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 The Sun Company Americas IncKevin MeagherCSO Small Business Energy Storage REDOX Flow batteryTSCA is developing a family of REDOX flow technology based on ZnI2 licensed from PNNL. TSCA is a women owned small business with demonstrated expertise in photovoltaic use cases and advanced digital twin software for power. TSC has a unique cylindrical cell/reactor design that is the focus of a design for manufacturing strategy. TSCA is seeing partners with specific manufacturing experience to respond to this FOA to manufacture our ZnI2 REDOX batteries.

TSCA has an extensive portfolio of partners that bring community workforce development and recently developed plans derived from the DOE Strategic Assessment process.


Phone: 9193493151

Address: 10001 E Mt Pleasant Drive, Tucson, NC, 85749-9314, United States
 Oak Ridge National LaboratoryJaswinder SharmaSenior Scientist Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Energy Storage  Battery manufacturing facility ( BMF), which was specifically designed for this type of project will be used. The BMF provides the ability to analyze every aspect of battery cell development, from raw materials and electrode dispersion preparation to finished product and performance testing. The BMF houses the equipment and instrumentation necessary to research every step in the battery manufacturing process with an emphasis on advanced materials, electrolyte development, electrode formulation chemistry, rheology of slurries, innovative coating technology, and high-performance electrode architectures. The resources include three coating lines, a 1,400 ft2 dry room, and a cell assembly line. The BMF can produce pouch cells of up to 66 × 99 × 12 mm and 6 Ah capacity—large enough to make market decisions yet small enough to affordably demonstrate the impact of innovative technologies. Additionally BMF houses state of the art characterization capabilities including, XPS, XRD, SEM, GC-MS, and electrochemical performance testing capabilities including several Maccor and biologic cyclers.


Phone: 865-241-2333

Address: 2370 Cherahala Blvd, Knoxville, TN, 37932, United States
 CirculorJessica GreenPublic Affairs and Strategy Director Small Business Other Supply chain traceability to demonstrate proof of North American materials and componentsCirculor is a global leader in supply chain traceability, enabling companies to gain end-to-end visibility into their supply chains, with a particular focus on traceability of critical minerals and battery components.

Circulor’s technology enables companies to prove the origin and material journey of minerals and materials from miner or recycler to final product—i.e. electric vehicle battery.

We do this by tracking the physical flow of materials as they change chemical and physical state from raw to final product with traceability enabled at every production step to create a reliable digital chain of custody. Using Circulor’s solutions, customers can prove a material’s provenance, material journey, and the product’s contribution of value in North America or U.S. Free Trade Agreement countries. Customers can also gain visibility into potential supply chain risks, like the involvement of Foreign Entities of Concern, high emission producers, or unethical labor practices in their upstream activities.

Since 2017, Circulor has established the most proven and mature solution for tracking and tracing critical minerals for electric vehicle batteries, including provenance, production flow, GHG emissions, and ESG credentials of cobalt, nickel, lithium, mica, copper, manganese, and graphite, to name a few.

We are the technology leader for the German Government’s Battery Pass project which is the leading global project that is defining and demonstrating the requirements of the European Union’s newly enacted Battery Regulation. We already work at scale with numerous OEMs in their EV battery supply chains, including Volvo Cars, Polestar, Volkswagen, Daimler, and BMW.


Phone: +447880051252

Address: Circulor Inc, 1700 W Irving Park Rd, Ste 209A, CHICAGO, IL, 60613, United States
 Tri-Merit Specialty TaxBarry DevineTechnical Director Small Business Other Tax Credit and Incentives ConsultantsTri-Merit is a Specialty Tax Consulting firm that focuses on Renewable Energy Tax Credits. We partner with entities and their CPA firm to Qualify, Quantify and Substantiate tax credits and government incentives. We assist with the transfer of eligible tax credits to help entities monetize the cash benefits efficiently and securely. We have specialty with manufacturers and also focus on R&D, 48C and 45X programs.


