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|Next call for proposals coming soon.|
The database is currently open for FAST-Track Proposals.
These should be limited in scope and have strong justification for expedited processing.
Technologies considered for DOE funded third party analysis must provide justification of promising applications to stationay storage applications and a case for why OE support is appropriate for the proposed work. Note that any results obatined during OE supported project may be published in a public report. While this work falls under nonproprietary research, protections of proprietary information is available through non-disclosure aggrements (NDAs). You are invited to submit for considerations. There are two methods by which you may apply.
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Proposal application will be posted by October 15, 2014
|DOE FAST-Track Proposals
You must have a strong justification for testing the technology, and why a short testing cycle will yield valuable results to you and the community. if there is not sufficient justification, or there is no current availability, your proposal will automatically be submitted for consideration in the regular proposal cycle.
For fast trask proposal you may submit a request at any time for immediate consideration. Responses to proposals in fast-track will be recieved within five business days. The time required for final determination will vary.
|DOE Standard Proposal|
Applications are evaluation on a bi-annual basis, and as many qualifying proposals are selected as our resources will permit. Selection is based on how promising the technology is for addressing stationary storage needs, as well as the technical limitation on our equipment to the proposed devices.
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|WFO Customer Funded Proposals|
If you intend to fund the work carried out with Sandia, please complete and submit the abridged applicabtion form. By providing some preliminary information on what you would like to do it can facilitate discussions and allow us to better determine the expected cost of your activities. This work falls under proprietary research. Please read details below on Sandia's proprietary research.
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