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 TechnipFMCJanardhan DavalathManager - FEED, Tendering and Project Engineering Large Business Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Energy TransitionTechnipFMC is a leading technology provider to the traditional and new energies industry; delivering fully integrated projects, products, and services. We are the energy architects. As a global leader in the traditional and renewable energy industry, TechnipFMC delivers innovative technologies, systems, and services to meet the world’s energy needs now and in the future. Within our New Energy business we offer solutions in three pillars: Offshore Hydrogen, Green House Gas removal and Floating Renewables.

Generating hydrogen offshore by electrolyzing seawater using renewable power provides limitless energy. Renewable energy systems often produce more energy than can be consumed at the time. Capturing this surplus energy as hydrogen and storing it for later use to produce electricity will provide stable power supply with zero emissions. Our offshore integration abilities in production systems and umbilicals, risers, and flowlines provide the means to store hydrogen subsea for later use, and to transport it ashore.

Our contributions to greenhouse gas removal begin with carbon transportation and storage (CTS). In CTS, TechnipFMC will safely transport and store carbon dioxide (CO2) by leveraging our existing equipment and integration expertise.

With wind farms moving further offshore to satisfy the growing need for renewable power, there is much opportunity for TechnipFMC in this segment. Our background working in the harsh offshore environment and supplying dynamic systems to the oil and gas industry is directly transferable. This ability to deliver large-scale industrialized subsea projects as well as our manufacturing capacity is key. Our experience is front and center with the Dynamic Inter Array Cable System, which is the most effective solution for transferring power from a floating offshore wind farm to the onshore grid. It ensures reliable power by integrating dynamic and durable cables into a wider system that takes into account the difficulties of water depths not suitable for bottom fixed turbine installations.


Phone: 12812240824

Address: 13460 Lockwood Rd, Houston, TX, 77044, United States
 PC&S Company LLCEdwin C. FiguerresPrincipal Investigator Small Business Bioenergy Sustainable Aviation Fuels, marine, railway transportation, land transportationInterested to partner with DOE Lab for feedstocks for sustainable aviation fuel, marine, railway and land transportation that can meet the target for SAF. Feedstocks are lignin ,bamboo tree, jatropha, camilina and coconut oil. Abundant supply of raw materials to produce lignin by volume which can be used to produce jet fuel. Bamboo tree can grow here in USA, and can be used to produce methanol, and lignin.Big market for the supply of methanol by shipping cargo company in Europe which still buy the methanol from China. The engine of the shipping cargo is powered by M.A.N. shipping engines that run on 100% methanol.
Website: none


Phone: 4054139567

Address: Apartment 1007 1316 NE 12th St, Oklahoma, OK, 73117, United States
 Polykala Technologies LLCMaoqi Mark FengCEO Small Business Advanced Manufacturing (Industrial) Critical Materials Recovery from Scrap and Post-Consumer ProductsPolykala Technologies LLC has been working on critical materials (including rare earth metals) recovery and production from scraps and post-consumer products over 3 years using the pilot plant scale hydrogen processing facility in the company. We are also processing critical minerals recovery with our custom-made plasma facility. The current scale is 50 kg/day.

Other business areas include catalyst and membrane manufacturing.


Phone: 2102484440

Address: 1028 W Nixon St., Unit D, Pasco, WA, 99301, United States
 Hydroplane Ltd.Anita SenguptaCEO Small Business Hydrogen and Fuel Cells  -Development and test of Low temperature PEM fuel cell membrane electric assembly
-Development and test of Low temperature PEM fuel cell technology from component to stack level.
-Development and test of fuel cell balance of plant technology including thermal management, power distribution, software control
-Development of electric propulsion powered by fuel cell technology for aviation, maritime, and ground vehicles
-Aircraft system integration and test with electric propulsion
-Fuel cell stack system integration and test including up to 200 kW load bank, humidification system
-Low temperature PEM thermal management design and test
-Fuel cell gasket design, fabrication, and test
-Endurance testing of H2 fuel cell stacks
-Liquid hydrogen tank design and fuel delivery


