The Iowa Energy Center provides grants for energy research on topics that have strong relevance to Iowa. Funding is available to Iowaâ€™s colleges and universities, Iowa-based private non-profit organizations, and Iowa-based foundations. Private sector research partnerships are encouraged. However, grants are not available for private use or capital projects. Research grants are awarded in two broad categories: renewable energy and energy efficiency. Request for pre-proposals are typically issued annually in July. Specific projects are selected for further review via full proposals. Grants are provided for projects demonstrating highest value and relevance to current Iowa-specific energy-research needs. In September 2009 the Center released an RFP for Research and Demonstration with a pre-proposal deadline of October 23, 2009 and a full proposal deadline of December 11, 2009. There is also an RFP for Conferences and Small Demonstrations accepting applications on a continuous basis through June 30, 2010. Further details on past solicitations are available in the RFP documents contained on the program website. Past grants have supported research in biofuels, wind-resource assessment, photovoltaic (PV) research, biomass gasification, energy-efficient livestock-confinement ventilation, process-manufacturing efficiency, and commercial building HVAC control.
|Incentive Type:||Grant Program|
|Administrator:||Iowa State University|
|Eligible Renewable/Other Technologies:||
|Maximum Incentive:||Based on available funds|
|Name:||Iowa Code Â§ 266.39C|
|Organization:||Iowa State University|
2521 Elwood Drive, Suite 124
Ames IA 50010-8229
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