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					Project Title                             State /    DOE        CX(s)        Date
                                         Territory   Office    Applied


Routine Access Road Maintenance to         WA        BPA        B1.3       10/7/2009
the Rockdale Microwave Site
Gray's River Chum Supplementation          WA        BPA        B1.20      10/8/2009
Program

Interim Use of Scott Mountain              OR        BPA        B1.7,      10/8/2009
Communications Site                                             B1.19




Lane-Wendson #1 Structure 10/5             OR        BPA        B1.3       10/8/2009
Access Road Improvement and Pole
Replacement Project

Wautoma-Ostrander Spacer-Damper          OR, WA      BPA        B1.3       10/13/2009
Replacements

Lower Monumental-McNary No.1 500-        OR, WA      BPA        B1.3       10/14/2009
kilovolt Transmission Line Spacer-
Damper Replacements
Spirit Tap to Colville-Boundary #1         WA        BPA        B1.3,      10/27/2009
Landings and Access Roads                                       B1.13
Construction

Raver-Paul #1 Access Road                  WA        BPA        B1.3       11/2/2009
Improvement and Bridge Replacement



Lyons Ultra High Voltage Test Line #1      OR        BPA        B1.3       11/17/2009
Tree Stabilization



Port Angeles-Sappho #1 Line Tap            WA        BPA        B4.6       11/30/2009




Transfer of Puget Sound Energy             WA        BPA      B4.1, B4.6   11/30/2009
(PSE), Inc.'s Mint Farm Energy Center,
LLC from BPA's Balancing Authority
Area (BAA) into PSE's BAA
Eagle Junction Clearwire Wireless        OR       BPA      B1.7,       12/2/2009
Communication Facilities                                   B1.15,
                                                           B1.19

H.W. Hill / Roosevelt Landfill Gas       WA       BPA     B1.7, B4.6   12/2/2009
Generation Expansion Project (#I0019
and #G0335)



Olympia Substation Bay Addition          WA       BPA       B4.6       12/3/2009




Power Sales Contract between            OR, WA    BPA       B4.1       12/14/2009
Bonneville Power Administration (BPA)
and Alcoa/Intalco


Ross-Lexington No. 1 Meter Project       WA       BPA       B3.1       12/17/2009



Dismantling, Removal and                  IL     SC-NBL    B1.17,      12/10/2009
Decommissioning of Contaminated                            B1.16,
Ducting and Associated Equipment in                         B1.3,
the Plutonium Facility Fan Loft and                       B6.1, B2.5
Basement of Building 350 (New
Brunswick Laboratory)
Cayuga Nation's Renewable Energy         NY       EE      B3.6, B5.1   11/2/2009
Technology - Wind
Chitimacha Tribe Energy Efficiency and   LA   EE   B2.5, B5.1   11/2/2009
Conservation Retrofits




Coquille Tribe Energy Efficiency         OR   EE    B5.1,       11/2/2009
Retrofits                                          B2.5, A1



Coquille Tribe Renewable Energy          OR   EE   B5.1, B3.6   11/2/2009
Technology (Solar) on Government
Buildings

Coquille Tribe Street Lighting Project   OR   EE     B5.1,      11/2/2009
                                                     B1.32




Cortina Rancheria of Wintun Indians      CA   EE    B5.1,       11/2/2009
Energy Efficiency Retrofits                        B2.5, A1




Cortina Rancheria of Wintun Indians      CA   EE    B5.1,       11/2/2009
Renewable Energy Technologies                      B3.6, A1
(Wind) on Government Buildings




Ivanoff Bay Village Energy Efficiency    AK   EE    A1, A9,     11/2/2009
and Conservation Strategy                            A11
Kashia Band of Pomo Indians of the      CA   EE    B5.1      11/2/2009
Stewarts Point Rancheria Traffic
Signals and Street Lighting

Little River Band of Ottawa Indians     MI   EE   B5.1, A9   11/2/2009
Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Programs for Buildings and Facilities




Organized Village of Kasaan Energy      AK   EE   B5.1, A9   11/2/2009
Efficiency and Conservation Programs
for Buildings and Facilities




Orutsararmuit Native Village Energy     AK   EE   B5.1, A9   11/2/2009
Efficiency and Conservation Programs
for Buildings and Facilities




Pueblo de Cochiti Energy Efficiency     NM   EE    B5.1,     11/2/2009
Retrofits                                         B2.5, A1




Pueblo of Tesuque Energy Efficiency     NM   EE    B5.1,     12/7/2009
Retrofits                                         B2.5, A1
Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe Energy            NY   EE   B5.1, A9     11/2/2009
Efficiency and Conservation Programs
for Buildings and Facilities




Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe Energy            NY   EE   B5.1, B2.5   11/2/2009
Efficiency Retrofits

Washington's Energy Efficiency             UT   EE     B5.1       11/2/2009
Retrofits



Provo's Energy Efficiency Upgrades         UT   EE    A1, A9,     11/3/2009
                                                       A11,
                                                      B1.32,
                                                     B2.5, B5.1



Decatur's Energy Efficiency and            IL   EE   B5.1, A9,    11/4/2009
Conservation Strategy, Window,                         A11
Heating, Ventilating, and Air
Conditioning, and Lighting Retrofits and
Continued Support of Residential
Energy Conservation Program;
Decatur, Illinois
Gloucester's Heating, Ventilating, and     NJ   EE    B5.1,       11/4/2009
Air Conditioning, Traffic Signal and                 B2.5, A9
Solar Photovoltaic Retrofits;
Gloucester, New Jersey



Montgomery County's Window Retrofit        KS   EE     B5.1       11/6/2009

Pima-Maricopa Indian Community of          AZ   EE   B5.1, B2.5   11/6/2009
the Salt River Reservation Energy
Efficiency Retrofits
Pima-Maricopa Indian Community of          AZ      EE   B5.1, A1     11/6/2009
the Salt River Reservation Financial
Incentive Programs




Sac and Fox Nation of Missouri in         KS, NE   EE   B5.1, A9     11/6/2009
Kansas and Nebraska Energy
Efficiency and Conservation Programs
for Buildings and Facilities
Spokane Tribe of the Spokane               WA      EE     B2.5,      11/6/2009
Reservation Energy Efficiency Retrofits                 B5.1, B6.3




Spokane Tribe of the Spokane               WA      EE   B3.6, B5.1   11/6/2009
Reservation Renewable Energy
Technologies (Solar) on Government
Buildings




Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Energy          SD      EE   B2.5, B5.1   11/9/2009
Efficiency Retrofits


Owensboro's Window, Bus Shelter,           KY      EE   B5.1, A9,    11/9/2009
Heating, Ventilating, and Air                             A11
Conditioning Retrofits




Tempe's Consultants and Studies,           AZ      EE    B5.1,       11/9/2009
Revolving Loan Program,                                  B1.32,
Lighting/Heating, Ventilating, and Air                  B2.5, A9,
Conditioning/Streetlight Retrofits,                       A11
Audits, and Solar Photovoltaic
Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla      OR   EE   A1, A11,     11/10/2009
Reservation Energy Efficiency and                    A9
Conservation Strategy




Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla      OR   EE     B5.1       11/10/2009
Reservation Transportation Program




Little Traverse Bay Band of Odawa        MI   EE   B5.1, B3.6   11/10/2009
Indians On Site Renewable
Technologies (Wind)




Little Traverse Bay Band of Odawa        MI   EE     B5.1       11/10/2009
Indians Transportation Programs

Mission's Traffic Signal and Street      TX   EE     B5.1       11/10/2009
Lighting with Light-emitting diode
Upgrade
Native Village of Chignik Lagoon         AK   EE    B5.1,       11/10/2009
Energy Efficiency Retrofits                        B2.5, A1




New Brunswick's Building Audits, Solar   NJ   EE   B5.1, A9,    11/10/2009
Consortium Study, and Energy                         A11
Efficiency and Conservation Strategy


New Rochelle's Residential and           NY   EE    B5.1,       11/10/2009
Commercial Audits                                  B2.5, A9,
                                                     A11
San Pasqual Band of Diegueno             CA   EE    A9, A1,     11/10/2009
Mission Indians Energy Efficiency and                A11
Conservation Strategy




San Pasqual Band of Diegueno             CA   EE   B5.1, A9,    11/10/2009
Mission Indians Residential and                      A11
Commercial Building Energy Audits




San Pasqual Band of Diegueno             CA   EE    A9, A1,     11/10/2009
Mission Indians Technical Consultant                 A11
Services




Yuma's Building Audits and Heating,      AZ   EE   B5.1, A9     11/10/2009
Ventilating, and Air Conditioning
Retrofit


EnerGov Software Platform; Auburn,       ME   EE   B5.1, A9     11/12/2009
Maine




Greenville's Heating, Ventilating, and   MS   EE   B2.5, B5.1   11/12/2009
Air Conditioning and Boiler Retrofit;
Greenville, Mississippi


Greenville's SMART Building Program;     MS   EE     B2.5,      11/12/2009
Greenville, Mississippi                            B5.1, B2.2
Greenville's Streetlight Retrofit and      MS   EE    B1.3,       11/12/2009
Synchronization; Greenville, Mississippi              B1.32,
                                                       B5.1


Greenville's Water Conservation            MS   EE   B6.8, B5.1   11/12/2009
Program; Greenville, Mississippi




Huber Heights' Replacement of              OH   EE   B5.1, B2.5   11/12/2009
Heating/Cooling Tower; Huber Heights,
Ohio




Lower Sioux Indian Community Energy        MN   EE   B5.1, B2.5   11/12/2009
Efficiency Retrofits


Lower Sioux Indian Community               MN   EE    B5.1,       11/12/2009
Material Conservation Programs                       B6.8, A9




Lower Sioux Indian Community               MN   EE   B5.1, A9     11/12/2009
Residential and Commercial Building
Audits




Marlborough's Dept. of Public Works        MA   EE   B5.1, B2.5   11/12/2009
Heating, Ventilating, and Air
Conditioning upgrade to Natural Gas
Meridian Twp.'s Revolving Energy         MI   EE     B5.1,      11/12/2009
Fund                                               B2.5, B2.2




Southaven's City Hall Window Retrofit    MS   EE   B5.1, B1.3   11/12/2009




Southaven's Police Department            MS   EE     B5.1,      11/12/2009
Heating, Ventilating, and Air                      B2.5, B1.4
Conditioning Retrofit


Tanana Chiefs Conference Energy          AK   EE   B5.1, A11,   11/12/2009
Efficiency and Conservation Programs                  A9
for Buildings and Facilities




Tanana Chiefs Conference Energy          AK   EE     B2.5,      11/12/2009
Efficiency Retrofits                               B5.1, A11



Tanana Chiefs Conference Residential     AK   EE   B5.1, A1,    11/12/2009
and Commercial Building Energy                     A11, A9
Audits


Tanana Chiefs Conference Traffic         AK   EE     B5.1,      11/12/2009
Signals and Street Lighting                          B1.32




Alexandria's Audits, Revolving Loan,     VA   EE   B5.1, A1,    11/16/2009
Fleet Hybrid Vehicles, Renewable                   A9, A11,
Energy Feasibility Study (Streetlight
and Green Roof Retrofits); Alexandria,
Virginia
Chico's Energy Efficiency and               CA   EE   B5.1, A9,    11/16/2009
Conservation Strategy, Audits,                          A11
Education Program, and Streetlight
Retrofits; Chico, California


El Monte's Installation of "Cool" Roofs     CA   EE   B5.1, B2.5   11/16/2009
on City Hall, Upgrade of Heating,
Ventilating, and Air Conditioning
Systems, and Installation of Direct
Digital Controls
Elizabeth's Revolving Loan Program,         NJ   EE    B5.1,       11/16/2009
Technical Consultants, Sub-grantee                    B2.5, A1,
Program, and Energy Efficiency                        A9, A11
Retrofits; Elizabeth, New Jersey
Des Moines' Energy Efficiency Retrofits     IA   EE    B1.32,      11/17/2009
and Programs                                          B5.1, A1,
                                                      A9, A11




Iredell County's Lighting Retrofits to      NC   EE   B5.1, B2.5   11/17/2009
County Government Buildings

Harrison County's Replacement               MS   EE     B5.1       11/18/2009
of Existing Heating, Ventilating, and Air
Conditioning Systems
Kannapolis' Water Treatment Plant           NC   EE   B2.5, B5.1   11/18/2009
Pump Retrofit; Kannapolis, North
Carolina

Calumet City's Police                       IL   EE   B5.1, B2.5   11/19/2009
Department Heating, Ventilating, and
Air Conditioning Upgrade; Calumet
City, Illinois
Collierville's Energy Conservation          TN   EE    A9, A11     11/19/2009
Program; Collierville, Tennessee




