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DOE Announces $23 Million In Funding For SBIR Phase II Winners
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On June 21, 2016, DOE announced the 23 projects that were selected for Phase II funding through the Small Business Innovation and Research (SBIR) program. Each SBIR award is for $1 million over the next two years, and helps small businesses advance concepts that improve manufacturing processes, boost efficiency of buildings, increase transportation sustainability, and generate renewable electricity. Phase II winners include:

  • Forest Concepts, LLC, for a low energy rotary shear for sub-millimeter particle production that will improve energy balance for advanced biofuels.
     
  • Manta Biofuel, LLC, for development of a high throughput algal dewatering system using magnetic particles.
     
  • MicroBio Engineering, for algal bioflocculation for solid-liquid separation to improve algae harvesting.