U.S. Dept. of Energy Awards Utah Companies Over $1 Million in R&D Grants

Dylan DotyUtah Innovation Center

Six Utah companies received seven Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase I awards from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). 

The DOE SBIR/STTR awards strive to transform DOE-supported science and technology breakthroughs into viable products and services. The awards support the development of specialized technologies and instruments that aid scientific discovery. 

The Utah Innovation Center is proud to have worked with many of these companies. 

Utah companies selected for awards:

Coreform LLC, Provo, UT

“Accurate and performant finite element analysis of giga-cast parts.” | Awarded Amount: $206,500

“Enabling the broader adoption of fusion simulation on complex geometry.”

Awarded Amount: $206,500

GlycoSurf, LLC, Salt Lake City, UT

“Membrane separations of f-block elements utilizing rhamnolipid-based chelants. A joint experimental and computational investigation.” | Awarded Amount: $206,226

Innosys, INC, Salt Lake City, UT

“Radiation-Resistant Stepper Motor.” | Awarded Amount: $199,973

Metascape, LLC, Salt Lake City, UT

“Neural-Driven Multi-Sensor Data Fusion for Fracturing-Induced Seismicity Diagnostics: Electromagnetic, Distributed Fiber-Optic, and Tiltmeter.” | Awarded Amount: $199,998

Reaction Engineering International, Midvale, UT

“A Novel System to Measure the Liquid/Vapor Fraction in A Geothermal Production Well in Real-time.” | Awarded Amount: $200,000

Technology Holding LLC, Salt Lake City, UT

“HoodLab – A system for neighborhood scale environmental data visualization, crowdsourcing and data exploration tool using edge processing for real-time updates.” | Awarded Amount: $199,924

If your Utah small business intends to apply or you have questions about this funding opportunity, please contact the Utah Innovation Center at innovationutah@utah.gov.