Methuen's Energy Efficiency and Green       MA   EE    A9, A11     11/19/2009
Government - Community Education
Program




Methuen's Technical Consultant              MA   EE    A9, A11     11/19/2009
Services




Milford's Replacement of Existing           DE   EE   B5.1, B1.3   11/19/2009
Street Lighting with Light-emitting diode
Lights




Swinomish Indian Tribal Community           WA   EE   B3.6, B5.1   11/19/2009
Renewable Energy Solar
Demonstration (Medical Clinic)




Cheektowaga's Installation of               NY   EE     B5.1       11/23/2009
Photovoltaic Solar Panels
Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation Energy     AZ   EE   B5.1, A9   11/23/2009
Efficiency Audits on Government
Buildings; Arizona




Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation Energy     AZ   EE    B2.5,     11/23/2009
Efficiency Retrofits on Government                B5.1, A1
Buildings; Arizona




Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake        WI   EE   A1, A9,    11/23/2009
Superior Chippewa Indians Energy                   A11
Efficiency and Conservation Strategy;
Wisconsin

Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake        WI   EE   B5.1, A9   11/23/2009
Superior Chippewa Indians Energy
Efficiency Audits; Wisconsin




Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake        WI   EE    B2.5,     11/23/2009
Superior Chippewa Indians Energy                  B5.1, A1
Efficiency Retrofits
Mount Vernon's Energy Efficiency           NY   EE     B5.1,      11/23/2009
Retrofits and Programs                               B1.32, A1,
                                                      A9, A11




Churchill County's Heating, Ventilating,   NV   EE     B5.1       11/24/2009
and Air Conditioning Retrofit


Forest County Potawatomi Community         WI   EE   B5.1, A9     11/24/2009
Energy Efficiency Retrofits; Wisconsin




Forest County Potawatomi Community         WI   EE    B5.1,       11/24/2009
Material Conservation Program;                       B6.8, A9
Wisconsin
Forest County Potawatomi Community         WI      EE   B5.1, A9     11/24/2009
Street Lighting Project; Wisconsin




Plainfield's Public Works Facility's        IL     EE     B1.3,      12/2/2009
Building and Parking Lot Lighting                       B2.5, B5.1
Retrofit
Quechan Tribe of the Fort Yuma Indian     CA, AZ   EE    B2.5,       12/3/2009
Reservation of California /Arizona                      B5.1, A1
Tribal Center Retrofits



Pedro Bay Native Village Technical         AK      EE    A9, A11     12/4/2009
Consulting Services for Mini
Hydropower Feasibility Study

Yomba Shoshone Tribe of the Yomba          NV      EE    A1, A9,     12/4/2009
Reservation Energy Efficiency and                         A11
Conservation Strategy


Yomba Shoshone Tribe of the Yomba          NV      EE    B2.5,       12/4/2009
Reservation Energy Efficiency Retrofits                 B5.1, A1



Beavercreek's Energy Conservation          OH      EE    A1, A9      12/7/2009
Audit for City Hall and Police Building




Beavercreek's Heating, Ventilating, and    OH      EE   B2.5, B5.1   12/7/2009
Air Conditioning Retrofit for City Hall
and Police Building
Beavercreek's Technical Consultant     OH   EE    A11, A9     12/7/2009
Services




Bell's Public Lighting Replacement     CA   EE   B1.3, B5.1   12/23/2009
Project


Koniag Incorporated Renewable          AK   EE   B3.6, B5.1   12/7/2009
Energy Technologies - Solar




Mashantucket Pequot Tribe Energy       CT   EE   B5.1, A9     12/7/2009
Audits




Mashantucket Pequot Tribe Energy       CT   EE    A9, A1,     12/7/2009
Efficiency and Conservation Strategy               A11




Mashantucket Pequot Tribe Technical    CT   EE    A9, A1,     12/7/2009
Consulting Services                                A11
Round Valley Indian Tribes of the      CA   EE    B2.5,       12/7/2009
Round Valley Reservation Energy                  B5.1, A1
Efficiency Retrofits




Round Valley Indian Tribes of the      CA   EE   B3.6, B5.1   12/7/2009
Round Valley Reservation Renewable
Energy Technologies - Solar




San Carlos Apache Tribe of the San     AZ   EE   B5.1, A9     12/7/2009
Carlos Reservation Energy Audits




San Carlos Apache Tribe of the San     AZ   EE    B2.5,       12/7/2009
Carlos Reservation Energy Audits                 B5.1, A1
Energy Efficiency Retrofits




San Carlos Apache Tribe of the San     AZ   EE    A1, A9,     12/7/2009
Carlos Reservation Energy Efficiency               A11
and Conservation Strategy


San Carlos Apache Tribe of the San     AZ   EE    A9, A11     12/7/2009
Carlos Reservation Technical
Consulting Services


Fort Belknap Indian Community of the   MT   EE    A1, A9,     12/8/2009
Fort Belknap Reservation Energy                    A11
Efficiency & Conservation Strategy
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Energy          ND, SD   EE    A1, A9,     12/9/2009
Efficiency, Conservation, and Energy                      A11
Independence Strategy




Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Wind             ND      EE   B3.6, B5.1   12/9/2009
Energy Project




Miami Tribe Energy Efficiency Retrofits    OK      EE    B5.1,       12/10/2009
                                                        B2.5, A1



Native Village of Chitina Renewable        AK      EE     B3.6,      12/10/2009
Energy Technology—Solar Array for                         B5.1,
Community Hall                                            B4.12


Cold Springs Rancheria of Mono             CA      EE   B5.1, A9,    12/14/2009
Indians Community Center Energy                           A11
Efficiency Audit




United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee          OK      EE   B5.1, A9     12/14/2009
Indians Energy Efficiency and
Conservation Program




Confederated Tribes of the Goshute        UT, NV   EE    B2.5,       12/16/2009
Reservation Energy Efficiency Retrofits                 B5.1, A1
Morongo Band of Cahuilla Mission         CA   EE   B3.6, B5.1   12/16/2009
Indians of the Morongo Reservation
Renewable Energy Technology - Solar



Sun'aq Tribe of Kodiak Energy            AK   EE    A1, A9,     12/16/2009
Efficiency and Conservation Strategy                 A11




Sun'aq Tribe of Kodiak Tribal Center     AK   EE   B2.5, B5.1   12/16/2009
Retrofits




Alatna Village Renewable Energy          AK   EE   B3.6, B5.1   12/18/2009
Technology—Solar




Circle Native Community Energy           AK   EE    B2.5,       12/18/2009
Efficiency Retrofits                               B5.1, A1




Hughes Village Energy Efficiency         AK   EE    B2.5,       12/18/2009
Retrofits                                          B5.1, A1


Koyukuk Native Village Street Lighting   AK   EE    B1.32,      12/18/2009
                                                     B5.1


Native Village of Minto Energy           AK   EE    B2.5,       12/18/2009
Efficiency Retrofits                               B5.1, A1
Native Village of Stevens Energy         AK   EE    B2.5,       12/18/2009
Efficiency Retrofits                               B5.1, A1




Nikolai Village Energy Distribution      AK   EE   B2.5, B5.1   12/18/2009




Rampart Village Energy Efficiency        AK   EE    B2.5,       12/18/2009
Audits/Retrofits                                   B5.1, A1,
                                                      A9




Shageluk Native Village Renewable        AK   EE   B3.6, B5.1   12/18/2009
Energy Technology—Solar




Village of Kaltag Energy Audits          AK   EE   B5.1, A9,    12/18/2009
                                                     A11



Village of Venetie Energy Distribution   AK   EE   B2.5, B5.1   12/18/2009
Project



King Island Native Community Energy      AK   EE   B5.1, A9     12/22/2009
Audits




Native Village of Karluk Energy          AK   EE    A9, A11     12/22/2009
Efficiency and Conservation Strategy
Yavapai-Apache Nation of the Camp          AZ   EE    B1.32,      12/22/2009
Verde Indian Reservation Street                        B5.1
Lighting Retrofits




Galloway's Programmable                    NJ   EE     B2.5,      12/23/2009
Thermostats, Power Management                        B5.1, B2.2
Systems, Heating, Ventilating, and Air
Conditioning Controls, Occupancy
Sensors
Galloway's Rooftop Heating,                NJ   EE     B2.5,      12/23/2009
Ventilating, and Air Conditioning Unit               B5.1, B1.4
Replacement, Boiler Replacement,
Lighting Upgrade
Placentia's Building Audit                 CA   EE    A9, A11     12/23/2009
Implementation Program




Placentia's Residential ENERGY             CA   EE   B5.1, A9,    12/23/2009
STAR® Appliance Rebate Program                         A11



Grand Blanc's Development and              MI   EE    B1.13,      12/28/2009
Implementation of Transportation                       B5.1
Programs: Sidewalks on Saginaw
Street

Arlington's Replacement of Main            MA   EE     B2.5,      12/29/2009
Heating Plant Boiler at Arlington High               B5.1, B1.3
School




Belleville's Energy Efficiency Retrofits   IL   EE     B2.5,      12/29/2009
on Municipal Buildings: Lighting,                    B5.1, B1.3
Window Replacement, and Insulation
Bellevue's Energy Efficiency Retrofits:   NE     EE        B5.1,      12/29/2009
Heating, Ventilating, and Air                              B1.3,
Conditioning Upgrade, Building                           B2.2, B2.5
Controls, Lighting, and Energy
Efficiency Remodeling




St. Croix Chippewa Indians Energy         WI     EE      B5.1, A9      1/4/2010
Efficiency Audits



Evesham's Solar Panel Conversion          NJ     EE      B5.1, B3.6   1/14/2010




Huber Heights' Replacement of High-       OH     EE        B2.5,      1/14/2010
Pressure Sodium Outdoor Fixtures                         B5.1, B1.3
With Efficient CFC Fixtures




Plug-in Hybrid Electric Medium Duty       CA   EE-NETL   A1, A11,     12/23/2009
Commercial Fleet Demonstration and                        B3.6
Evaluation
AZ City Glendale                          AZ   EE-GO      A9, A11,    10/1/2009
                                                         B2.5, B5.1




OH City Cleveland                         OH   EE-GO      A9, A11,    10/1/2009
                                                         B2.5, B5.1
UT City Salt Lake                      UT   EE-GO   A9, A11,    10/19/2009
                                                     B5.1




WI City Madison                        WI   EE-GO   A9, A11,    10/19/2009
                                                      B2.5,
                                                    B5.1, C12




WV State Energy Office West Virginia   WV   EE-GO   A9, A11     10/19/2009




HI City Honolulu                       HI   EE-GO   A9, B5.1    10/23/2009




NV County Clark                        NV   EE-GO   A9, A11,    10/23/2009
                                                     B2.5,
                                                    B5.1, A9



CA County Contra Costa                 CA   EE-GO   A9, A11,    10/27/2009
                                                     B5.1
PA County Montgomery            PA   EE-GO   A9, A11,   10/27/2009
                                              B5.1



TX County Montgomery            TX   EE-GO   A9, A11,   10/27/2009
                                              B5.1


VA City Chesapeake              VA   EE-GO   A9, A11,   10/27/2009
                                              B5.1




WA County Clark                 WA   EE-GO   A9, A11,   10/27/2009
                                              B5.1,




AK State Energy Office Alaska   AK   EE-GO   A9, A11    11/2/2009




CA City Sacramento              CA   EE-GO   A9, A11,   11/2/2009
                                              B5.1




MN City St. Paul                MN   EE-GO   A9, A11,   11/2/2009
                                              B5.2




NM City Albuquerque             NM   EE-GO   A9, B5.1   11/2/2009
PA County Lancaster        PA   EE-GO   A9, A11,    11/2/2009
                                         B5.1




Wave Energy Research and   OR   EE-GO   A9, B3.1,   11/5/2009
Demonstration Center                      B3.6



AZ City Tucson             AZ   EE-GO   A9, A11,    11/9/2009
                                         B5.1




OH County Franklin         OH   EE-GO   A9, A11     11/9/2009


AZ City Pinal              AZ   EE-GO   A9, A11,    11/11/2009
                                         B5.1



CA City Irvine             CA   EE-GO   A9, A11,    11/11/2009
                                         B5.1




FL City Orlando            FL   EE-GO   A9, A11,    11/11/2009
                                         B5.1
FL County Escambia               FL   EE-GO   A9, A11,     11/11/2009
                                               B5.1




FL State Energy Office Florida   FL   EE-GO    A8, A9,     11/11/2009
                                              A11, B2.2,
                                                B3.1,
                                              B3.6, B5.1



IL County McHenry                IL   EE-GO   A9, A11,     11/11/2009
                                               B5.1




ME State Energy Office Maine     ME   EE-GO     B5.1       11/11/2009


OR County Washington             OR   EE-GO    A9, A11,    11/11/2009
                                              B2.5, B5.1




