Recovery Act - Batteries For Electrical Energy Storage In Transportation
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Federal Grant Title:
RECOVERY ACT - BATTERIES FOR ELECTRICAL ENERGY STORAGE IN TRANSPORTATION
Advanced Research and Projects Agency - Energy Financial Assistance Program
Funding Opportunity Number:
Dec 15, 2009
Dec 15, 2009
Original Application Deadline:
Jan 15, 2010
Current Application Deadline:
Jan 15, 2010
Feb 14, 2010
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Applicants Eligible for this Grant
Others (see text field entitled "Additional Information on Eligibility" for clarification)
Additional Information on Eligibility
ARPA-E welcomes submissions from any type of capable technology research and development entity. This includes, but is not limited to, for-profit entities, academic institutions, research foundations, not-forprofit entities, collaborations, and consortia. A Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) may submit a proposal as a project lead entity; only if the FFRDC is the lead for a consortium, collaboration, or other teaming arrangement. The FFRDC may not submit a proposal as a stand along entity. A minimum of 90% of the work, as defined by total project costs, must be performed on U.S. soil, which includes the United States proper, its territories, and territorial waters. PARTICIPATION BY FOREIGN ENTITIES Foreign-owned entities may participate under this FOA as a recipient or sub-recipient if the foreignowned entity is incorporated within the United States. A minimum of 90% of the work, as defined by total project costs, must be performed on U.S. soil, which includes the United States proper and its territories. U.S. preference and manufacturing requirements under the Bayh-Dole Act, 35 U.S.C. 200-212, and DOE regulations and policies will apply to all recipients and sub-recipients. Agreements resulting from the FOA will require recipients to promote manufacturing within the U.S. of products that embody the technology(ies) developed with ARPA-E funding.
The Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) is a new agency of the Department of Energy. ARPA-E was authorized by the America COMPETES Act (PL 110-69) and charged with the mission to fund projects that will develop transformational technologies that reduce America's dependence on foreign energy imports; reduce U.S. energy related emissions, including greenhouse gases; improve energy efficiency across all sectors of the U.S. economy; and ensure that the United States maintains its leadership in developing and deploying advanced energy technologies. Initially funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (PL 111-5), ARPA-E aims to support the development of high risk/high payoff applied science and technology innovations that will have a positive disruptive impact on the energy landscape. In this topic, ARPA-E seeks to develop a new generation of ultra-high energy density, low-cost battery technologies for long electric range plug in hybrid electric vehicles and electric vehicles (EVs). The development of high energy, low cost batteries represents the critical barrier to wide-spread deployment of EVs, which if achieved would have a profound impact on U.S. oil security, greenhouse gas emissions, and economic growth. The ambitious goals for this program are largely based upon the aggressive long term EV battery goals set forth by the United States Automotive Battery Consortium, a public-private collaboration between the U.S. Department of Energy and leading U.S. automotive companies. If successful, new battery technologies developed under this program will give electrified light-duty vehicles range, performance, lifetime, and cost required to shift transportation energy from oil to the domestically powered U.S. electric grid. ARPA-E's objective is to fund high-risk, high reward research efforts that will promote leadership in this emerging EV battery market.
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