies (DWT)
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Federal Grant Title:
CONCEPT STUDIES FOR DISTRIBUTED WIND TECHNOLOGIES (DWT)
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Additional Information on Eligibility
No FFRDCs are permitted as Applicants orpartners for this action.
DOE intends to provide financial support for thedevelopment of small windturbine technology, under the provisions of the Energy Policy Act (EPAct)of1992. The low wind speed, small wind turbine development activities areplanned as grants to industry, and guided by several principles: 1)supportingindustry in the innovation of small wind technology; 2) aligning DOE?s WindProgram research and testing activities to support small turbine research;3)continuous coordination of the resulting projects and related supportingresearch to guide program portfolio planning and technology transfer; and4)use of regular project reviews and analytical metrics for assessingperformance, continued applicability of the research, and funding.Under this Funding Opportunity Announcement, DOE is soliciting Applicationsforsmall wind turbine concept studies that demonstrate the potential forimprovements in cost, reliability, and performance in grid-connectedapplications at low wind speed regimes. For purposes of this FundingOpportunity Announcement, low wind speeds are defined as Class 3 (averageof5.35 m/s at an elevation of 10 meters above ground level) and small windturbines are defined as turbines of 100 kilowatts orless.
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