PATH - A Public Private Partnership for Advancing Housing Technology
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PATHCoRP grants will stimulate the development of innovative housing technologies that can be rapidly introduced into new products designed to further PATH's goals.
Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)
Federal program that provides approximately $1 billion annually to American small businesses for early-stage R&D projects.
Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR)
Joint program of the National Science Foundation and several U.S. states and territories to promote the development of states' science and technology resources through partnerships involving universities, industry, government, and the Federal R&D enterprise.
U.S. Department of Energy - Energy Efficient Building Equipment and Envelope Technologies
Through this solicitation, the Department of Energy seeks applications on behalf of the Office of Building Technology Programs in DOE's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy for innovative technologies that have the potential for significant energy savings in residential and commercial buildings. DOE is seeking to support projects that are advancing energy efficient equipment, envelope and whole building technologies. The research and development areas of interest are as follows: Whole Buildings - Building Performance and Zero Energy; Lighting - Light Sources and Ballasts, Lighting Controls, Luminaries and Distribution Systems, and Lighting Impacts; Space Conditioning Equipment - Energy Conversion Efficiency, and Distribution, Storage, Control and System Integration; Building Envelope - Building Materials and Envelope Systems, and Windows; and Appliances. Solicitation estimated to be released on or about February 28, 2003.
U.S. Department of Energy - Sensors, Controls, Telemetry
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Idaho Operations Office (ID) is seeking applications for cost-shared research, development and demonstration of innovative sensor, control, automation and wireless technologies that will reduce energy consumption, minimize environmental impacts, and enhance economic competitiveness in U.S. industrial manufacturing. This solicitation addresses two separate topics: 1.Crosscutting sensors and controls, 2.Industrial wireless telemetry. Proposals are due March 31, 2003.
Content updated on 8/4/2004
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