SC County Horry                  SC   EE-GO     B5.1       11/11/2009
SC County Richland     SC   EE-GO    A9, A11,    11/11/2009
                                    B2.5, B5.1




TX City San Antonio    TX   EE-GO    A9, A11,    11/11/2009
                                      B2.5,
                                    B3.6, B5.1

TX County Fort Bend    TX   EE-GO   A9, A11,     11/11/2009
                                     B5.1




MD County Howard       MD   EE-GO   A9, B5.1     11/18/2009




MD County Montgomery   MD   EE-GO   A9, B5.1     11/18/2009




MI County Oakland      MI   EE-GO   A9, A11,     11/18/2009
                                     B5.1




NY City Buffalo        NY   EE-GO   A9, B5.1     11/18/2009
OH City Cincinnati                        OH   EE-GO   A9, A11,   11/18/2009
                                                        B5.1




WA County Pierce                          WA   EE-GO   A9, A11,   11/18/2009
                                                        B5.1,




Alternative Crops and Biofuels            OK   EE-GO     A9       11/19/2009
Production




Univ Of South Dakota Catalysis Group      SD   EE-GO    B3.6      11/19/2009
for Alternative Energy




Active Acoustic Deterrence of Migratory   CO   EE-GO   A9, B3.3   11/23/2009
Whales

Agricultural Renewable Energy             AZ   EE-GO    B5.1      11/23/2009
Conversion Incentive Program




AZ City Chandler                          AZ   EE-GO   A9, A11,   11/23/2009
                                                        B5.1
BioEthanol Collaborative                   SC   EE-GO    B3.6      11/23/2009




Energy Efficiency and Renewable            AZ   EE-GO    B5.1      11/23/2009
Energy in Schools


Health Lab Heat Recovery                   SD   EE-GO    B5.1      11/23/2009




Manufacturing Industrial Development       MI   EE-GO   A9, A11    11/23/2009
for the Alternative Energy Systems



MDSP Design Development                    SD   EE-GO   A9, B3.1   11/23/2009


Michigan Biogas Center of Excellence       MI   EE-GO   A9, B3.6   11/23/2009




NaSi and Na-SG Powder Hydrogen             NY   EE-GO    B3.6      11/23/2009
Fuel Cells
Recovery Act - PEM Fuel Cell Systems       WA   EE-GO    B5.1      11/23/2009
Providing Emergency Reserve and
Backup Power



Snohomish County Public Utility District   WA   EE-GO     A9       11/23/2009
Geothermal Energy Study




Technical Assistance for Application       SD   EE-GO     A11      11/23/2009
Preparation
WY Residential Renewable Energy        WY   EE-GO     B5.1      11/23/2009
Grants




Biomass Energy Generation Project      IA   EE-GO     B3.6      11/30/2009




Coasta; Ohio Wind Project              OH   EE-GO   A9, B3.1,   11/30/2009
                                                      B3.3




Columbia Gorge Community College       OR   EE-GO   A9, B3.6    11/30/2009
Wind Energy Workforce Training
Nacelle




Energy Efficient Electronics Cooling   IN   EE-GO   A9, B3.6    11/30/2009
Project




Hyperspectral Polymer Solar Cells      NY   EE-GO     B3.6      11/30/2009
Rhode Island Ocean Area              RI   EE-GO   A9, B3.3     11/30/2009
Management Plan (Ocean Samp)




Texas Tech Great Plains Wind Power   TX   EE-GO   A9, B3.1,    11/30/2009
Test Facility                                       B5.1




US Army Corps Niagara River, NY      NY   EE-GO    A9, A11     11/30/2009
Small Hydropower




CA County San Diego                  CA   EE-GO    A9, A11,    12/2/2009
                                                  B3.1, B5.1




DC State Energy Office District of   DC   EE-GO   A9, B5.1     12/2/2009
Columbia
FL City St. Petersburg   FL   EE-GO     B5.1       12/2/2009




NY County Westchester    NY   EE-GO   A9, B5.1     12/2/2009




PA County Northampton    PA   EE-GO     B5.1       12/2/2009

PR City San Juan         PR   EE-GO   A9, B5.1     12/2/2009




TX City Arlington        TX   EE-GO   A9, A11,     12/2/2009
                                       B5.1




UT County Salt Lake      UT   EE-GO   A9, A11,     12/2/2009
                                       B5.1




VA County Chesterfield   VA   EE-GO   A11, B2.5,   12/2/2009
                                        B5.1

VA County Henrico        VA   EE-GO     B5.1       12/2/2009
WA County Snohomish                    WA   EE-GO   A9, A11,     12/2/2009
                                                     B5.1




CA City Long Beach                     CA   EE-GO   A11, B5.1    12/3/2009


NJ City Jersey City                    NJ   EE-GO   B3.1, B5.1   12/3/2009




NV City Reno                           NV   EE-GO   B3.1, B5.1   12/3/2009




CA City Fresno                         CA   EE-GO   A9, A11,     12/15/2009
                                                     B5.1




The Program of Excellence in Natural   OH   EE-GO   A9, B3.6     12/15/2009
Rubber Alternatives




Advanced High Power Density            MO   EE-GO   A9, B3.6     12/17/2009
Permanent Magnet Wind Generators
Condition Based Monitoring for Wind    MN   EE-GO   A9, A11,     12/17/2009
Farms                                                B3.6




Recovery Act: 20% Wind by 2030:        MT   EE-GO      A9        12/17/2009
Overcoming the Challenges



Recovery Act: Multi-level Energy       TN   EE-GO   A9, B3.6     12/17/2009
Storage and Controls for Large-scale
Wind Energy Integration




Recovery Act: Wind Blade               NC   EE-GO   A9, B3.6     12/17/2009
Manufacturing Innovation




Recovery Act: Wind Turbine             NY   EE-GO   A9, B3.6     12/17/2009
Manufacturing Process Monitoring




Techno-economic Modeling of the        TX   EE-GO    A9, A11     12/17/2009
Integration of 20% Wind and Large-
scale energy storage in ERCOT by
2030
WA County Kitsap                       WA   EE-GO    A9, A11,    12/18/2009
                                                    B5.1, B5.1
CA City Riverside          CA   EE-GO   A9, A11,     12/20/2009
                                         B5.1




CA City San Jose           CA   EE-GO   A9, A11,     12/20/2009
                                         B5.1

CA County Monterey         CA   EE-GO   A9, A11,     12/20/2009
                                         B5.1




CA County San Bernardino   CA   EE-GO   A9, A11,     12/20/2009
                                         B5.1




KS City Wichita            KS   EE-GO   A9, A11,     12/20/2009
                                         B5.1




LA City Baton Rouge        LA   EE-GO    A9, A11,    12/20/2009
                                          B2.2,
                                        B3.6, B5.1



MD County Baltimore        MD   EE-GO    A9, A11,    12/20/2009
                                        B2.2, B5.1
NY County Orange                  NY   EE-GO    A9, A11,    12/20/2009
                                               B2.5, B5.1




PA County Berks                   PA   EE-GO     B5.1       12/20/2009


PA County Westmoreland            PA   EE-GO   A9, A11,     12/20/2009
                                                B5.1




TX City Laredo                    TX   EE-GO   A9, A11,     12/20/2009
                                                B5.1




OH City Columbus                  OH   EE-GO   A1, B5.1     12/21/2009




Decision Analysis for Enhanced    MA   EE-GO      A9        12/22/2009
Geothermal Systems




DMNS ECF Ground Source Heat       CO   EE-GO      A9        12/23/2009
Pump Project



Experiment-Based Model for the    CA   EE-GO   A9, B3.6     12/23/2009
Chemical Interactions between
Geothermal Rocks, Supercritical
Carbon Dioxide and Water
High Temperature 3000 Directional          CO   EE-GO   A9, B3.6   12/23/2009
Drilling System




A New Analytic-Adaptive Model for          NV   EE-GO     A9       12/28/2009
EGS Assessment, Development and
Management Support




High Efficiency, Low-Cost, Multijunction   IL   EE-GO    B3.6      12/28/2009
Solar Cells Based on Epitaxial Liftoff
and Wafer Bonding; NREL Tracking
No. 09-041



High Penetration Solar Deployment          CA   EE-GO   A9, B3.1   12/28/2009




Recovery Act: Milwaukee Shines for a       WI   EE-GO   A9, A11    12/28/2009
Sustainable Solar Economy




Solar Installer Instructor Training        ME   EE-GO   A9, A11,   12/28/2009
Project                                                  B3.6
Tailored Working Fluids for Enhanced     CT   EE-GO   A9, B3.6,   12/28/2009
Binary Geothermal Power Plants                          B5.1




Pressure Sensor and Telemetry            NY   EE-GO   A9, B3.6    12/29/2009
Methods for measurement while drilling
in geothermal wells




City of Yucaipa 250 kilowatt             CA   EE-GO     B5.1      12/31/2009
Photovoltaic Carport Canopy System


OH City Akron                            OH   EE-GO   A9, A11,    12/22/2010
                                                       B5.1




Energy Conservation Assistance           CA   EE-GO     B5.1      12/31/2009
Account Loan Projects

PR City Bayamon                          PR   EE-GO     B5.1

Specific Manufacturing Capability Dial   ID    ID      B1.15      11/2/2009
Room


Smoking Shelters                         ID    ID       B1.5      11/9/2009




ICP Routine Maintenance                  ID    ID       B1.3      11/10/2009
Removal of Central Facilities Area        ID     ID        B1.15      12/16/2009
(CFA)-661 Interior Walls and
Mezzanine




Cotter Corp Exploratory Drill Hole on     CO     LM      B3.1, B1.3   11/9/2009
Tract C-SR-13A




Brush Clearing for Well Installation      NM     LM        B1.3       12/14/2009

Carbon Capture and Sequestration (via     TX   FE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/2/2009
Enhanced Oil Recovery) Project _                           B3.1
Phase I


Engineer, Assemble, and Test              ND   EE-NETL A9, B3.6,      12/15/2009
Electrified Vehicle Drive Electronics                   B5.1,
                                                        B1.31
Rotating Electrical Products Production   IN   EE-NETL A9, B5.1,      12/15/2009
- Phase I                                               B1.31

Alternative and Clean Energy              PA   EE-NETL    A1, A9      11/18/2009
Technology Development and
Commercialization Initiative
Alternative and Clean Energy              PA   EE-NETL    A1, A9      11/18/2009
Technology Development and
Commercialization Initiative
Alternative and Clean Energy              PA   EE-NETL    A1, A9      11/18/2009
Technology Development and
Commercialization Initiative
Alternative and Clean Energy              PA   EE-NETL    A1, A9      11/18/2009
Technology Development and
Commercialization Initiative
A Novel Biogas Desulphurization           CO   EE-NETL     B3.6       12/10/2009
Sorbent Technology for Molten
Carbonate Fuel Cell - Based Combined
Heat and Power Systems
A Novel Biogas Desulphurization           CA   EE-NETL     B3.6       12/11/2009
Sorbent Technology for Molten
Carbonate Fuel Cell- Based Combined
Heat and Power Systems
A Novel Biogas Desulphurization         CO   EE-NETL     B3.6       12/11/2009
Sorbent Technology for Molten
Carbonate Fuel Cell- Based Combined
Heat and Power Systems
Commercial/Industrial Loans and         MD   EE-NETL A1, B1.3,      11/6/2009
Grants                                                 B1.4,
                                                       B1.5,
                                                      B1.15,
                                                      B1.22,
                                                      B1.24,
                                                      B1.31,
                                                     B2.1, B2.5

MD Rev1 - Clean Energy Grant            MD   EE-NETL     B1.3,      11/6/2009
Programs                                                 B1.5,
                                                        B1.15,
                                                        B1.31,
                                                       B2.5, B5.1

MD Rev1 -- Multi-Family Housing         MD   EE-NETL A7, B1.3,      11/6/2009
Retrofits for Low and Moderate Income                  B1.4,
Families                                              B1.15,
                                                      B1.22,
                                                      B1.23,
                                                      B1.24,
                                                      B1.31,
                                                       B2.1,
                                                       B2.2,
                                                     B2.5, B5.1

MD Rev1 EmPOWERing Financing            MD   EE-NETL    A1, A7,     11/6/2009
Initiative                                              A9, A11,
                                                         B1.3,
                                                         B1.4,
                                                         B1.5,
                                                         B1.15,
                                                         B1.22,
                                                         B1.24,
                                                         B1.31,
                                                         B2.1,
                                                         B2.2,
                                                       B2.5, B5.1

MD Rev1-Alternative Transportation      MD   EE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/6/2009
Fuel and Infrastructure Grants                           A11,
                                                        B1.15,
                                                        B1.22,
                                                        B1.24,
                                                        B1.31,
                                                       B2.5, B5.1

