Energy R&D Cost-Sharing Program

Purpose:

This Program is designed to help North Carolina research institutions win Federally funded Energy R&D projects that require cost-sharing, expand the volume and range of Energy R&D in North Carolina, and generate intellectual property that can lead to energy-related jobs in the long term. Research organizations compete for funding by submitting proposals in response to solicitations issued for the DOE Programs.

Eligible Applicants:

This Program is open to any university or other I.R.S. Section 501(c)(3) non-profit organization chartered in North Carolina that intends to apply for U.S. Department of Energy (“DOE”) R&D funds under DOE programs that have a statutory requirement for cost-sharing.

Current Solicitation:

Energy R&D Cost-Sharing Program Solicitation - FY 2012

Apply for a grant through the SciGrants system 

Previous Solicitation:

Energy R&D Cost-Sharing Program Solicitation - FY 2011

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