Phone: 18187969134

Address: 12410 Foothill Blvd, Unit E, Sylmar, CA, 91342, United States
 Brookhaven National LaboratoryAmy MarschilokScientist and division manager Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Office of Technology Transitions (OTT)  The Interdisciplinary Science Department performs research to help the Nation meet its exponentially growing energy needs over the next century and beyond.
The Energy Systems Division performs research for electric grid modernization, renewable energy system deployment, energy system efficiency and emissions, geothermal energy system materials, and advanced manufacturing methods.
- Energy Conversion: Energy Conversion research offers advanced technical solutions to achieve reduced fossil fuel use in residential and commercial building energy applications. Our focus is on biofuel end use, combustion efficiency and emissions, and system concepts.
- Geothermal Materials: Our research is focused on developing new materials for geothermal well applications that will improve the performance of geothermal systems.
- Renewables and Grid Modernization: Our Renewables and Grid Modernization work supports the development of solutions to key issues facing the deployment, grid integration, and operation of renewable energy technologies in the United States.

The Energy Storage Division conducts leading-edge research into the most promising energy storage technologies for applications ranging from consumer electronics to vehicle technologies to grid-level energy storage. Within our dry room facilities, we can assemble pouch cells up to 2Ah.
-In Situ and Operando Analysis: We have expertise in mechanistic characterization of the electrochemical energy storage processes from the material level to the systems level, to elucidate productive and parasitic processes within functioning batteries.
-Vehicle Technologies: Our research includes study and preparation of novel materials and electrodes for high energy, high power, and safe batteries including those capable of fast charge and function in extreme environments.
-Grid-level Storage: We are focused on developing electrochemical energy storage systems based on sustainable materials for safe, long life batteries.


Phone: 631-344-4551

Address: Interdisciplinary Science Department Bldg. 734, P.O. Box 5000, Upton, NY, 11973, United States
 Shorepower Technologies Inc.Jeff KimPresident and CEO Small Business Integrated Strategies AnyAs your project partner in grant applications and bid response, Shorepower Technologies brings our expertise in Electric Vehicle Service Equipment design, charging equipment options, installation at community and interstate site-host locations, battery-energy-storage for grid balancing, engineering, project management and procurement, networked connectivity and intuitive customer payment options, 24/7 public access operations, and reporting of utilization and environmental benefits.
Our existing Truck Stop Electrification sites already have infrastructure available to tie-in EV charging equipment. This saves on project time and costs, allowing for more EV spaces and L2 and/or DC-Fast charging equipment in the project budget.
As a minority-owned business enterprise (MBE), Shorepower can help your organization meet its diversity goals. We have support from the DOT-DOE Joint Office/ MBDA agency to advance public-private partnerships with Shorepower.


Phone: 5036868844

Address: 5291 NE Elam Young Pkwy, #160, Hillsboro, OR, 97124, United States
 DRG Technical SolutionsPenny HumphreysSr. Research Business Analyst Small Business Renewable Energy Integration (REI)  DRG is a full-service engineering and research firm, focused on the electric utility and infrastructure, inclusive of but not limited to, transmission and distribution planning, grid automation, reliability, and resiliency.
Areas of expertise
- Electric Power System research
- Electric Distribution Engineering Design
- Electrical Substation Design
- Electric Grid Automation
- Advanced sensing and fault detection for Electric Power systems
- Situational awareness for Electric Power systems
- HPC high-performance computing Electric Power supply
- Electrical protection and controls
- Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Electric Power systems
- Renewable generation pv, wind, hydro, nuclear, energy storage, Electric vehicle charging stations
- Electrical Power Quality and Monitoring


Phone: 4232614488

Address: 6070 Poplar Ave Suite 750, Memphis, TN, 38119, United States
 Oak RIdge national LaboratoryJaswinder SharmaSenior Scientist Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Vehicles  ORNL hosts the Battery Manufacturing Facility ( BMF). The BMF provides the ability to analyze every aspect of battery cell development, from raw materials and electrode dispersion preparation to finished product and performance testing. The BMF houses the equipment and instrumentation necessary to research every step in the battery manufacturing process with an emphasis on advanced materials, electrolyte development, electrode formulation chemistry, rheology of slurries, innovative coating technology, and high-performance electrode architectures. The resources include three coating lines, a 1,400 ft2 dry room, and a cell assembly line. The BMF can produce pouch cells of up to 66 × 99 × 12 mm and 6 Ah capacity—large enough to make market decisions yet small enough to affordably demonstrate the impact of innovative technologies. Additionally BMF houses state of the art characterization capabilities including, XPS, XRD, SEM, GC-MS, and electrochemical performance testing capabilities including several Maccor and Biologic cyclers.