MD Rev1-Clean Energy Job Training       MD   EE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/6/2009
and Building Code Technical                              A11
Assistance
MD Rev1-Grants to Promote Mid-size   MD   EE-NETL A7, B1.3,      11/6/2009
Renewables at Private & Government                  B1.4,
Buildings                                          B1.15,
                                                   B1.22,
                                                   B1.24,
                                                   B1.31,
                                                    B2.2,
                                                  B2.5, B5.1

MD-Rev1 State Agency Loans           MD   EE-NETL    A1, A7,     11/6/2009
Programs                                             A9, A11,
                                                      B1.3,
                                                      B1.4,
                                                      B1.5,
                                                      B1.15,
                                                      B1.24,
                                                      B1.31,
                                                      B2.1,
                                                      B2.2,
                                                    B2.5, B5.1

State Energy Program American        KY   EE-NETL     B1.4,      11/6/2009
Recovery and Reinvestment Act KY                      B1.5,
Rev1 -- Green Bank Loan Program --                   B1.15,
FFA Training Facility                                B1.22,
                                                     B1.24,
                                                     B1.31,
                                                      B2.1,
                                                      B2.2,
                                                    B2.5, B5.1

State Energy Program American        KY   EE-NETL     B1.4,      11/6/2009
Recovery and Reinvestment Act KY                      B1.5,
Rev1 -- Green Bank Loan Program --                   B1.15,
School for Blind                                     B1.22,
                                                     B1.24,
                                                     B1.31,
                                                      B2.1,
                                                      B2.2,
                                                    B2.5, B5.1

State Energy Program American        KY   EE-NETL     B1.4,      11/6/2009
Recovery and Reinvestment Act KY                      B1.5,
Rev1 -- Green Bank Loan Program --                   B1.15,
School for Deaf                                      B1.22,
                                                     B1.24,
                                                     B1.31,
                                                      B2.1,
                                                      B2.2,
                                                    B2.5, B5.1
Clean Energy Grant Program             FL   EE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/9/2009
                                                      A11, B1.3,
                                                        B1.4,
                                                        B1.5,
                                                       B1.15,
                                                       B1.22,
                                                       B1.23,
                                                       B1.24,
                                                       B1.31,
                                                        B2.1,
                                                        B2.2,
                                                      B2.5, B5.1


Energy Opportunity Fund                FL   EE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/9/2009
                                                      A11, B1.3,
                                                        B1.4,
                                                        B1.5,
                                                       B1.15,
                                                       B1.22,
                                                       B1.23,
                                                       B1.24,
                                                       B1.31,
                                                        B2.1,
                                                        B2.2,
                                                      B2.5, B5.1


CT Rev2-Retrofit 9 State Bldgs:UConn   CT   EE-NETL    A9, A11,    11/16/2009
Health Center;410-74 Capitol Ave;                       B1.3,
Quinnebaug Fish Htch; Milford SupCt;                    B1.4,
Danbury SupCt;25 Sigourney; Uncas                       B1.5,
Govt Ctr; WCSU Litchfield; Bullard-                     B1.15,
Havens THS                                              B1.23,
                                                        B1.24,
                                                        B1.31,
                                                        B2.1,
                                                        B2.2,
                                                      B2.5, B5.1

NJ Rev1-Energy Efficiency Programs     NJ   EE-NETL    A9, A11,    11/17/2009
through the Clean Energy Program                        B1.3,
                                                        B1.4,
                                                        B1.5,
                                                        B1.7,
                                                        B1.15,
                                                        B1.22,
                                                        B1.23,
                                                        B1.24,
                                                        B1.31,
                                                        B2.1,
                                                        B2.2,
                                                      B2.5, B5.1
NJ Rev1-Energy Efficiency Upgrades      NJ   EE-NETL    A9, A11,    11/17/2009
for State Buildings                                      B1.3,
                                                         B1.4,
                                                         B1.5,
                                                         B1.15,
                                                         B1.22,
                                                         B1.23,
                                                         B1.24,
                                                         B1.31,
                                                         B2.1,
                                                         B2.2,
                                                       B2.5, B5.1

NJ Rev1-Financing Program for           NJ   EE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/17/2009
Residential Solar                                        A11,
                                                        B1.15,
                                                        B1.24,
                                                        B1.31,
                                                       B2.5, B5.1

NJ Rev1-Grants for Energy Efficiency,   NJ   EE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/17/2009
Renewable Energy and Alternative                       A11, B1.3,
Energy Applications                                      B1.4,
                                                         B1.5,
                                                         B1.7,
                                                        B1.15,
                                                        B1.22,
                                                        B1.23,
                                                        B1.24,
                                                        B1.31,
                                                         B2.1,
                                                         B2.2,
                                                         B2.5,
                                                         B4.4,
                                                         B5.1

NJ Rev1-Grants for State-Sponsored      NJ   EE-NETL    A9, A11,    11/17/2009
Renewable Energy and Energy                              B1.3,
Efficiency Projects                                      B1.4,
                                                         B1.5,
                                                         B1.15,
                                                         B1.22,
                                                         B1.23,
                                                         B1.24,
                                                         B1.31,
                                                         B2.2,
                                                         B2.5,
                                                       B4.4, B5.1
NJ Rev1-Low-Interest Loan Program       NJ   EE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/17/2009
for Residential Energy Efficiency                        B1.3,
                                                         B1.4,
                                                         B1.5,
                                                         B1.7,
                                                        B1.15,
                                                        B1.24,
                                                        B1.31,
                                                         B2.1,
                                                         B2.2,
                                                         B2.3,
                                                       B2.5, B5.1

NJ Rev1-Multifamily Energy Efficiency   NJ   EE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/17/2009
Improvement Pilot (MEEIP)                              A11, B1.3,
                                                         B1.4,
                                                         B1.5,
                                                         B1.7,
                                                        B1.15,
                                                        B1.23,
                                                        B1.24,
                                                        B1.31,
                                                         B2.1,
                                                         B2.2,
                                                       B2.5, B5.1


MA Rev1 High Performance Buildings      MA   EE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/19/2009
Program                                                A11, B1.3,
                                                         B1.4,
                                                         B1.5,
                                                         B1.7,
                                                        B1.15,
                                                        B1.22,
                                                        B1.23,
                                                        B1.31,
                                                         B2.1,
                                                       B2.5, B5.1


MA Rev1 -Massachusetts Solar            MA   EE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/19/2009
Stimulus                                               A11, B1.7,
                                                        B1.15,
                                                        B1.24,
                                                        B1.31,
                                                         B2.1,
                                                       B2.2, B5.1
MA-Rev1-Leading By Example             MA   EE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/19/2009
                                                      A11, B1.3,
                                                        B1.4,
                                                        B1.5,
                                                        B1.7,
                                                       B1.15,
                                                       B1.22,
                                                       B1.23,
                                                       B1.24,
                                                       B1.31,
                                                        B2.1,
                                                        B2.2,
                                                      B2.5, B5.1


KY Rev2 - Kentucky Energy Efficiency   KY   EE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/23/2009
Program for Schools (KEEPS)                           A11, B5.1

KY Rev2 - Kentucky Farm Energy         KY   EE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/23/2009
Efficiency and Renewable Energy                       A11, B1.3,
Partnership                                             B1.4,
                                                        B1.5,
                                                        B1.7,
                                                       B1.15,
                                                       B1.22,
                                                       B1.24,
                                                       B1.31,
                                                        B2.1,
                                                        B2.2,
                                                        B2.5,
                                                        B5.1,
                                                        B5.12

KY Rev2 Green and Healthy Schools      KY   EE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/23/2009
Program (GHS)                                         A11, B1.3,
                                                        B1.4,
                                                        B1.5,
                                                        B1.7,
                                                       B1.15,
                                                       B1.24,
                                                       B1.31,
                                                        B2.1,
                                                        B2.3,
                                                      B2.5, B5.1
KY Rev2 Green Bank of KY                KY   EE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/23/2009
                                                       A11, B1.3,
                                                         B1.4,
                                                         B1.5,
                                                         B1.7,
                                                        B1.15,
                                                        B1.22,
                                                        B1.24,
                                                        B1.31,
                                                         B2.1,
                                                         B2.2,
                                                       B2.5, B5.1


KY Rev2-Home Performance with           KY   EE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/23/2009
EnergySTAR                                               A11

KY Rev2-Kentucky Multi-Farm             KY   EE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/23/2009
Collaborative Agricultural Energy                      A11, B1.3,
Initiatives Program                                      B1.4,
                                                         B1.5,
                                                         B1.7,
                                                        B1.15,
                                                        B1.22,
                                                        B1.24,
                                                        B1.31,
                                                         B2.1,
                                                         B2.2,
                                                         B2.5,
                                                         B5.1,
                                                         B5.2,
                                                         B5.12

KY Rev2-Utility Smart Grid Initiative   KY   EE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/23/2009
                                                       A11, B1.7,
                                                        B1.24,
                                                        B1.31,
                                                         B2.2,
                                                         B2.5,
                                                         B4.4,
                                                       B4.6, B5.1


Clean Energy Coalition Michigan Green   MI   EE-NETL    A1, A9      11/27/2009
Fleets
North Central Texas Alternative Fuel    TX   EE-NETL    A1, A9      11/27/2009
and Advanced Technology Investments


Advanced Battery Manufacturing          PA   EE-NETL    B1.24,      11/30/2009
Equipment and Facilities Program                        B1.31,
                                                         B5.1
Allison Hybrid Assembly, Test, and     IN   EE-NETL A9, B1.4,      11/30/2009
Development. Activities at 2                         B1.24,
Indianapolis locations (Eagle Creek                  B1.31,
Tech Ctr and Speedway Campus)                       B2.1, B5.1

WV Rev1-Energy Efficiency in State     WV   EE-NETL  B1.31,        12/2/2009
Buildings: Corrections -- Project 1                   B2.5,
Huttonsville Correctional Center                      B5.1,
                                                      B5.4,
                                                      B5.5.
KY Rev2-Commercial Office Building     KY   EE-NETL   B1.4,        12/3/2009
Retrofit Showcase                                     B1.5,
                                                     B1.15,
                                                     B1.23,
                                                     B1.24,
                                                     B1.31,
                                                      B2.1,
                                                      B2.2,
                                                    B2.5, B5.1

KY Rev2-Industrial Facility Retrofit   KY   EE-NETL     B1.4,      12/4/2009
Showcase                                               B1.15,
                                                       B1.22,
                                                       B1.23,
                                                       B1.24,
                                                       B1.31,
                                                        B2.1,
                                                        B2.2,
                                                      B2.5, B5.1

Carolinas Blue Skies & Green Jobs      NC   EE-NETL    A1, A9      12/10/2009
Initiative
Carolinas Blue Skies & Green Jobs      NC   EE-NETL    A1, A9      12/10/2009
Initiative
Carolinas Blue Skies & Green Jobs      NC   EE-NETL    A1, A9      12/10/2009
Initiative
Carolinas Blue Skies & Green Jobs      NC   EE-NETL    A1, A9      12/10/2009
Initiative

Carolinas Blue Skies & Green Jobs      SC   EE-NETL    A1, A9      12/10/2009
Initiative
Chicago Area Alternative Fuel          IL   EE-NETL    A1, A9      12/10/2009
Deployment Project
Chicago Area Alternative Fuel          IL   EE-NETL    A1, A9      12/10/2009
Deployment Project
DeKalb County/Metro Atlanta            GA   EE-NETL    A1, A9      12/10/2009
Alternative Fuel Project
Development of a National Liquid       TX   EE-NETL    A1, A9      12/10/2009
Propane (Autogas) Refueling Network,
Clean School Bus/Vehicle Incentive &
Green Jobs Outreach Program

Kentucky Hybrid School Bus Project     KY   EE-NETL    A1, A9      12/10/2009
Kentucky Hybrid School Bus Project         KY      EE-NETL   A1, A9     12/10/2009

Maryland Hybrid Truck Goods                MD      EE-NETL   A1, A9     12/10/2009
Movement Initiative
Midwest Region Alternative Fuels           MO      EE-NETL   A1, A9     12/10/2009
Project

Puget Sound Clean Cities Petroleum         WA      EE-NETL   A1, A9     12/10/2009
Reduction Project
Puget Sound Clean Cities Petroleum         WA      EE-NETL   A1, A9,    12/10/2009
Reduction Project                                             B5.1

Puget Sound Clean Cities Petroleum         WA      EE-NETL   A1, A9,    12/10/2009
Reduction Project                                             B5.1

Puget Sound Clean Cities Petroleum         WA      EE-NETL   A1, A9,    12/10/2009
Reduction Project                                             B5.1

Puget Sound Clean Cities Petroleum         WA      EE-NETL   A1, A9,    12/10/2009
Reduction Project                                             B5.1

Texas Propane Fleet Pilot Program          TX      EE-NETL   A1, A9     12/10/2009

Strategy to Accelerate US Transition to    MI      EE-NETL   A1, B3.6   11/18/2009
Electric Vehicles
General Administrative Action to gather    WI      EE-NETL     A9       12/10/2009
information for American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act Award.

