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DOE awarding >$24M to 77 projects through Technology Commercialization Fund

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The US Department of Energy (DOE) announced more than $24 million in funding for 77 projects supported by the Office of Technology Transitions (OTT) Technology Commercialization Fund (TCF). The new TCF selections will expand DOE’s efforts to catalyze the commercial impact of the Department’s portfolio of research, development, demonstration, and deployment activities. Hydrogen Contaminant Detector, $150,000 Skyre, Inc.,

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PARC building cleantech portfolio; co-extrusion printing of novel battery electrodes and carbon-neutral renewable liquid fuels from atmospheric CO2

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While the solar cell application has a near-term sales opportunity, commercial application of the technology to battery electrodes is probably 2-3 years out, Elrod noted. PARC’s proposed approach captures CO 2 from the air and reacts it with hydrogen produced via the electrolysis of water to produce liquid hydrocarbon fuels. The technique uses a solvent such as sodium or potassium hydroxides, converted by reacting with CO 2 to aqueous carbonates or bicarbonates.

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NSF to award up to $13M for fundamental work on sustainable production of electricity and transportation fuels

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Specific areas of interest include: nano-enabled PV devices containing nanostructured semiconductors, plasmonic materials, photonic structures, or conducting polymers; earth-abundant and environmentally benign materials for photovoltaic devices; photocatalytic or photoelectrochemical processe for the splitting of water into H 2 gas, or for the reduction of CO2 to liquid or gaseous fuels.

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Electric Car Manufacturers Inspire New Paradigms -- Seeking Alpha

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The electric car features three different battery options, two different Lithium-based (LI) systems – A123Systems and Enerdel as well as a Sodium-Nickel battery Zebra (Mes-Dea). Massive government subsidies are upending commercial considerations. will become less common over the next 10-years and that a mix of alternative fuel vehicles including electric, biofuel, hydrogen and solar will and is now seeing tremendous market growth.

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