Phone: 303.506.6166

Address: 1051 Perimeter Drive, Suite 370, Schaumburg, IL, 60173, United States
 ultralife CorporationRon WangManager of Research and Development Large Business Advanced manufacturing Battery ProductionUS Company founded in 1991, listed publicly on NASDAQ ULBI. Long history of Lithium cell and pack development. Areas of expertise: Cell and Electrode manufacturing, prismatic, folded and stacked electrode configuration. Foil pouch and can configurations. Large Dryroom facility. Aqueous paste coating technology. Lithium metal extrusion capability.


Phone: 315-359-6213

Address: 2000 TECHNOLOGY PKWY, NEWARK, NY, 14513, United States
 Hazmat Safety Consulting, LLCRobert RichardPresident Small Business Transportation Lithium battery safety through propagation resistanceHazmat Safety Consulting, LLC and Packaging and Crating Technology, Inc. have developed a state-of-the-art material called “THERMOSHIELD” to prevent the thermal propagation of cells and between cells in a lithium battery pack. The material can limit the intensity of a reaction and prevent propagation between cells thereby reducing the amount of heat, fire, ejecta and flammable and toxic gas that is generated when a single cell in a battery pack experiences a failure either from external damage or an internal manufacturing flaw. In particular, the advantage of preventing thermal propagation from occurring within a battery is that independent of the energy density or number of cells in a battery the total energy released is restricted to a single cell or battery. The THERMOSHIELD material will both contain and extinguish thermal runaway and, as a result, there will be significantly less heat, flame, ejecta and hazardous gas generated which further mitigates the consequence of thermal runaway.

The technology is innovative in that it harnesses the high capacity of a vaporizing coolant in combination with barrier materials for absorbing the energy released in battery fires. Efforts by others have centered on using insulation or melting phase transitions to contain the heat generated by thermal runaway, however these methods have proven insufficient to effectively prevent propagation. The THERMOSHIELD is made from a heat sealable material, liquid and a wick material. Commercial hardware is not available to undertake mass production therefore PACT is submitting this proposal to seek a grant to demonstrate the effectiveness of designing large format EV and energy storage batteries and commercializing the technology for mass production of safer batteries.


Phone: 1773540083

Address: 10036 Lake Occoquan Drive, Manassas, VA, 20111, United States
 Lithicon R&D LabsAndrew Ojede & Gilbert MalingaManaging Partner Small Business Advanced electrification technologies  Lithicon R&D Labs is a technology company with a corporate office in Austin, Texas. The company provides advisory and technical services to firms which manufacture materials and clean energy technologies, such as electric vehicles and stationary energy storage systems.

Our capabilities include:
1) Securing supply pipelines for critical materials needed in the production of high performance batteries for electric vehicles and stationary energy storage applications.
2) Assisting automotive firms and OEMS to secure new markets for clean energy technologies.
3) Supporting R&D efforts in the discovery and synthesis of new materials for clean energy applications.
4) Conducting climate-based risk analysis with applications in energy forecasting and other areas.


Phone: 785-320-1184

Address: 5511 Parkcrest Drive Suite 103, Austin, TX, 78731, United States
 Mason Station Redevelopment Company LLCRyan GahaganPresident Small Business Facility Management Coal/oil power plant conversionWe are seeking to partner with any Area of Expertise to host a battery materials processing and/or manufacturing operation at Mason Station, a former coal/oil power plant in mid-coast Maine. Repurposing this site for renewable energy is our mission and this opportunity fits the story of this site perfectly. The project is led by two, Maine-based, renewable energy developers with significant experience in New England. Our ideal partner(s) would work with us to design and build a custom operation within the former powerhouse, which is on a 1.5 acre footprint, with approx. 250,000sqft across 4-5 stories. Deepwater port access, rail, highway, local airport, all abutting a major 345kV/115kV switchyard on site. Strong community support for light-industrial manufacturing, hard-working, DAC community. We are interested in any and all ideas to team with us on this renewable energy transition project. Please review our website and reach out.