Plug-in Hybrid Electric Medium Duty        MI      EE-NETL   A1, B3.6   12/10/2009
Commercial Fleet Demonstration and
Evaluation
Plug-in Hybrid Electric Medium Duty        MI      EE-NETL   A1, B3.6   12/10/2009
Commercial Fleet Demonstration and
Evaluation
Plug-in Hybrid Electric Medium Duty        CA      EE-NETL   A1, B3.6   12/10/2009
Commercial Fleet Demonstration and
Evaluation
Strategy to Accelerate US Transition to    CA      EE-NETL   A1, B3.6   12/10/2009
Electric Vehicles
Strategy to Accelerate US Transition to    MI      EE-NETL   A1, B3.6   12/10/2009
Electric Vehicles
Strategy to Accelerate US Transition to    MI      EE-NETL   A1, B3.6   12/10/2009
Electric Vehicles
Strategy to Accelerate US Transition to    MI      EE-NETL   A1, B3.6   12/10/2009
Electric Vehicles
Expanding CA E85 Infrastructure           CA, HI   EE-NETL     A9       12/11/2009



Heavy-Duty Liquified Natural Gas           CA      EE-NETL     A9       12/11/2009
Drayage Truck Project
UPS Ontario-Las Vegas Liquified           NV   EE-NETL      A9        12/11/2009
Natural Gas Corridor
Low-Cost U.S. Manufacturing of Power      IN   EE-NETL A9, B5.1,      12/15/2009
Electronics for Electric Drive Vehicles                 B1.31


Strategy to Accelerate US Transition to   AZ   EE-NETL   A1, B3.6     12/20/2009
Electric Vehicles
Connecticut Clean Cities Future Fuels     CT   EE-NETL    A9, A11     12/10/2009
Project


Long Island Regional Energy               NY   EE-NETL    A9, A11     12/10/2009
Collaborative


New York State Alternative Fuel           NY   EE-NETL    A9, A11     12/10/2009
Vehicle & Infrastructure Deployment


NJ Compressed Natural Gas Refuse          NJ   EE-NETL    A9, A11     12/10/2009
Trucks, Shuttle Buses and
Infrastructure

Ohio Advanced Transportation              OH   EE-NETL    A9, A11     12/10/2009
Partnership



State of Indiana/Central Indiana Clean    IN   EE-NETL    A9, A11     12/10/2009
Cities Alternative Fuels Implementation
Plan

Analysis of Microbial Activity Under a    MA   FE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/20/2009
Supercritical Carbon Dioxide                             B3.1, B3.6
Atmosphere

Measurements of 222 Rn, 220Rn, and        WY   FE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/20/2009
Carbon Dioxide emissions in natural                      B3.6, B3.8
Carbon Dioxide fields in Wyoming:
Monitoring, Verification, and Analysis
techniques for determining gas
transport and caprock integrity

Novel Sorbents for Emission Control       WY   FE-NETL     B3.6       12/11/2009
from Coal Combustion


Hydrogen Separation for Clean Coal        WY   FE-NETL   A9, B3.6     12/16/2009
Boise White Paper Mill Carbon Capture     WA   FE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/12/2009
and Sequestration                                        B3.1, B3.6


Demonstration of Carbon Capture and       PA   FE-NETL      A9        11/12/2009
Sequestration from Steam Methane
Reforming Process Gas used for Large-
Scale Hydrogen Production

Monitoring, Verification, and Analysis    TX   FE-NETL      A9        11/12/2009
Feasibility Study (for Demonstration of
Carbon Capture and Sequestration
from Steam Methane Reforming
Process Gas used for Large-Scale
Hydrogen Production)

Sweeney IGCC/Carbon Capture and           TX   FE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/12/2009
Sequestration Project - Carbon Dioxide                     B3.1
Pipeline and Storage
Sweeney IGCC/Carbon Capture and           TX   FE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/12/2009
Sequestration Project - IGCC Plant                         B3.1

Microbial and Chemical Enhancement        NY   FE-NETL   A9, B3.6     11/24/2009
of In-Situ Carbon Mineralization in
Geological Formation

Cemex Commercial-scale Carbon             NC   FE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/12/2009
Dioxide Capture and Sequestration for                      B3.6
the Cement Industry
Cemex Commercial-scale Carbon             TX   FE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/12/2009
Dioxide Capture and Sequestration for                      B3.1
the Cement Industry
Carbon Dioxide Capture Site Survey in     CA   FE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/13/2009
CA                                                         B3.1
Injection Site Survey Work in CA          CA   FE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/13/2009
                                                           B3.1
Lawrence Berkeley NL - Alameda, CA        CA   FE-NETL    A1, A9      11/13/2009


Lawrence Livermore NL - Alameda, CA       CA   FE-NETL    A1, A9      11/13/2009


Sandia Technologies LLC                   TX   FE-NETL    A1, A9      11/13/2009

Shell Office Locations Houston            TX   FE-NETL    A1, A9      11/13/2009

Transportation Route Survey in CA         CA   FE-NETL    A1, A9,     11/13/2009
                                                           B3.1
Univ of Texas - Austin                    TX   FE-NETL    A1, A9      11/13/2009

Texas Energy Gasification Project         TX   FE-NETL     A1, A9,    12/8/2009
                                                            Other
                                                          (Phase I
                                                            only)
Carbon Capture and Sequestration (via   TX   FE-NETL   A1, A9,    11/12/2009
EOR) Project _ Phase 1                                  B3.1



Carbon Capture and Sequestration (via   TX   FE-NETL   A1, A9,    11/12/2009
EOR) Project _ Phase 1                                  B3.1



Carbon Capture and Sequestration (via   TX   FE-NETL A1, B3.1,    11/12/2009
EOR) Project _ Phase 1                                  A9



Carbon Capture and Sequestration (via   TX   FE-NETL A1, B3.1,    11/12/2009
EOR) Project _ Phase 1                                  A9



Cemex Commercial-scale Carbon           NC   FE-NETL A1, B3.6.,   11/12/2009
Dioxide Capture and Sequestration for                   A9
the Cement Industry
Cemex Commercial-scale Carbon           TX   FE-NETL A1, B3.1,    11/12/2009
Dioxide Capture and Sequestration for                   A9
the Cement Industry
Aspen Environmental Group               CA   FE-NETL   A1, A9     11/13/2009

Carbon Dioxide Capture Using Novel      IL   FE-NETL   A1, A9,    11/13/2009
Amine Technology and Sequestration                      B3.1
by Injection into the Mt. Simon
Sandstone
Production of Algal BioCrude Oil from   TX   FE-NETL   A9, A11    12/31/2009
Cement Plant Carbon Dioxide



Wireless Subsea Communications          MA   FE-NETL    B3.6      11/17/2009
System



Wireless Subsea Communications          NY   FE-NETL    B3.6      11/18/2009
System



Wireless Subsea Communications          MA   FE-NETL    B3.6      11/16/2009
System
Deepwater Riserless Intervention          TX   FE-NETL   A1, A9     12/17/2009
System


Fiber Containing Sweep Fluids for Ultra   OK   FE-NETL   A1, A9,    12/17/2009
Deepwater Drilling Applications                           B3.6


Carbon Dioxide Sealing Capacity:          NY   FE-NETL   B3.6, A9   12/11/2009
Textural or Compositional Controls?
Characterization of Most Promising        AZ   FE-NETL   A9, A11    12/11/2009
Carbon Capture and Sequestration
Formations in the Central Rocky
Mountain region
Characterization of Most Promising        CO   FE-NETL   A9, A11    12/11/2009
Carbon Capture and Sequestration
Formations in the Central Rocky
Mountain region
Characterization of Most Promising        NM   FE-NETL   A9, A11    12/11/2009
Carbon Capture and Sequestration
Formations in the Central Rocky
Mountain region
Characterization of Most Promising        UT   FE-NETL   A9, A11    12/11/2009
Carbon Capture and Sequestration
Formations in the Central Rocky
Mountain region
Characterization of the Triassic Newark   NY   FE-NETL   B3.1, A9   12/11/2009
Basin of New York & New Jersey for
Geologic Storage of Carbon Dioxide

Characterization of the Triassic Newark   NY   FE-NETL   B3.1, A9   12/11/2009
Basin of New York & New Jersey for
Geologic Storage of Carbon Dioxide

Characterization of the Triassic Newark   TX   FE-NETL   B3.1, A9   12/11/2009
Basin of New York & New Jersey for
Geologic Storage of Carbon Dioxide

Characterization of the Triassic Newark   TX   FE-NETL   B3.1, A9   12/11/2009
Basin of New York & New Jersey for
Geologic Storage of Carbon Dioxide

Carbon Dioxide Capture From               CA   FE-NETL    B3.6      12/11/2009
Integrated Gasification Combined
Cycle (IGCC) Gas Streams Using the
AC-ABC Process
Geomechanical Simulation of Fluid-        MN   FE-NETL    B3.6      12/11/2009
Driven Fractures
Geoscience Perspectives in Carbon         MO   FE-NETL    B3.1      12/11/2009
Sequestration: Educational Training
and Research through Classroom,
Field, and Laboratory Investigations
Geoscience Perspectives in Carbon       MO   FE-NETL    B3.1      12/11/2009
Sequestration: Educational Training
and Research through Classroom,
Field, and Laboratory Investigations
(historic mine samples)
Geoscience Perspectives in Carbon       MO   FE-NETL    B3.1      12/11/2009
Sequestration: Educational Training
and Research through Classroom,
Field, and Laboratory Investigations
(rock water samples)
High-performance sorbents for carbon    GA   FE-NETL    B3.6      12/11/2009
dioxide capture from air.

Risk Assessment and Monitoring of       IL   FE-NETL    B3.1      12/11/2009
Stored of Non-Equilibrium Conditions
on Carbon Dioxide Stored in Organic
Rocks
Training Students to Analyze Spatial    IN   FE-NETL   A9, A11    12/11/2009
and Temporal Heterogeneities in
Reservoir and Seal Petrology,
Mineralogy, and Geochemistry:
Implications for Carbon Dioxide
sequestration Prediction, Simulation
and Monitoring
Two Elk Energy Park Carbon Site         WY   FE-NETL    B3.1      12/11/2009
Characterization Project
Understanding the Impact of Carbon      IL   FE-NETL    B3.1      12/11/2009
Dioxide Injection on the Subsurface
Microbial Community in an Illinois
Basin Carbon Capture and
Sequestration Reservoir: Integrated
Student Training in Geoscience and
Geomicrobiology.
Understanding the Impact of Carbon      IL   FE-NETL    B3.1      12/11/2009
Dioxide Injection on the Subsurface
Microbial Community in an Illinois
Basin Carbon Capture and
Sequestration Reservoir: Integrated
Student Training in Geoscience and
Geomicrobiology.
Training Students to Analyze Spatial    IN   FE-NETL   A9, B3.6   12/17/2009
and Temporal Heterogeneities in
Reservoir and Seal Petrology,
Mineralogy, and Geochemistry:
Implications for Carbon Dioxide
Sequestration Prediction, Simulation
and Monitoring
Near-Surface Leakage Monitoring for     UT   FE-NETL    B3.11      1/4/2010
the Verification and Accounting of
Geologic Carbon Sequestration Using
a Field Ready Carbon-14 Isotopic
Analyzer (Paradox Basin)
Novel Oxygen Carriers for Coal-fueled   KY   FE-NETL   A9, A11    11/16/2009
Chemical Looping Combustion
Monitoring and Numerical Modeling of      MO   FE-NETL   A9, A11,   11/19/2009
Shallow Carbon Dioxide Injection                          B3.1


A Modular Curriculum for Training         TX   FE-NETL   A9, B3.8   11/20/2009
University Students in Industry
Standard Sequestration and Enhanced
Oil Recovery Methods
A Modular Curriculum for Training         TX   FE-NETL   A9, B3.8   11/20/2009
University Students in Industry
Standard Sequestration and Enhanced
Oil Recovery Methods
Actualistic and Geomechanical             AL   FE-NETL   A9, B3.1   11/20/2009
Modeling of Reservoir Rock, Carbon
Dioxide and Formation Flue Interaction,
Citronelle Oil Field, Alabama

Actualistic and Geomechanical             AL   FE-NETL   A9, B3.1   11/20/2009
Modeling of Reservoir Rock, Carbon
Dioxide and Formation Flue Interaction,
Citronelle Oil Field, Alabama

