DOE Seeks Clean Energy and Manufacturing Innovators for 2022 Lab-Embedded Entrepreneurship Program

Oct 4, 2021

by ASME.org

The Department of Energy (DOE) is now accepting applications for its Lab-Embedded Entrepreneurship Program. The program is run by DOE’s Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy’s (EERE’s) Advanced Manufacturing Office (AMO). Program participants will receive support to evolve early-stage research through a two-year paid fellowship. Engineers with novel ideas to support decarbonization in advanced manufacturing practices are encouraged to apply.
 
Participants will have unparalleled access to national laboratory facilities, equipment, and expertise. The program also supports mentorships to help researchers gain entrepreneurial training and exposure to leaders from academia, industry, government, and finance.
 
There are three separate cohorts for applicants to apply under, each with a unique upcoming informational webinar session for interested parties to learn more. The three cohorts include:
  The fellowship’s focus on clean energy and decarbonization of the manufacturing sector is in line with the Biden administration’s energy agenda and goal of reaching net-zero emissions by mid-century. ASME continues to be active in pursuing novel ideas in clean energy and energy efficient manufacturing practices. To learn more about ASME’ clean energy and advanced manufacturing priorities, view:

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