U.S. DOE Long-Duration Energy Storage Demonstration
What: The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is soliciting proposals for emerging Long-Duration Energy storage (LDES) demonstration projects capable of delivering electricity for 10-24 hours or longer to support low-cost, reliable, carbon-free electric grid. This $349 million effort seeks LDES demonstration projects that will validate new technologies, enhance the capabilities of customers and communities to integrate LDES more effectively, and sustain American global leadership in energy storage.
- The proposed prime recipient and subrecipients must be domestic entities, including:
- Institutions of higher education;
- For-profit entities;
- Non-profit entities; and
- State and local governmental entities, and Tribal nations.
- $9,500,000 to $70,000,000
Letter of Intent due December 15, 2022
Full Applications due March 3, 2023