Analysis of Potential Leakage             UT   FE-NETL   A9, A11,   11/20/2009
Pathways and Minerization in caprocks                     B3.1
for geologics

Gulf of Mexico Miocene Carbon             TX   FE-NETL   A9, A11,   11/20/2009
Dioxide Site Characterization Mega                        B3.1
Transect

Gulf of Mexico Miocene Carbon             TX   FE-NETL A11, B3.1    11/20/2009
Dioxide Site Characterization Mega
Transect
Gulf of Mexico Miocene Carbon             TX   FE-NETL A11, B3.1    11/20/2009
Dioxide Site Characterization Mega
Transect
SO2 resistant Immobilized Amine           OH   FE-NETL   A9, A11,   11/23/2009
Sorbents for Carbon Dioxide Capture                       B3.1

Coupled Hydro-Chemo-Thermo-               GA   FE-NETL A9, B3.1,    11/24/2009
Mechanical Phenomena for Pore Scale                      B3.6
Processes to Macro Scale Implications

Developing a 1 x N Fiber Optic Sensor     MT   FE-NETL A9, B3.1,    11/24/2009
Array for Carbon Sequestration                           B3.6
Monitoring
Geologic Characterization of the South    SC   FE-NETL   A9, B3.1   11/24/2009
Georgia Rift Basin for Source Proximal
Carbon Dioxide Storage

Geologic Sequestration Training and       AL   FE-NETL A9, B3.1,    11/24/2009
Research                                                 B3.6
Gulf of Mexico Miocene Carbon            TX   FE-NETL   A9, B3.1   11/24/2009
Dioxide Site Characterization Mega
Transect
The Potential Risks of Freshwater        NC   FE-NETL A9, B3.1,    11/24/2009
Aquifer Contamination with                              B3.6
Geosequestration
Development of Protective Coatings for   ND   FE-NETL    B3.6      12/7/2009
Co-Sequestration Processes and
Pipelines

Efficient Regeneration of Physical and   ND   FE-NETL    B3.6      12/7/2009
Chemical Solvents for Carbon Dioxide
Capture

Focused Site Characterization for        MI   FE-NETL A9, B2.3,    12/7/2009
Carbon Dioxide Storage Along a Mt.                     B.3.1,
Simon Sandstone Fairway in the                          B3.7
Michigan Basin
Focused Site Characterization for        MI   FE-NETL   A1, A9     12/7/2009
Carbon Dioxide Storage Along a Mt.
Simon Sandstone Fairway in the
Michigan Basin
Focused Site Characterization for        OH   FE-NETL   A1, A9     12/7/2009
Carbon Dioxide Storage Along a Mt.
Simon Sandstone Fairway in the
Michigan Basin
Focused Site Characterization for        WA   FE-NETL   A1, A9     12/7/2009
Carbon Dioxide Storage Along a Mt.
Simon Sandstone Fairway in the
Michigan Basin
Investigation on Flame Characteristics   TX   FE-NETL    B3.6      12/7/2009
and Burner Operability Issues of Oxy-
Fuel Combustion

Molecular Simulation of Dissolved        CA   FE-NETL   A9, B3.6   12/7/2009
Inorganic Carbons for Underground
Brine Carbon Dioxide Sequestration


Thermal Integration of Carbon Dioxide    PA   FE-NETL     A9       12/7/2009
Compression Processes with Coal-
Fired Power Plants Equipped with
Carbon Capture
Training Graduate and Undergraduate      CO   FE-NETL   A1, A9     12/7/2009
Students in Simulation and Risk
Assessment for Carbon Sequestration


Modeling Carbon Dioxide                  KS   FE-NETL   B3.1, A9   12/11/2009
Sequestration in Saline Aquifer and
Depleted Oil Reservoir to Evaluate
Regional Carbon Dioxide Sequestration
Potential of Ozark Plateau Aquifer
System, South-Central Kansas
Recovery Act - Capacity Building &            DC        OE-NETL    A1, A8,     11/16/2009
Instructional Support for Public Utility                           A9, A11
Commissions

Decommissioning of the Low-Pressure           PA        FE-NETL     B3.6,      12/15/2009
Water Tunnel Facility (LWTF)                                        B1.23

American Recovery and Reinvestment         Nationwide     OE         A1        3/30/2009
Act of 2009 (Recovery Act) Program
Direction
Interoperability Standards and             Nationwide     OE       A1, A9,      7/1/2009
Framework (EISA Sec. 1305)                                          A11

Smart Grid Investment Grant Program        Nationwide     OE        B1.7,       7/7/2009
(EISA 1306)                                                         B2.2,
                                                                  B4.6, B5.1

Workforce Development                      Nationwide     OE       A1, A9      8/26/2009



State/Regional/Local Assistance for        Nationwide     OE      A9, A11,     11/6/2009
Interconnection Transmission Planning
and Analysis




Purgewater Storage and Treatment              WA         EM-        B6.1       8/19/2009
Facility Unit #1 Closure                                ORP/RL



Limited Prescribed Burning on the             WA         EM-        B1.3       10/26/2009
Hanford Site During October,                            ORP/RL
November, and December of 2009 to
Maintain Critical Fire Breaks


Modifications to the Maintenance and          WA         EM-        B3.6       11/19/2009
Storage Facility 400T Area                              ORP/RL


Investigation of Photoactive Devices           IL         SC-       B3.6       12/16/2009
and Catalysts                                           Argonne




Operation and Maintenance of 3-MeV             IL         SC-       B3.10      12/16/2009
Van De Graaf Accelerator                                Argonne
Operation and Maintenance of the            IL       SC-     B3.10   12/16/2009
Building 211 Linac Accelerator                     Argonne




331 Building Irrigation Upgrades, 300       ID     SC-PNSO   B2.5    9/23/2009
Area
Install a Photovoltaic Power Generation     ID     SC-PNSO   B1.15   9/30/2009
Array and Electric Car Charging
Stations, Environmental Molecular
Sciences Laboratory
Proposed rate adjustment for the Jim       FL       SEPA     B4.3     8/3/2009
Woodruff System




Project No. WH-MM-668 - West               LA      SPR-PMO   B1.3    12/3/2009
Hackberry Pigging Water Disposal


Project No. BM-10-145-Coat Exterior of     TX      SPR-PMO   B1.3    12/29/2009
BMT-4
Project No. BM-10-165 - Blast and          TX      SPR-PMO   B1.3    12/29/2009
Paint Bryan Mound Heat Exchangers

Project No. MS-09-116 - Structural         TX      SPR-PMO   B1.3    12/29/2009
Assessment of BH RWIS, BH BOP &
Bryan Mound RWIS

Smart and Calibrated Pig Surveys of       LA, TX   SPR-PMO   B1.3     1/7/2010
SPR Raw Water/Crude Oil Pipelines
(2010-2012)


Project No. BH-09-080 - Big Hill           TX      SPR-PMO   B1.3     1/7/2010
Buildings 802 and 812 Damage
Inspection
Project No. BM-09-111 - Provide Clear      TX      SPR-PMO   B1.3     1/7/2010
Zone Around Bryan Mound
Project No. WH-09-119 - Replace            LA      SPR-PMO   B1.3    1/12/2010
Fiberglass Covers/Troughs on
Traveling Screens at West Hackberry
RWIS
Deactivation of the 105-R Reactor          SC       EM-SR    B1.28   3/27/2009
Building
Install trailers and refurbish parking lot,   SC   EM-SR   B1.15   4/6/2009
B-Area




Locating ―Mobile Mini" Office Buildings       SC   EM-SR   B1.15   5/5/2009




Install 18 New Office Trailers in the E-      SC   EM-SR   B1.15   5/11/2009
Area Rock Yard




New A-Area Firewater Pumphouse                SC   EM-SR   B1.15   5/11/2009




Reactor ISD Grout Sample Preparation          SC   EM-SR   B3.6    5/20/2009
and Testing




H-Area HWMF Base and Silver                   SC   EM-SR   B6.1    5/28/2009
Chloride Injection




C-Area Tritium Anomaly ―CPT‖ Cone             SC   EM-SR   B3.1    6/4/2009
Penetrometer Technology




M-Area Chemical Oxidation (MACO) -            SC   EM-SR   B3.1    6/15/2009
Installation of Southern Sector
Coreholes and Monitoring Wells
F Area HWMF Silver Chloride Solution     SC   EM-SR   B6.2    6/15/2009
Injection Wells

F-Canyon Complex Deactivation            SC   EM-SR   B1.28   6/23/2009




Groundwater Monitoring Well              SC   EM-SR   B3.1    6/25/2009
Installation at Heavy Water Component
Test Reactor



Automated Fuel Management System         SC   EM-SR   B2.2    6/29/2009
Replacement




Construct Rail Spur to Concrete Batch    SC   EM-SR   B1.13   7/8/2009
Plant, P-Area


Relocation of Services to Support 784-   SC   EM-SR   B1.28   7/8/2009
A D&D




Tree Removal & Chipping at P-Area        SC   EM-SR   B6.1    7/16/2009
Ash Basin & R-Area Ash Basin and P-
007 Outfall




Characterization of the G-Area Oil       SC   EM-SR   B3.1    7/22/2009
Seepage Basin (761-13G)

Deactivation of 235-F Complex            SC   EM-SR   B1.28   7/28/2009



New Ellenton Barricade Extension         SC   EM-SR   B1.13   7/28/2009

690-N (Ford Bldg) Isolation of           SC   EM-SR   B1.3    8/5/2009
Domestic Water Lines

Bldg. 728-N Cut and Grout DW & PA        SC   EM-SR   B1.3    8/5/2009
Lines
Electrical Isolation of Bldg 710-B          SC   EM-SR   B4.10   8/5/2009



Heavy Water Component Test Reactor          SC   EM-SR   B3.1    8/5/2009
(HWCTR) Well Installation


Isolation of Domestic and Fire Water        SC   EM-SR   B1.3    8/5/2009
Lines, 710-B




Isolation of domestic water line, 782-      SC   EM-SR   B1.3    8/5/2009
4G



Tree Removal & Chipping at P-Area           SC   EM-SR   B6.1    8/5/2009
Ash Basin & R-Area Ash Basin and P-
007 Outfall




CPT sampling at ECODS B3 and B5             SC   EM-SR   B3.1    8/11/2009


H-4 Seepage Basin Drainage                  SC   EM-SR   B6.1    8/11/2009
Improvements


Characterization of the CPRB 788-3A,        SC   EM-SR   B3.1    8/18/2009
Ash Pile 788-A, Outfalls A-013 and A-
024




Electrical Isolation of 713-4A              SC   EM-SR   B1.27   8/18/2009

Electrical Isolation of Buildings 742-4A    SC   EM-SR   B1.27   8/18/2009
and 742-5A

Electrical Isolations of Various Trailers   SC   EM-SR   B1.27   8/31/2009
and Handi-House, A-Area
E-Area Box Remediation Project             SC   EM-SR   B6.6     9/1/2009




690-N (Ford Building) Fire System          SC   EM-SR   B1.27    9/2/2009
Isolation and Sanitary Sewer Grouting




Cut & Cap 325# Steam Supply Header,        SC   EM-SR   B1.27    9/2/2009
261-H Consolidated Incineration
Facility


Cut and Cap Fuel Lines to Bldg. 690-N      SC   EM-SR   B1.27    9/2/2009

Electrical Isolation of 652-68G and 652-   SC   EM-SR   B4.10    9/9/2009
70G Transformers

Electrical Isolations of 782-6G, -7G, -    SC   EM-SR   B1.27    9/9/2009
10G, -12G, -13G & -14G

Isolation of Fire Water System, 261-H      SC   EM-SR   B1.27    9/9/2009
Consolidated Incineration Facility




M-Area Chemical Oxidation (MACO)           SC   EM-SR   B6.1     9/9/2009


Paving of Gravel Road from Rd. E to        SC   EM-SR   B1.13    9/9/2009
Gate 16
Sanitary Sewer Manhole Drain Line          SC   EM-SR   B1.27    9/9/2009
Isolation for Bldg. 261-H Consolidated
Incineration Facility
New Ellenton Barricade Extension           SC   EM-SR   B1.13   9/21/2009

Nanosize Titanates for Optimized           SC   EM-SR   B3.6    10/20/2009
Performance in Separations Science,
Innovative Med. App. and
Photochemistry
Cut, Remove and Replace OGE Fan           SC   EM-SR   B1.3   10/29/2009
#2 foundation and Replace AM Fan #1
& #2




Modification to Building 315-M for        SC   EM-SR   B3.1   11/2/2009
Savannah River Site Curation Facility




Activities in 135 Hydrogen Research       SC   EM-SR   B3.6   11/4/2009
Technology Laboratory




