In an effort to reduce the Nation’s dependence on fossil fuels, the USDA has established research on alternative and renewable energy as a high priority. The research may include development of new energy crops, improved methods for producing biofuels, such as ethanol and biodiesel, producing hydrogen and other fuel gases from agricultural waste and more efficiently using energy in agricultural production and in rural communities. Energy issues impact all aspects of agriculture and rural development, and thus applications dealing with alternative and renewable energy could be submitted to a variety of topic areas.
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All SBIR Proposals must be prepared and submitted electronically through the DoD SBIR/STTR Electronic Submission Web Site.
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