Maritime Energy Conservation or Efficiency Pilot/Demonstration Project RFP

The Maritime Administration, Office of Environment is issuing this request for proposals (RFP) for projects that demonstrate shipboard energy conservation or efficiency measures.

Background: Over the past several years, the Maritime Administration (MARAD) has been partnering with government agencies, industry, and academia on efforts to reduce vessel and port emissions, as well as efforts to support the use of alternative fuel and energy sources. Currently, MARAD would like to focus on exploring and supporting proposals focused on shipboard energy efficiency and conservation.

This RFP is specifically seeking to provide cost share funding through a cooperative agreement(s) for one or more proposals that offer the potential for advancement and improvement of energy efficiency for marine vessel operations. The MARAD cost share will not exceed 50% of the total project cost. Collaborative partnerships with other entities such as industry, ports, maritime organizations, and state or local governments are highly encouraged. This announcement is an expression of interest only and does not commit MARAD to make any award. The total amount of funding under the RFP will be up to $400,000.

Proposals must demonstrate an energy conservation or efficiency technology and provide sufficient, verifiable, and detailed data to demonstrate that fact. The proposal should describe the integration of the technology for ship specific applications that address flexibility and adoptability, in addition to any specific training required for operating personnel in the use of the technology.

CFDA Number: 
20.817 -- Air Emissions and Energy Initiative
Funding Opportunity Number: 
693JF719R000011
Funding Entity: 
Maximum Award Amount: 
$380,000.00
Application Due Date: 
04-22-2019
Implementing Sector
Implementing Sector: 
U.S. Department of Transportation
Eligibility
Additional Eligibility Information: 
Collaborative partnerships with other entities such as industry, ports, maritime organizations, and state or local governments are highly encouraged.
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