Phone: 865-241-2333

Address: 2370 Cherahala Blvd., Knoxville, TN, 37932, United States
 University of MaineAdam DaigneaultAssoc Dir, Ctr for Research on Sust. Forests Academic Cross-Cutting Forest Carbon; Economics; Remote SensingThe University of Maine's Center for Research on Sustainable Forests and Forest Policy and Economics Lab is a diverse group of faculty, staff, and students researching integrated and applied approaches to helping solve complex forest resource issues, including economic analysis of climate change mitigation and adaptation. We have developed forest biomass and carbon models of varying spatial and temporal scales to investigate topics ranging from estimating global timber supply and carbon stocks under different socioeconomic and policy conditions to understanding how landowners prioritize the management of their forests for a range of ecosystem services, including carbon and biomass. We are interested in partnering with DOE labs on this research call through the following:
- Integrating remote sensing and economic modeling tools to improve the spatial and temporal resolution and accuracy quantifying forest carbon stocks and fluxes throughout the US.
- Advancing forest economic models to identify, assess and address economic drivers in forest management, particularly with respect to emphasize the carbon impact of these drivers.
Our models are capable of estimating forest carbon, timber market, and other forest ecosystem impacts at the stand, regional, national, and international scale. Recent project have evaluated the impact of forest carbon offsets project on timber supply, biomass energy, and wood product markets. We have also conducted several analyses to investigate forest carbon market concerns about leakage, additionality, and permanence.


Phone: 207-581-2805

Address: 5755 Nutting Hall, Rm 263, Orono, ME, 04469, United States
 Agile BioFoundryRobin JohnstonBusiness Development Federal Government Strategic Programs  The Agile BioFoundry (ABF) is a consortium of seven U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratories that operate as a distributed biofoundry in collaboration with industry and academia.

Funded by DOE’s Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO), our work supports BETO’s goals to develop sustainable aviation fuels and decarbonize energy-intensive industries. We have developed an extensive design-build-test-learn platform with additional capabilities in scale-up, techno-economic and life-cycle analyses, and host onboarding.

Our Goals
1. Partnerships: Actively develop funds-in and BETO-funded projects that result in technology transfer to industry
2. Tools: Develop and demonstrate engineering biology, computational, and bioprocess tools that advance strain performance for the sustainable production of fuels and chemicals
3. Sustainable Aviation Fuels: Develop innovative pathways, strains, and processes for the production of sustainable aviation fuels
4. Biochemicals: Develop innovative pathways, strains, and processes for the sustainable production of direct replacement and performance-advantaged chemicals


Phone: 510-486-5947

Address: 1 Cyclotron Road Mailstop 978-4212, Berkeley, CA, 94720, United States
 SLAC National Accelerator LaboratoryXueli Sherry ZhengAssociate Scientist Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Industrial Efficiency and Decarbonization Office (IEDO)  - Reducing carbon emission in industrial processes, such as steelmaking, cement and chemical production;
- developing, understanding, and integrating materials and devices for electrocatalysis and battery technologies;
- constructing a toolbox of innovative techniques (synchrotron X-ray spectroscopy and imaging) to establish the fundamental understanding of sustainable manufacturing, electrocatalysis, and battery technologies.


Phone: 5106798124

Address: 2575 Sand Hill Rd, Menlo Park, CA, 94025, United States
 NYCSBUS (NYC School Bus Umbrella Services)Matt BerlinCEO Non-Profit Vehicles Electric Fleet, V2G, V2BWe are an 800 bus school bus company in NYC operating out of six depots. We are rapidly electrifying and demonstrating vehicle to grid and vehicle to building technology. As a non-profit we are orgnaized to innovate for our industry and welcome the chance to support demonstrations of new technology, provide operator-level inights and generally help support the introduciton of new technologies.


Phone: 7183894241

Address: 297 Norman Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, 11222, United States
 EVenergi LLCNicole WrightPursuits Manager Small Business Strategic Programs  EVenergi streamlines the transition to zero-emission vehicles with intelligent software solutions, enabling organizations to plan and manage fleets with a simplified, data-driven approach. EVenergi has developed and markets the BetterFleet platform in the United States, Europe and Asia Pacific. Their vision is to accelerate the transition to zero emission fleets by making it more efficient from a financial, operational and environmental perspective. Founded in 2016, the company has expanded to serve over 200 complex fleets across North America, Europe, Singapore and Australia.