70-Ton Cask                               SC   EM-SR   B1.3   11/5/2009
Refurbishment/Modifications in the 105-
C Transfer Bay



Electrical Isolation of 728-N             SC   EM-SR   B1.3   11/5/2009



Isolate 185-3K Cooling Tower Fire         SC   EM-SR   B1.3   11/5/2009
Water Leg from Area Firewater Loop


Laser Spectroscopy - Setup,               SC   EM-SR   B3.6   11/5/2009
Maintenance, Instrumentation
Development
Safe Program Operations                   SC   EM-SR   B3.6   11/5/2009




AFCI Am/Cm separations                    SC   EM-SR   B3.6   11/16/2009




Checkout of StreamPro ADCP Velocity       SC   EM-SR   B3.6   11/16/2009
Meter
Lithium Separation from Environmental      SC   EM-SR   B3.6    11/16/2009
Samples for ICP-MS Analysis




Repair Domestic Water Leak At 701-2L       SC   EM-SR   B1.3    11/16/2009

Cut & Cap Sanitary Sewer Line from         SC   EM-SR   B1.27   11/18/2009
Building 773-71A
Cut & Cap Sanitary Sewer Lines from        SC   EM-SR   B1.27   11/18/2009
Buildings 740-7A and 740-16A

Raman Spectroscopy to analyze              SC   EM-SR   B3.6    11/18/2009
sludge, saltcake, supernate, organics,
inorganics and others substances




Transmission Electron Microscopy of        SC   EM-SR   B3.6    11/18/2009
Tritium Extraction Facility Pipe Residue


Disposition of Water from the 105-C        SC   EM-SR   B6.1    11/19/2009
Disassembly Basin

Solubility testing of boron and            SC   EM-SR   B3.6,   11/24/2009
gadolinium in nitric acid




Equipment Upgrades to Bull Shoals          AR   SWPA    B4.6    10/19/2009
Dam Substation



Access Road Re-clear                       OK   SWPA    B4.6    11/30/2009



Aerial Saw Tree Trimming                   AR   SWPA    B1.3    11/30/2009
Routine Activities                        IA, MN, MT,   WAPA /       B1.3,      12/17/2009
                                          NE, ND, SD    Upper        B1.4,
                                                         Great       B1.6,
                                                        Plains       B1.7.,
                                                        Region       B1.9,
                                                                    B1.11,
                                                                    B1.16,
                                                                    B1.17,
                                                                    B1.22,
                                                                    B1.23,
                                                                    B1.30,
                                                                     B2.2,
                                                                     B2.3,
                                                                     B2.5,
                                                                     B4.1,
                                                                     B4.2,
                                                                     B4.3,
                                                                     B4.4,
                                                                     B4.6,
                                                                     B4.6,
                                                                    B4.10,
                                                                   B5.1, B5.6

Ogallala Substation KY1A Transformer          NE        WAPA /       B4.6       11/16/2009
Replacement                                              Rocky
                                                        Mountain
                                                         Region
Boysen-Pilot Butte 115-kilovolt              WY         WAPA /       B1.3       12/2/2009
Transmission Line Vegetation                             Rocky
Management and Access Road                              Mountain
Maintenance                                              Region


Willoby Substation Construction Project      CO         WAPA /       B4.11      12/16/2009
-Weld County, Colorado                                   Rocky
                                                        Mountain
                                                         Region



Construction and Operation of System          NY          EM-        B1.28      12/17/2009
for Decontamination of 8D-4 Liquid                       WVDP

Building 9204-2E Vacuum System                TN         YSO       B1.3, B2.2    1/5/2010
Upgrade (4489)
Chiller Booster Pumps (4487)                  TN         YSO       B1.3, B2.2    1/5/2010


Clean Sweep Building Clean Out                TN         YSO       B6.1, B6.8    1/5/2010
(4490)
Compressed Gas Cylinders (4491)          TN   YSO     B6.1, B6.8    1/5/2010


Miller Picking Air Handling Unit (AHU)   TN   YSO     B1.3, B2.2    1/5/2010
Replacement (4488)

MotoMesh Deployment Phase II (4486)      TN   YSO     B1.3, B2.2    1/5/2010

FL City St. Petersburg                   FL   EE-GO     B5.1       12/2/2009




Recovery Act: Wind Blade                 NC   EE-GO   A9, B3.6     12/17/2009
Manufacturing Innovation

NY County of Westchester                 NY   EE-GO   A9, B5.1     12/2/2009




East Avenue East End Improvement         CA   SSO      B1.11,      12/10/2009
                                                       B1.13



Neutron imaging of metal hydride beds    TN   SSO      B1.11,      12/30/2009
at Oak Ridge National Laboratory,                      B1.13,
Spallation Neutron Source                               B3.6

Cloud Radar, Balloon Launcher, Data      AK   SSO       B1.3,      12/30/2009
System, Utility, and Road Upgrades for                  B3.6,
ARM Climate Research Facility in                        B4.13
Barrow, Alaska

Photovoltaic Panel Installation (Bldg.   NM   SSO       B5.1       12/10/2009
833, TA-I)



Bldg. 860 Modal Lab 111                  NM   SSO       B3.6       12/30/2009
Reconfiguration



Intermediate Depth Penetration Testing   NM   SSO       B3.11      12/10/2009
Revised (GRABS Site)
DETS Offsite Training Exercises and         NM         SSO     B1.2    12/10/2009
Courses




Building 860 2nd Floor Improvements         NM         SSO     B1.3    11/24/2009
North End (TA-I)



Scanning Precipitation Radar for            AK         SSO     B3.6    12/30/2009
Barrow, Alaska




Remove Unneeded Test Structures at          NM         SSO     B1.23   12/11/2009
National Solar Thermal Test Facility

+Solubility of Synthesized Iron and         NM         SSO     B3.6    12/10/2009
Lead Sulfide Minerals




Site Characterization for SHFD Project      NM         SSO     B3.1    12/4/2009
(Socorro, New Mexico)


Muon Detection (Bldg. 970, Technical        NM         SSO     B3.6,   12/7/2009
Area-IV)                                                       B3.11




SNA10-0084, Carlsbad Programs               NM         SSO     B1.3    12/30/2009
Group Facility (Bldgs. NPHA and
NPHB)
25A1001 - Advanced Semiconductor         CA, NC, OK   ARPA-E   B3.6    12/16/2009
Materials for High Efficiency
Thermoelectric Devices
25A1028 - Towards Scale Solar                 PA        ARPA-E B3.6, B3.8   12/15/2009
Conversion of CO2 and Water Vapor to
Hydrocarbon Fuels


25A1152 - 1366 Direct Wafer: Enabling         MA        ARPA-E    B3.6      12/18/2009
Terawatt Photovoltaics




25A1455 - CO2 Capture with Enzyme             CT        ARPA-E    B3.6      12/15/2009
Synthetic Analogue




25A1988 - Sustainable, High-Energy            AZ        ARPA-E    B3.6      12/16/2009
Density, Low-Cost Electrochemical
Energy Storage - Metal-Air Ionic Liquid
(MAIL


25A2034 - Lightweight Thermal Energy        MI, CA      ARPA-E    B3.6      12/15/2009
Recovery (LighTER) System




25A2284 - Low-cost Electrochromic         CO, KY, CA,   ARPA-E B3.6, B5.1   12/15/2009
Film on Plastic for Net-zero Energy           TN
Building




25A2936 - Carbon nanotube                     CA        ARPA-E    B3.6      12/15/2009
membranes for energy-efficient carbon
sequestration
25A3400 - Catalytic Biocrude                NC        ARPA-E   B3.6   12/15/2009
Production in a Novel, Short-contact
Time Reactor




25A3503 - High Energy Density Lithium     CA, IL      ARPA-E   B3.6   12/16/2009
Batteries




25A4583 - Advanced Power                MI, IN, CO,   ARPA-E   B3.6   12/15/2009
Semiconductor and Packaging             TN, CA, MN




25A4592 - Electric field swing              PA        ARPA-E   B3.6   12/15/2009
adsorption for carbon capture
applications
25A4746 -Carbon Nanotube               CA, WA, FL   ARPA-E   B3.6   12/16/2009
Membrane Elements for Energy
Efficient and Low Cost Reverse
Osmosis




25A5144 - Cyanobacteria Designed for    AZ, NC      ARPA-E   B3.6   12/18/2009
Solar-Powered Highly Efficient
Production of Biofuels




25A5311 - Quaternary Phosphonium          CA        ARPA-E   B3.6   12/15/2009
Based Hydroxide Exchange
Membranes
Flathead Substation Bay Addition -       MT   BPA   B4.6   1/13/2010
L0307




Supervisory Control and Data             WA   BPA   B4.6   1/12/2010
Acquisition Upgrades at Bonneville
Power Administration's Hungry Horse,
Bonneville, and Grand Coulee
Substations




New Revenue Meters at Central            OR   BPA   B4.6   1/7/2010
Lincoln's Florence and Berrydale
Substations




Tillamook-Oceanside, 115-kilovolt        OR   BPA   B4.6   1/7/2010
Substation Interconnection




Baseload Energy Inc. Brasada-Harney      OR   BPA   B4.6   2/4/2010
115-kilovolt Transmission Line Project
Riverbend Balancing Authority Area        OR   BPA     B4.1, B4.6    2/1/2010
Service Agreement (BAASA)




Naselle Tap Modification Loop into        OR   BPA       B4.6,      1/27/2010
Driscoll Substation                                      B4.11




Nike Clearwire Wireless                   OR   BPA      B1.7,       1/27/2010
Communication Facilities                                B1.15,
                                                        B1.19




Gardiner-Reedsport Substation             OR   BPA       B4.6        2/4/2010
Interconnection




Reaching for the Stars - California       CA   SC-CH     B1.15      1/27/2010
State University San Bernardino
Observatory Project




LED (Light Emitting Diode) Street Light   CA    EE       B5.1
Efficiency project


Community Planning Strategies for         IL   EE-GO    A9, A11     12/10/2009
Successful Wind Energy
Implementation
Fuel Cell-Powered Lift Truck Fleet         NC        EE-GO    B5.1      1/14/2010
Deployment (Topic 7B) - Coca Cola




Fuel Cell-Powered Lift Truck Fleet         PA        EE-GO    B5.1      1/14/2010
Deployment (Topic 7B) - Wegmans




Seafreeze                                  WA        EE-GO   A9, A11,   1/13/2010
                                                              B5.1




Community-Wide Urban Residential           WA        EE-GO   A9, A11,
and Commercial Energy Efficiency                              B5.1
Program

Recovery Act: Demonstrating             Nationwide   EE-GO     A9       1/19/2010
Economic and Operational Viability of
72-Hour Hydrogen Polymer Electrolyte
Membrane Fuel Cell Systems to
Support Emergency Communications
on the Sprint Network
Enhanced Wind Resource Assessment       RI   EE-GO   B3.1   1/6/2010
at Naval Station Newport; National
Renewable Energy Laboratory
Tracking No. 08-015c-1


Recovery Act: Polymer Electrolyte       WA   EE-GO   B5.1   1/13/2010
Membrane Fuel Cell Systems Providing
Emergency Reserve and Backup
Power


Oklahoma State Energy Program           OK   EE-GO   B5.1   1/13/2010
American Recovery and Reinvestment
Act - Head Start Center Retrofit




Oklahoma State Energy Program           OK   EE-GO   B5.1   1/20/2010
American Recovery and Reinvestment
Act - Metropolitan Tulsa Transit
Authority



gridSMART - Public Service Company      OK   EE-GO   B5.1   1/20/2010
of Oklahoma




Oklahoma State Energy Program           OK   EE-GO   B5.1   1/13/2010
American Recovery and Reinvestment
Act - Alternative Fuel Vehicle
Conversion



Oklahoma State Energy Program           OK   EE-GO   B5.1   1/20/2010
American Recovery and Reinvestment
Act - Electric Vehicle Solar Charging
Station
Kentucky Energy Efficiency and           KY   EE-GO   A9, A11,   1/19/2010
Conservation Block Grants Small Cities                 B5.1
and Counties Initiative




Siting Study for a Hydrokinetic Energy   FL   EE-GO   A9, B3.1   1/19/2010
Project Located Offshore Southeast
Florida




New Membrane Electrode Assemblies        FL   EE-GO    B3.6      1/21/2010
Materials for Improved Direct Methanol
Fuel Cell Performance, Durability and
Cost




Advanced Direct Methanol Fuel Cell for   FL   EE-GO    B3.6      1/21/2010
Mobile Computing




San Francisco Solar Financing Project    CA   EE-GO   A9, A11    1/20/2010




Fire Safe and Sustainable                CA   EE-GO   A9, A11    1/20/2010
Communities
Department of Energy/Pennsylvania       PA   EE-GO   A9, A11,   1/20/2010
State University Graduate Student                     B3.6
Fellowship Program for Hydropower
Research




