The national laboratories that receive research funding from the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) often have financial opportunities for industry and outside organizations. The most common of these, laboratory subcontracts, are very much like grants at the EERE level.
Laboratory subcontracts are usually competitive, and, like EERE grants, they usually begin with a solicitation. However, laboratory subcontracts are evaluated by laboratory contracting staff. Applications for laboratory subcontracts are handled by the laboratories themselves.
To view open solicitation listings for subcontracting opportunities at EERE-funded national laboratories, see the following pages:
- National Energy Technology Laboratory
- National Renewable Energy Laboratory
- Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
For more information about working with the Department of Energy's national laboratories, see Doing Business With the National Labs.