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Final State of the Science Report Released
Energy Department shares results of the 2020 State of the Science report measuring impact marine renewable devices have on the marine environment.
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Federal Agencies Sign New Hydropower MOU, Develop Action Plan
On National Hydropower Day 2020 (Aug. 24), the Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Department of Energy, and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers signed an MOU.
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The 2021 Marine Energy Collegiate Competition (MECC) Announces Participants
17 teams have been chosen to participate in the 2021 Marine Energy Collegiate Competition: Powering the Blue Economy™.
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U.S. Department of Energy Announces Notice of Opportunity for Technical Assistance to Support Hydropower Decision Making
This opportunity will provide hydropower decision makers with National Lab expertise and capabilities to address current challenges.
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DOE Launches Partnership Initiative to Strengthen Remote and Islanded Communities’ Energy Resilience
DOE launches new program to enable remote and islanded communities to plan for, withstand, and recover from energy disruptions.
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Removing the Element of Surprise: Ocean Observing Prize Solicits Designs for Tomorrow’s Storm Tracking Technology
DOE and NOAA announce the opening of Ocean Observing Prize's DEVELOP Competition to better understand how to forecast hurricanes.
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DOE Selects Grand Prize Winners of the Fish Protection Prize and Announces Deadlines for Two Additional Hydropower Prizes
Projects aim to protect fish from unsafe water infrastructure, including water diversions and pipes, and intakes at hydropower dams.
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Second Annual Marine Energy Collegiate Competition Open for Applications
 WPTO has opened the 2021 Marine Energy Collegiate Competition for applications.
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TEAMER Program Announces Selections from First Request for Technical Support
Selected projects will receive technology support with modeling and analysis; laboratory and bench tests; and tank, flume, tunnel, and basin tests.
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WPTO FY21 SBIR Phase 1 Release 2 Topics
Dec. 3, 2020 | 3-4:00 p.m. ET | Hosted by WPTO detailing WPTO-related SBIR/STTR FY 2021 Phase I, Release 2 topics.
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Current Newsletter: Late November 2020 | DOE and DOI Announce $40 Million Collaboration

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