DOE Looks to Support Energy-Related Technology Commercialization

Kaitlyn Anness

February 10  in Partnership Opportunities

The Department of Energy is looking to its national laboratories to submit energy-related technology with commercial potential. The agency's Office of Technology Transitions Technology Commercialization Fund has been replenished with $20 million to advance the promise of energy-related technology in the commercial field.

“Every day our national labs are developing innovative new technologies that have the potential to revolutionize the way we generate, store, and transmit energy,” said Jetta Wong, Director of the Office of Technology Transitions, in a news release. “But in order to accelerate the use of clean energy technologies, we need to get more of these breakthroughs out of our labs and into our marketplace. The launch of this fund is an important milestone for OTT as it approaches its one-year anniversary and demonstrates our efforts to expand the commercial impact of DOE’s research and development portfolio.”

Proposals from the DOE national laboratories will be reviewed by DOE personnel and independent evaluators. Proposals showing the most promise in energy technology commercialization, as well as a proposed funding match, will be selected.

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