|DOE, Israel’s Ministry of Energy, and Israel Innovation Authority Announce U.S.-Israel Energy Center Winners|
MARCH 8, 2020
On Friday, March 6, 2020, U.S. Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette and Israel’s Minister of Energy Dr. Yuval Steinitz announced three winners to receive up to $27.6 million under the U.S.-Israel Energy Center competitive funding opportunity. Three consortia, comprised of U.S. and Israeli organizations, will undertake five years of research, development, and commercialization of innovative energy technologies in the fossil energy, energy storage, and energy-water nexus sectors. The total value of these three projects with cost-shared arrangements could reach $55.2 million. Each project will be negotiated with the partners under conditions set forth by the BIRD Foundation, and subject to appropriations
|DOE, Israel’s Ministry of Energy, and Israel Innovation Authority Announce Call for Proposals for the U.S.-Israel Energy Center|
APRIL 30, 2019
The Center Will Initially Fund up to $16 Million for Research in the Areas of Energy-Water Nexus, Fossil Energy, Energy Storage, and Cybersecurity
WASHINGTON, DC –The U.S. Department of Energy, Israel’s Ministry of Energy, and the Israel Innovation Authority have announced a $16 million Call for Proposals of the U.S.-Israel Center of Excellence in Energy, Engineering and Water Technology (Energy Center). Commercial companies, research institutes, and universities from the U.S. and Israel are encouraged to form consortia of at least two unrelated entities from each country and apply for these awards.
|DOE, Israel’s Ministry of Energy, and Israel Innovation Authority Announce the U.S.-Israel Energy Center to be Managed by the BIRD Foundation|
FEBRUARY 22, 2019
The Center will initially fund up to $16 million for research in the areas of energy-water nexus, fossil energy, energy storage, and cybersecurity
WASHINGTON, DC –The U.S. Department of Energy and Israel’s Ministry of Energy along with the Israel Innovation Authority have announced the selection of the U.S.-Israel Binational Industrial Research and Development (BIRD) Foundation to manage the newly established U.S.-Israel Energy Center. The U.S. and Israeli governments will provide $8 million each for the initial two-year launch of the Energy Center. With five-year awards envisioned, and 50 percent cost share required from awardees, the total value of the Energy Center awards could reach $80 million, subject to appropriations.