Using renewable resources and other capabilities to harvest, generate, store, transmit and reuse energy to sustain growing energy needs.

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Alternative Energy is composed of novel, non-traditional and emerging sources and technologies for harvesting, generating, storing, transmitting/transporting and reusing energy. The scope of this contract is focused on the research and analysis of this subject matter area. Examples of topics that fall within the general scope of AlternativeEnergy (this list is not all-inclusive) are shown below:

    Fusion energy; renewable energy including solar, hydro and wind power ; geothermal; fossil fuels; hydrogen energy; bio-energy; biofuels; advanced energy storage, distribution and generation; portable, efficient and compact power technologies; energy recovery and conversion including resource reuse and transformation; micro-scale power sources; novel electrical and magnetic materials; biomimetics; and nuclear batteries.