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NREL: Renewable Energy & Small Businesses

Posted by Infra on Monday, January 25th, 2016

As part of the Small Business Vouchers (SBV) Pilot to help advance the clean energy economy, DOE’s Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy (EERE) is funding up to $20 million worth of vouchers to eligible small businesses. These vouchers allow businesses to access world-class researchers, facilities, and expertise at national laboratories across the country. The Wind and Water Power Program at NREL is well positioned to work for small businesses both as part of and outside of the SBV. This video, featuring Dr. Robert Thresher, presents NREL’s experience and capabilities in supporting small businesses in both the wind and water power sectors.

NREL Learning on YouTube

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2 Responses to “NREL: Renewable Energy & Small Businesses”

  1. jerry schneider says:

    I presume that non-profit businesses are not included – is this correct?

  2. Content Coordinator says:

    Correct – only for-profit, U.S.-based businesses with 500 or fewer employees are eligible. More info here: https://www.sbv.org/a/pages/eligibility

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