Phone: (207) 551-3131

Address: 63 Federal Street, Portland, ME, 04101, United States
 Precision PeriodicBrandon CarpenterVP of Nanofabrication Small Business Other  Precision Periodic provides the next generation filtration media for wastewater treatment, hydrometallurgy, refining and recycling. Using our filtration media, Nano Beads, significantly reduces carbon footprints, chemical waste, and water usage replacing ion exchange, solvent extraction, and membrane processes.
Nano Beads can extract elements from any waste, by-product or leach solution that is an acidic to neutral pH. We have successfully extracted elements out of lithium ion batteries, groundwater, industrial wastewater, ion exchange rinse solutions, residual mine tailings, coal fly ash, acid mine drainage and phosphate mine waste. Once filtered by the beads, leach liquids can be reused.


Phone: 4077398110

Address: 3259 Progress Dr, Orlando, FL, 32826, United States
 Loans and Grants HelpDarrin RiberdyMember Small Business Other  We assist firms to complete and submit their grant application:

1. Project management of grant applications from start to finish
2. Create application template with client logo and branding
3. Create secure Dropbox site for document management
4. Create application plan with writing assignments and schedule
5. Agency documentation of solicitation and Q&A
6. Facilitate kick-off meeting and all status calls
7. Assistance to complete the concept paper
8. Assistance to complete full application
9. Assistance to complete application forms
10. Assistance to upload to agency portal
11. Assistance with obtaining UEI and
12. Packaging services
13. Assistance with application compliance
14. Assistance with application evaluation


Phone: 9563603960

Address: Schuerbach Road, Mission, TX, 78574, United States
 Working for America Institute (WAI)Liz WeissDeputy Director Non-Profit Workforce and Economic Development  The Working for America Institute (WAI) is a non-profit organization that has served as the workforce development arm of the AFL-CIO for over 50 years. WAI provides technical assistance and operates training programs and related services for unions and their employers, joint labor-management partnerships, the education and workforce system, and community organizations.

WAI has extensive experience in applying for and implementing federal grants and contracts including innovative workforce development and Registered Apprenticeship programs. WAI can assist applicants for grants and contracts regarding workforce development programming. WAI has particular expertise in the manufacturing sector.

WAI can:
--Assist with workforce development program design and implementation, particularly for apprenticeship programs, including capacity building technical assistance and applying job quality principles.
--Provide applicants with access to a network of stakeholders, including labor unions and labor workforce intermediaries, to help meet requirements for worker voice, labor engagement, and partnership. WAI leverages union and their employer networks through the AFL-CIO’s federated structure, which includes 60 unions (affiliates) representing 12.5 million members, 51 state labor federations, and over 400 local labor councils.
--Implement employment and training programs for new workers and for upskilling incumbent workers.


Phone: 2027063136

Address: 815 Black Lives Matter Plaza NW, Washington, DC, 20006, United States
 Accella AITina BaumgartnerVP of Business Development Small Business Advanced manufacturing AI for Battery ManufactureAccella AI is a small company located in California. We have developed AI-based solutions for quality control, esp. visual inspection, as well as predictive analytics and maintenance, and HMI simplification.
Our industry focus is on battery manufacturing, so far we have developed QC and predictive maintenance (PDM) solutions for a world-leading manufacturer of primary batteries that has increased the accuracy of their defect detection to over 99.99%, allowed them to inspect 100% of batteries, reduced the cost of the hardware needed by 75%, and allowed them to implement optimized slurry pump maintenance that prevents unplanned downtime.
Our AI-based solutions are developed with engineers and technicians on the shopfloor in mind, are easy to manage and roll out.
We are interested in partnering with a manufacturer of secondary batteries with the goal of building - based on the existing, industry-strength solution - a complete, integrated AI-based QC and predictive maintenance system that monitors quality from raw input materials to palettizing the final product and monitors all critical pieces of equipment along the entire production to minimize maintenance cost, optimizes maintenance schedules and significantly reduces unplanned downtime.
The benefits of such a system are lower cost of quality, reduced scrap, lower cost of maintenance, higher-quality products, and more sustainable processes e.g. through AI-driven optimization of energy consumption in production. Developing such an integrated QC-PDM solution will increase the competitiveness of US battery manufacturers.


Phone: 510-508-8462

Address: 824 Coventry Ct, Sunnyvale, CA, 94087, United States