TABLE App-E-5TMI’s SBIR Awards 1991–2004

Agency/Type of AwardYearAmount (thousands of dollars)Primary Technical Achievement
DoD SBIR MDA2004100Characterizes a regenerate fuel cell energy storage system
DoE SBIR Phase I200060Test an improved, lower cost, interconnect material
NASA SBIR Phase I199870Reversible Fuel Cell/Electrolyzer Developed
USDA SBIR Phase II1997–99200Sulfur-Tolerant Reformer Stack Testing on Biogas
Navy SBIR Phase II1996–99743Materials/Stack Development Systems Design for Shipboard SOFC
TRP SBIR Phase I1994100Sulfur-bearing Logistic Fuel Operation, Stack Development
USDA SBIR Phase I199650Social and Economic Impact of Fuel Cells
USDA SBIR Phase I199650Alternative Fuels Testing
NASA SBIR Phase I and Phase II1993 and 1996670Materials/Stack Development for Reversible Fuel Cells/Electrolyzer
DoE SBIR Phase I199575Seal Materials Development
DoE SBIR Phase I199250SOFC Component & Stack Development
DoE SBIR Phase I and Phase II1991 and 1992–94549SOFC Components & Stack Development

SOURCE: Technology Management, Inc.

From: E, Case Studies

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