U.S. Department of Energy spends $92 million on energy research projects - what does it mean for small companies?

On July 12, the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E, a subset of the U.S. Department of Energy) announced $92 million in funding for 43 research projects aimed at improving energy efficiency, transmission, and storage. This is the final round of funding that the ARPA-E will conduct with...

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