DOE Announces Upcoming Funding (est. February 2023)
DOE Funding Announcement!
Interested partners — Please reach out to UCC for partnership and project opportunities.
Funding Posting Date: TBD (est. February 2023)
Funding #: DE-FOA-0002892
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)‘s Vehicle Technology Office has announced a notice of intent to issue the Fiscal Year 2023 Vehicle Technologies Office Program Wide Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA).
“This FOA will advance research, development, demonstration, and deployment (RDD&D) in several areas critical to achieving net-zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050, including: reduction of weight and cost of batteries, reduction in life cycle emissions of advanced lightweight materials, reduced costs and advanced technologies for both on- and off-road vehicle charging and infrastructure, innovative public transit solutions, and training to increase deployment of these technologies among diverse communities.”
Areas of Interest Include:
- Area of Interest 1: High-Capacity, Long Cycle Life Lithium-Sulfur (Li-S) Batteries
- Area of Interest 2: Advanced Integrated Charging System
- Area of Interest 3: Charging Concepts for Off-Road
- Area of Interest 4: Circularity and Sustainability of Polymer Composites for Vehicle Lightweighting and Decarbonization
- Area of Interest 5: Low Cost, Low Carbon Magnesium Production
- Area of Interest 6: Novel Lightweight Materials
- Area of Interest 7: Modeling, Analyzing, and Addressing Knowledge Gaps in the Workforce Supporting Electric Vehicles and the Related Supply Chain
- Area of Interest 8: Mobility System Approaches Supporting Public Transportation
- Area of Interest 9: Reducing Soft Costs of Electric Vehicle Infrastructure to Enable Widespread Deployment
- Area of Interest 10: Addressing Critical Workforce Training Needs for Transportation Electrification
- Area of Interest 11: Consumer Education for Electric Vehicle Charging
- Area of Interest 12: Demonstration and Deployment – Open Topic
Learn more about the notice of intent for this FOA Here
For partners who may be interested in partnering with Utah Clean Cities, please contact Kelly Barrett, Sr. Project Manager or Tammie Bostick, Executive Director.