|May 21, 2018|
The Department of Energy's (DOE) Office of Nuclear Energy (NE) today announces the deferment of the 2018 Integrated University Program (IUP) Request for Applications (RFA) for undergraduate scholarship and graduate fellowship in nuclear energy-related fields until August 2018. Awards resulting from this solicitation are expected to be announced January of 2019 for the 2019 - 2020 academic year.
Scholarships are $7,500 for one year. The maximum award for a fellowship is $50,000 per year for three years, with an additional one-time $5,000 allotment to fund a minimum 10-week internship at DOE, a DOE national laboratory or other designated facility.
|5/21/2018 11:20 AM|
|January 18, 2018|
DOE has released Amendment No. 03 to the U.S. Industry Opportunities for Advanced Nuclear Technology Development FOA (DE-FOA-0001817). The following changes are incorporated with the amendment:
1. Section VI.Q "Data Management Plan" was updated, please read it completely.
2. Section VIII.O "Protected Personally Identifiable Information" the first paragraph was updated, please read it completely.
3. Section IV.D.23 & Section IV.F.14 "Past Performance" was updated, please read completely.
Click here for the amended FOA.
|1/18/2018 12:00 AM|
|January 9, 2018|
DOE has released an amendment to the CINR FOA to update the NEET-2 workscope area to clarify that it is three separate sub-workscope areas. In addition, the Federal and Technical POCs have been updated for several workscopes including: RC-1.1, RC-1.2, RC-5, RC-6, RC-7, NSUF-1, NSUF-1.2. NSUF-2, and NEET-1.
|1/9/2018 12:00 AM|
|December 7, 2017|
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has released a funding opportunity announcement (FOA) to support development of advanced nuclear energy technology. DOE is soliciting proposals for cost-shared projects to develop innovative, industry-driven reactor designs and accompanying technologies with high potential to advance nuclear power in the United States.
DOE expects to make up to $30 million or more available for awards in FY 2018 subject to the availability of funding. The FOA will be open for a five-year period accepting applications on a year-round basis, with a quarterly selection process. Additional funding will be available in future years, as allocated by Congress.
Through this competition, DOE encourages U.S. companies to partner with other U.S. federal agencies, public and private laboratories, institutions of higher education, and other domestic entities to share expertise needed to successfully develop these innovative technologies.
Information is available at www.id.doe.gov. The initial application due date is January 31, 2018.
DOE-NE Industry FOA Informational Webinar
January 9, 2018 at 1 pm ET.
|12/7/2017 9:00 AM|
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|11/1/2017 12:00 AM|
|October 23, 2017|
Major changes to the FY 2018 CINR FOA and its associated workscopes will be discussed with a question and answer to follow. Please join us to hear the latest with the 2018 FOA.
Date: Wednesday, Oct 25, 2017
Time: 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET (1:00-2:00 PM MT)
3:00 PM ET: FY 2018 CINR Overview
3:20 PM ET: RC-1.3: Oxidation Behavior in HTGR TRISO Fuel Materials
3:40 PM ET: RC-2: Salt Behavior in Molten Salt Reactors
|10/23/2017 1:00 PM|
|October 20, 2017|
DOE-NE has released the FY 2018 Scientific Infrastructure Support for Consolidated Innovative Nuclear Research Funding Opportunity Announcement (DE-FOA-0001773). The infrastructure support program will be administered by the Nuclear Science User Facilities program office. This FOA supports research reactor upgrades and general scientific infrastructure for universities only.
The FOA and all official guidance will be hosted at Grants.gov, and courtesy information and a Q&A can be accessed at the Nuclear Science User Facilities website.
Applications Due: November 30, 2017
Anticipated award announcement: June-July 2018
FY 2018 Scientific Infrastructure Support for CINR FOA (DE-FOA-0001773)
Submit an Application
Note: National laboratory infrastructure support is not covered under this FOA. The NSUF utilizes an annual infrastructure gap analysis as a basis for determining specific needs and locations for addressing national laboratory infrastructure support. National laboratories are encouraged to submit scientific infrastructure needs through the Request for Information (RFI) - University, National Laboratory, Industry and International Input on Potential Office of Nuclear Energy Infrastructure Investments (DE-SOL-0008318). The official copy of the RFI is located at Grants.gov and a courtesy copy is linked below.
Request for Information – Potential Infrastructure Investments (DE-SOL-0008318)
Submit a Response to this RFI
|10/20/2017 9:00 AM|