DOE Funds Small Businesses Studying Clean Energy

Various agencies within the Energy Department will distribute $126 million in funding to 90 small businesses.

The Department of Energy (DOE) announced that they are distributing $126 million to 90 small businesses researching clean energy technologies. The funding will be distributed through various offices of the department according to their area of management: the National Nuclear Security Administration, the Office of Cybersecurity, the Office of Electricity, and the other agencies have all committed to partnering with these small businesses.

“Big ideas become realities in the labs, workshops, factories, and plants of America’s small businesses,” said Secretary Jennifer Granholm. “Small businesses tackle monumental issues all over the country, including climate change. DOE’s small business grants help companies across the country to develop the technologies, products, and infrastructure we will need for the transition to clean energy.” 

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For discernment for Secretary Granholm as she promotes research for clean energy.
  • For U.S. energy officials as they select private sector partners to accomplish administration goals.

Sources: Department of Energy


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