|NSF Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR)||Program enables startups and small businesses to undertake research and
development with high technical risk and high commercial reward. Proposal due
December 2, 2013.|
|NSF Small Business Technology Transfer Program (STTR)||Program enables startups and small business to undertake research and development with a
university to spin off technology. Proposal due December 4, 2013.|
|NYSERDA 2689 Emerging Technologies and Accelerated Commercialization for the
Commercial/Institutional Sector||Focused Demonstrations and Energy Performance Validation. Accelerate the adoption of
commercially available yet under-used energy-saving and load-reduction technologies
or approaches in commercial, institutional, and non-process-related industrial
settings. Ongoing through Dec 31, 2016 or until funds are exhausted.|
|NSF Environmental Engineering||Support transformative research, which applies scientific and engineering principles
to avoid or minimize solid, liquid, and gaseous discharges, resulting from human
activity, into land, inland and coastal waters, and air, while promoting resource
and energy conservation and recovery. Proposals due Jan 15, 2014 through Feb 20, 2014.|
|NSF Materials Engineering and Processing||Support fundamental research addressing the interrelationship of materials
processing, structure, properties and/or life-cycle performance for targeted
applications. All material systems are of interest including polymers, metals,
ceramics, semiconductors, composites and hybrids thereof.
Due dates for proposals repeat annually.|
|NSF Engineering and Systems Design||Support descriptive and normative research leading to a theory of engineering design
and an understanding of systems engineering. The program funds advances in a
descriptive understanding of design and basic design theory that span multiple
domains, such as the relationship of systems to the environment, the significance of
manufacturability, and the range of complexity from small designed artifacts to
large engineered systems.
Due dates for proposals repeat annually.|
|NYSERDA 2736 Transformative Technologies for Energy-Efficient Manufacturing||Develop, demonstrate or commercialize transformative technologies that provide an
energy benefit to a manufacturing process.
Proposals due Jul 16, 2013 (Round 1) and Jan 16, 2014 (Round 2).|
|NYSERDA 2606 Advanced Buildings Program||Support development and demonstration activities that advance the energy performance
of both new and existing buildings in the residential, multi-family or commercial
sector. Technology areas of interest include, but are not limited to: construction
materials, strategies and practices; HVAC and lighting technologies, automation
technologies enabling load flexibility and smarter background operations; and
building integrated renewable energy systems.
Six rounds of proposals will be accepted between Jan 22, 2013 and Jun 4, 2015.|
|NYSERDA 2672 Photovoltaic Balance-of-System Cost Reduction||Identify and address Photovoltaic (PV) Balance-of-System (BOS) issues that will
result in cost savings associated with purchasing, installing, owning, and operating
a PV system in New York.
Proposals due July 30, 2013 (Round 1) and January 30, 2014 (Round 2).|
|NYSERDA 2715 Electric Power Transmission and Distribution Smart Grid Program||Support research and engineering studies, product development and demonstration
projects that improve the reliability, efficiency, quality, and overall performance
of the electric power delivery system in New York State.
Proposals due August 14, 2013 (Round 1) and February 12, 2014 (Round 2).|
|NYSERDA 2456 Industrial and Process Efficiency Program||Offers performance-based incentives to manufacturers and data centers that implement
cost-effective electric and natural gas efficiency and process improvements.
Applications will be accepted through December 31, 2015, or until funds are exhausted.|
|NYSERDA 2644 Agriculture Energy Efficiency Program||Offers assistance in identifying and implementing electric and natural gas energy
efficiency measures to eligible farms and on-farm producers, including but not
limited to: orchards, dairies, greenhouses, vegetables, vineyards, grain dryers, and
Applications will be accepted through December 1, 2015, or until funds are exhausted.|