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This annual solicitation sets the research funding priorities for DOE’s Office of Science and is open through the end of the current fiscal year. This year’s funding categories are: Advanced Scientific Computing Research; Basic Energy Sciences; Biological and Environmental Research; Fusion Energy Sciences; High Energy Physics; and Nuclear Physics.
The program will develop, in the near-term, advanced technologies to improve the overall performance of the nation’s existing coal-fired power plant fleet. Projects will support DOE’s Transformative Power Generation Program and the Crosscutting Research Program .
The program supports research and development projects to resolve combustion turbine issues in fossil fuel power generation. The ultimate goals are to improve performance and efficiency with energy produced by fossil fuels.
The SBIR and STTR programs increase private sector commercialization of technology developed through DOE-supported research and development. The agency will support high-quality research on advanced technology concepts.
The program supports applied research and development for technologies and systems that contribute to reductions in building energy consumption. The broad aim is to develop cost-effective technologies.