To support U.S. economic growth and offer consumers and businesses additional transportation choices, the Department of Energy (DOE)’s Vehicle Technologies Office invests in early-stage research to enable future private-sector development and commercialization of affordable, energy-efficient transportation technologies that can strengthen our energy security.
This FOA seeks research projects to address priorities in the following areas: batteries and electrification; materials; technology integration and energy efficient mobility systems; energy-efficient commercial off-road vehicle technologies; and co-optimized advanced engine and fuel technologies to improve fuel economy.
The full solicitation can be accessed here: https://eere-exchange.energy.gov/FileContent.aspx?FileID=a0948ac6-6da7-4a45-a613-d83688193f1c
Concept papers are due May 29, 2018. Please especially note Topic 3, Technology Integration (up to $20 million): Technology Integration brings together key stakeholders in partnerships that can provide data, modeling, and proof-of-concept to inform early-stage research priorities and increase overall transportation system efficiency. Including:
Questions can be submitted to DE-FOAemail@example.com and you can view other FAQs here as we response to inquiries: https://eere-exchange.energy.gov/FAQ.aspx?FoaId=56b1bad6-1095-4caf-9e17-74fba3305438