Using real-world data and road-tested algorithms, the BetterFleet platform from EVenergi simplifies planning through automation in charger and vehicle selection, utility infrastructure sizing, and optimization of operational planning. The platform also manages the fleet’s live charging and operations to ensure financial and sustainability goals are met in a way that does not disrupt the core duties of the fleet while minimizing impact on the electricity grid. This is made possible by BetterFleet’s “digital twin” and machine learning technologies that simulate fleet operations with the highest degree of accuracy and optimize ongoing performance.


Phone: 1-888-510-2270

Address: 206 E Huron St, Suite 303, Ann Arbor, MI, 48104, United States
 University of California, MercedRicardo de CastroDr. Academic Vehicles  Our group focuses on electric and robotic vehicles. We are interested in combining power conversion with advanced control and optimization methods as a means of achieving high energy efficiency, durability and reliability of energy storage systems.
Some of the capabilities include:
- controls and optimization;
- power conversion
- energy management;
- thermal management;
- hardware in the loop validation


Phone: 2093052094

Address: 5200 N. Lake Road, Merced, CA, 95348, United States
 Framatome IncJeffrey L. ReedR&D Partnership Manager Large Business Nuclear Nuclear Fuel Design, testing, manufacturing, codes and methods developmentFramatome has decades of experience in fuel manufacturing and testing, recently celebrating its 50th anniversary at the Richland, WA, plant. Framatome engineers have designed and built most of the fuel manufacturing processes from chemical conversion of UF6 to UO2, powder processing, ceramic pelletizing, fuel rod fabrication and fuel assembly fabrication. These manufacturing-project successes demonstrate Framatome’s continued investment in its Richland site and its acknowledged technology leadership in nuclear fuel fabrication. Framatome’s technology has been licensed to other fuel fabricators around the world.
Framatome’s fuel manufacturing equipment is designed to satisfy requirements using rigorous integrated safety analyses, criticality safety and accident scenarios for abnormal events. Framatome will bring the same rigor of design, engineering and analysis to support process industrialization to meet DOE program goals.
Framatome is a fully integrated manufacturer of zirconium alloy products, mastering the complete scope of chemical and metallurgical processes necessary to produce zirconium alloys and compounds at our facilities in France. Framatome is the only zirconium producer to possess its own integrated research and development (R&D) facility. Framatome’s Zr cladding manufacturing facility in Paimboeuf, France, is currently working to qualify multiple full-length physical vapor deposition (PVD) coating machines with the objective of commercializing Cr coatings. This coating technology and expertise can be leveraged to optimize coatings targeted for a SiC-based cladding design.
Framatome’s Richland facility currently fabricates fuel that can support the entire US LWR fleet. It includes 11x11 boiling water reactor (BWR) as well as pressurized water reactor (PWR) fuel designs with lattices varying from 14x14 to 17x17, and a newly developed design to support the small modular reactor (SMR) market. The design of our fuel fabrication equipment allows for easy change out from one design to another, as needed, to service the entire US LWR fleet. This broad experience base demonstrates the diversity and breadth of manufacturing experience in conjunction with continual innovation.
Demonstrating advanced research and development capabilities and continuing investment in innovation. Framatome is leading the way with new fuel-cladding material types like silicon carbide and advanced physical-vapor-deposition (PVD) coating technologies for


Phone: (434) 823-4806

Address: 3315 Old Forest Rd, Lynchburg, VA, 24501, United States
 Loans and Grants HelpDarrin RiberdyMember Small Business Project Management Coordination Office  We assist firms to complete their grant application:

1. Project management of grant applications from start to finish
2. Create application template with client logo and branding
3. Create secure Dropbox site for document management
4. Create application plan with writing assignments and schedule
5. Agency documentation of solicitation and Q&A
6. Facilitate kick-off meeting and all status calls
7. Assistance to complete the concept paper
8. Assistance to complete full application
9. Assistance to complete application forms
10. Assistance to upload to agency portal
11. Assistance with obtaining UEI and
12. Packaging services
13. Assistance with application compliance
14. Assistance with application evaluation


Phone: 9563603960

Address: Schuerbach Road, Mission, TX, 78574, United States