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Energy Intensive Processes 2008 Lab Call: : A link to the full Funding Opportunity Announcement is found by scrolling to the bottom of this page. This is a restricted eligibility. Only DOE/NNSA National Laboratories (FFRDCs) are eligible to apply as prime. They are responsible for organizing and leading the project team. Industrial participation is a mandatory requirement. Collaborations involving educational institutions, industrial companies, and R D organizations (FFRDCs as well as others) are encouraged. The purpose of this Program Announcement (PA), Energy Intensive Processes 2008 Lab Call, is to solicit, select and fund cost-shared R D projects at DOE National Laboratories (FFRDCs) to develop innovative technologies that, when deployed commercially, would reduce the energy requirements for energy-intensive processes across many industrial sectors. This is in direct support of the EPAct Section 106 goal of voluntary reduction of energy intensity of U.S. manufacturing industries by 25% over next ten years and the concomitant reduction of carbon foot print of the US industries. Applications for this Funding Opportunity Announcement must be accessed, completed, and submitted through Grants.gov at http://www.grants.gov to be considered for award. Questions regarding the content of the announcement should be submitted through the Submit Question feature of the DOE Industry Interactive Procurement System (IIPS) at http://e-center.doe.gov. VERY IMPORTANT: To complete and submit applications through Grants.gov, there are several actions you must complete (e.g., obtain a Dun and Bradstreet Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number, register with the Central Contract Registry (CCR), install the PureEdge Viewer, register with the credential provider, and register with Grants.gov). Applicants are highly encouraged to register as soon as possible and should allow at least 21 days to complete the registration process. When done, call the Grants.gov Helpdesk at 1-800-518-4726 to verify successful registration. Registration Instructions are found on the Grants.gov web site at http://www.grants.gov and in the Funding Opportunity Announcement. Microsoft Vista and Office 2007 Compatibility: Grants.gov is currently incompatible with both the new Microsoft (MS) Vista Operating System and the new Microsoft (MS) Office 2007 versions of Word, Excel, and Power Point. In order to create and submit your application to Grants.gov, you must find a computer with a previous version Microsoft Operating System, such as Windows XP. If you attach a file created using MS Office 2007, you will not get an error message when you submit the application, HOWEVER, your entire application will not be able to be processed or accepted at Grants.gov and will not reach DOE. Grants.gov can accept applications with attachments created in MS Office 2007 if the attachments are saved in the prior format. See the http://www.grants.gov/assets/Vista_and_office_07_Compatibility.pdf for detailed instructions on how to do this. A file created in MS Office 2007 can be identified by the x at the end of the file extension, for example sample.docx for a Word file. Help Mode: It is important to complete all the required fields in accordance with the pop-up instructions on the Application forms. To activate the instructions, turn on the Help Mode (Icon with the pointer and question mark at the top of the form). Should you have questions regarding the operation of Grants.gov, please contact the Grants.gov Contact Center at email@example.com or 1-800-518-4726. Contact Center hours of operation are Monday - Friday from 7:00am to 9:00pm Eastern Standard Time.
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