The REMADE Institute is proud to announce its sixth Request for Proposals (RFP), representing $20 million in investment to sustain U.S. manufacturing and accelerate the U.S.’s transition to a Circular Economy.
The Institute is seeking technology proposals for research, development and demonstration (RD&D) projects that develop and demonstrate tools and technologies consistent with REMADE’s goals to reduce energy and emissions; achieve better than cost and energy parity; and promote the widespread application of new enabling technologies across multiple industries. RD&D projects must align with one or more of the Institute’s focus areas: systems analysis and integration; design for reuse, remanufacturing, recovery and recycling (design for Re-X); manufacturing materials optimization; remanufacturing; and/or recovery and recycling.
RD&D projects must also address one or more of the energy-intensive material classes that REMADE focuses on: metals, such as steel and aluminum; polymers, including plastics; fibers, including paper and textiles; and electronic waste (e-waste).
REMADE is also seeking traditional R&D projects that complement the Institute’s existing portfolio and align with the organization’s focus areas.
Funding requires 1:1 cost share from project teams.
For more detailed information, read the full RFP by downloading the ZIP file package here. For details on the Institute’s brand-new 2023 Technology Roadmap, which was just finalized and is guiding this RFP, review the roadmap here.
Those interested in learning more about this RFP are invited to participate in REMADE’s upcoming live informational session webinar and Q&A on Monday, Feb. 27, as well as upcoming teaming sessions on Wednesday and Thursday, March 8 and 9.