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Newly Funded 2015 Materials-related Projects among the $125 Million DOE ARPA-E Awards

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On Nov. 23, 2015, U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz announced $125 million across 41 cutting-edge energy technologies awarded by the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E). 

 

 

Among these well-funded projects, the following ones are materials-related, each of them will receive multi-million dollars funding.  

 

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Ultrahigh Efficiency Photovoltaics at Ultralow Costs
National Renewable Energy Laboratory | Golden, CO | $5,160,000

High Efficiency Alkaline Water Electrolyzers for Grid Scale Energy Storage
Dioxide Materials, Inc. | Boca Raton, FL | $2,000,000

Hydration-Free Conductive Membranes Based on Two Dimensional Materials
Oak Ridge National Laboratory | Oak Ridge, TN | $2,800,000

Low Cost, Safe, and Efficient All Solid State Sodium Batteries for Grid-scale Energy Storage and Other Applications
Iowa State University | Ames, IA | $2,949,872

 

MSE Supplies is a leading supplier of high quality materials and equipment for advanced ceramics research and manufacturing.

Charge-Balanced SiC FETs for Breakthrough Power Conversion
General Electric Company, GE Global Research | Niskayuna, NY | $2,561,606

Roll-to-Roll Processing Ceramic Battery Electrolyte
Corning Incorporated | Corning, NY | $3,102,359

Transitioning Advanced Ceramic Electrolytes into Manufacturable Solid-State EV Batteries
University of Michigan | Ann Arbor, MI | $3,500,000

Dual Mode Energy Conversion and Storage Flow Battery
Proton Energy Systems | Wallingford, CT | $2,500,000

 

MSE Supplies is a leading supplier of high quality materials and equipment for advanced ceramics research and manufacturing.

Precious Metal Free Regenerative Hydrogen Electrode for Fuel-Cell Vehicles
Pajarito Powder, LLC | Albuquerque, NM | $2,790,000

Paintable Heat-Reflective Coatings for Low-Cost Energy Efficient Windows
University of Colorado Boulder | Boulder, CO | $3,955,218

Revolutionary Process for Low-Cost Titanium
Boston Electrometallurgical Corporation | Natick, MA | $2,279,027

Ultra-Low Energy Magnesium Recycling for New Light-Weight Vehicles
INFINIUM, Inc. | Natick, MA | $2,850,000

New High Temperature, Corrosion-Resistant Cast Alloy For Operation in Industrial Gaseous Environments
Oak Ridge National Laboratory | Oak Ridge, TN | $3,900,000

 

MSE Supplies is a leading supplier of high quality materials and equipment for advanced ceramics research and manufacturing.

High Speed Diode and Rectenna for Waste Heat to Electricity Harvesting
RedWave Energy, Inc. | Glen Ellyn, IL | $3,381,448

High Efficiency Wafer-Scale Thermionic Energy Converters
Stanford University | Stanford, CA | $3,636,000

Low Power Consumption, Ultra-High Speed VCSELs for Optical Communication
Princeton Optronics | Trenton, NJ | $1,120,000

High Efficiency Quantum-Dot Photonic Integrated Circuit Technology Epitaxially Grown on Silicon
University of California, Santa Barbara | Santa Barbara, CA | $1,935,325

 

Read the full list of the 41 funded projects with a total awards of $215 million, download here.  

 

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