Midwest Renewable Energy                     EE-GO   A9, B3.1   1/21/2010
Association - A Partnership Model
Recovery Act: Jadoo Power Fuel Cell     CA   EE-GO    B3.6      1/21/2010
Demonstration: An Efficacy
demonstration of an integrated solid
oxide fuel power system over a two
year period



San Jose Solar - Enabling Community     CA   EE-GO     A9       1/21/2010
Participation in Achieving the City's
Green Vision Goals




Solar America Cities Special Projects   LA   EE-GO     A9       1/21/2010




MadiSUN - Building a Green Capital      WI   EE-GO   A9, A11    1/21/2010
City
California Provider of Solar Instructor   CA   EE-GO     A9       1/20/2010
Training




Southeast/Southern Provider of Solar      FL   EE-GO   A9, B5.1   2/1/2010
Instructor Training



Characterizing Structural Controls of     NV   EE-GO   A9, B3.1   1/28/2010
Enhanced Geothermal System-
Candidate and Conventional
Geothermal Reservoirs in the Great
Basin: Developing Successful
Exploration Strategies in Extended
Terranes

Rocky Mountain Solar Training             UT   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/1/2010
Consortium                                              B5.1



Wide Area Wind Field Monitoring           UT   EE-GO   A9, B3.6   2/1/2010




Tuscon Solar Initiative Phase II          AZ   EE-GO   A9, A11    2/1/2010




Hydro Fellowship Program                  CO   EE-GO   A9, A11    2/1/2010
Recovery Act: North Little Rock          AR   EE-GO     A9       1/28/2010
Hydroelectric Department Hydroelectric
Facility Improvement Project:
Automated Intake Clearing Equipment
and Material; Management




Development of Advanced Thermal-         CO   EE-GO   A9, B3.6   1/26/2010
Hydrological-Mechanical-Chemical
Modeling Capabilities for Enhanced
Geothermal Systems




Recovery Act: State of Connecticut       CT   EE-GO   A9, A11,   1/27/2010
Energy Efficiency and Conservation                     B5.1
Block Grant




Development and Validation of an         CO   EE-GO   A9, B3.6   1/26/2010
Advanced Stimulation Prediction Model
for Enhanced Geothermal Systems




An Experimental and Theoretical          OH   EE-GO    B3.6      1/27/2010
Investigation of Micropitting in Wind
Turbine Gears and Bearings

K-12 Energy Efficiency Project           ID   EE-GO    B5.1      1/28/2010




Renewability and Sustainability of       NM   EE-GO     A9       1/26/2010
Geothermal Energy Production
Altus Air Force Base Meteorological   OK   EE-GO   B3.1   1/26/2010
Tower; National Renewable Energy
Laboratory Tracking No. 10-005




Hybrid Geothermal Heat Pump           WI   EE-GO   A9     1/26/2010
Systems Research




Deployment of Innovative Energy       OR   EE-GO   B5.1   1/28/2010
Efficiency and Renewable Energy -
Buildings




Cardinal Glass- Photovoltaic Glass    WI   EE-GO   B5.1   1/27/2010
Production




Helios - Project: Photovoltaic        WI   EE-GO   B5.1   1/27/2010
Crystalline Module Assembly Plant




Nature Tech- Recycled Cellulose       WI   EE-GO   B5.1   1/27/2010
Insulation Business
Renewegy, LLC                             WI   EE-GO    B5.1      1/27/2010




ZBB - Renewable Energy Storage            WI   EE-GO    B5.1      1/27/2010
Device Manufacturing Expansion




County of Stark                           OH   EE-GO   A9, A11,   1/19/2010
                                                        B5.1




Gilt Edge Mine Wind Resource              SD   EE-GO    B3.1      2/10/2010
Assessment; National Renewable
Energy Laboratory Tracking Number
10-009




Clean Energy Advocate Project             CA   EE-GO     A9       2/3/2010




Northern Mid-Atlantic Provider of Solar   PA   EE-GO   A9, A11    2/9/2010
Instructor Training




Southern Mid-Atlantic Provider of Solar   NC   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/9/2010
Instructor Training                                     B5.1
Innovative Exploration Techniques for   NM   EE-GO     B3.1      2/9/2010
Geothermal Assessment at Jemez
Pueblo, New Mexico



Microhole Arrays Drilled With           OK   EE-GO   A9, B3.1,   2/9/2010
Advanced Abrasive Slurry Jet                           B3.6
Technology To Efficiently Exploit
Enhanced Geothermal Systems




Energy Efficiency and Conservation      AL   EE-GO   A9, A11,    2/1/2010
Block Grant                                           B5.1




Development of an Advanced              CA   EE-GO      A9       2/8/2010
Stimulation/Production Predictive
Simulator for Enhanced Geothermal
Systems



Recovery Act: Commonwealth of           PR   EE-GO   A9, A11,    2/2/2010
Puerto Rico Energy Efficiency and                     B5.1
Conservation Block Grant




Maui - Blind Geothermal System          HI   EE-GO   A9, B3.1    2/8/2010
Exploration in Active Volcanic
Environments
Energy Efficiency and Conservation          ID   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/2/2010
Block Grants: Environmental Checklist                     B5.1
(EF1) for National Environmental Policy
Act Template




Illinois Energy Conservation Plan for       IL   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/8/2010
State Facilities - Capital Development                    B5.1
Board Projects




Energy Efficiency and Conservation          IL   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/8/2010
Block Grant State of Illinois Categorical                 B5.1
Exclusion Activities under the Illinois
Association of Regional Councils
(ILARC)




Massachusetts Program for Energy            MA   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/8/2010
Efficiency and Conservation Block                         B5.1
Grant Formula Funding




Activity 1: Maryland American               MD   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/2/2010
Recovery and Reinvestment Act                             B5.1
Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Block Grant County and Municipal
Grant Program
American Recovery and Reinvestment       MS   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/8/2010
Act Energy Efficiency and Conservation                 B5.1
Block Grant




Energy Efficiency and Conservation       NC   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/8/2010
Block Grant (EECBG) Programs                           B5.1
American Recovery and Reinvestment
Act-EECBG (T)




Grants to Local Governments              ND   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/8/2010
                                                       B5.1




Energy Efficiency and Conservation       NJ   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/2/2010
Block Grant                                            B5.1




Crump Geyser Topic 1                     OR   EE-GO   A9, B3.1   2/8/2010
Pennsylvania Conservation Works         PA   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/2/2010
(Bounded Categories) - American                       B5.1
Recovery and Reinvestment Act




West Virginia Local Government Grant    WV   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/2/2010
Program                                               B5.1




Energy Efficiency and Conservation      WY   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/2/2010
Block Grant                                           B5.1




MFC - Experimental Breeder Reactor-II   ID    ID      B6.1      1/20/2009
Sodium Removal/Resource
Conservation and Recovery Act
Closure Activities
Central Facilities Area-696 Power and   ID      ID     B1.7, B2.1    2/1/2010
Plumbing Upgrades




Materials and Fuel Complex Dial Room    ID      ID       B1.7,       2/5/2010
Replacement Project                                      B1.15




Pennsylvania - Energy Harvest Mined     PA   EE-NETL  B1.15,        12/14/2009
Grants - Somerset City Conservation                   B1.24,
District                                              B1.31,
                                                       B5.1
Pennsylvania - Energy Harvest Mined     PA   EE-NETL  B1.24,        12/14/2009
grants - Lancaster Cty Conservation                   B1.31,
District                                             B2.5, B5.1

Pennsylvania - Energy Harvest Mined     PA   EE-NETL    B1.15,      12/14/2009
Grants - Crawford Central School                        B1.24,
District                                                B1.31,
                                                       B2.5, B5.1

Pennsylvania -Energy Harvest Mined      PA   EE-NETL    B1.24,      12/14/2009
Grants - Bloomsburg University                          B1.31,
                                                         B5.1

Pennsylvania Energy Harvest Mined       PA   EE-NETL    B1.3,       12/14/2009
Grants - Bensalem Township                              B1.24,
                                                        B1.31,
                                                         B5.1
Pennsylvania - Green Development          PA   EE-NETL A1, B1.3,    12/14/2009
Loan Program                                             B1.4,
                                                         B1.5,
                                                         B1.7,
                                                        B1.15,
                                                        B1.22,
                                                        B1.24,
                                                        B1.31,
                                                         B2.1,
                                                         B2.2,
                                                         B2.3,
                                                       B2.5, B5.1

Pennsylvania - Energy Development         PA   EE-NETL   B1.15,     12/30/2009
Authority Sustainable Business                           B1.24,
Recovery: Solar Farm at existing                          B5.1
Crayola facility
Pennsylvania - Energy Development         PA   EE-NETL   B1.15,     12/30/2009
Authority Sustainable Business                           B1.24,
Recovery: Installation of Solar Panels                    B5.1
(Carlisle Area School District)

Pennsylvania - Energy Development         PA   EE-NETL   B1.15,     12/30/2009
Authority Sustainable Business                           B1.24,
Recovery: Installation of Solar Panels                    B5.1
(Buckman's Inc.)
Pennsylvania - Energy Development         PA   EE-NETL   B1.15,     12/30/2009
Authority Sustainable Business                           B1.24,
Recovery: Installation of Solar Panels                   B1.31,
(Aqua PA)                                                 B5.1
Pennsylvania - Energy Development         PA   EE-NETL   B1.15,     12/30/2009
Authority Sustainable Business                           B1.24,
Recovery: Expansion of landfill gas-to-                  B1.31,
energy facility (Southeastern Chester                     B5.1
County Refuse Authority)
Pennsylvania - Energy Harvest Mined       PA   EE-NETL  B1.15,       1/5/2010
Grants: Pennsylvania Power and Light                    B1.24,
Sustainable Energy Fund                                 B1.29,
                                                         B5.1
Pennsylvania - Energy Harvest Mined       PA   EE-NETL  B1.15,       1/5/2010
Grants: Great Valley School District                    B1.24,
                                                         B5.1
Pennsylvania - Energy Harvest Mined       PA   EE-NETL  B1.15,       1/5/2010
Grants: Chester County Intermediate                     B1.24,
Unit                                                     B5.1
Connecticut -State Building Energy        CT   EE-NETL   B1.3,       1/5/2010
Improvements: 79 Elm Street                              B1.4,
                                                        B1.24,
                                                        B1.31,
                                                       B2.5, B5.1

Wisconsin Clean Transportation            WI   EE-NETL    B5.1       1/6/2010
Program (conversion)
Wisconsin Clean Transportation             WI   EE-NETL      A7        1/6/2010
Program (purchase)
Leveraging District Energy and other       MA   EE-NETL    A9, A11     1/6/2010
Clean Energy Technologies as a
National Energy Solution


Mississippi -Energy Efficient Buildings:   MS   EE-NETL    A1, A9,     1/7/2010
Building Energy Codes and Beyond                            A11
Energy Codes
Maryland -Clean Energy Economic            MD   EE-NETL    A1, A9,     1/7/2010
Development Initiative (CEEDI)                            A11, B1.4,
                                                            B1.5,
                                                           B1.15,
                                                           B1.22,
                                                           B1.24,
                                                           B1.31,
                                                            B2.1,
                                                            B2.2,
                                                          B2.5, B5.1


Electric Drive Semiconductor               PA   EE-NETL    B1.24,      1/15/2010
Manufacturing Center. Advanced                             B1.31
Battery Program.

Florida - Sunshine State Buildings         FL   EE-NETL    B1.15,      1/18/2010
Parking Lot Canopies. State Energy                         B1.24,
Program                                                   B2.1, B5.1

Florida - Compressed Natural Gas           FL   EE-NETL    B1.15,      1/18/2010
Fleet Fueling. State Energy Program                        B1.24,
                                                           B1.31,
                                                          B2.5, B5.1

Florida - Clean Fuel LLC (Shovel           FL   EE-NETL    B1.24,      1/18/2010
Ready Grant project) State Energy                          B1.31,
Program                                                     B2.2,
                                                          B2.5, B5.1

Utah All Inclusive Statewide Alternative   UT   EE-NETL     B5.1       1/21/2010
Fuels Transportation and Education
Outreach Project

State Building Energy                      NH   EE-NETL     B1.3,      1/24/2010
Efficiency/Renewable Energy Program                        B1.24,
                                                            B2.2,
                                                          B2.5, B5.1

Virginia - Economic Development            VA   EE-NETL   A9, A11,     1/22/2010
Market Title                                               B5.1
Biodiesel In-line Blending Project          WI        EE-NETL   A1, A9,    1/27/2010
(Innovation)                                                     B5.1




Biodiesel Infrastructure Project            WI        EE-NETL   A1, A9,    1/27/2010
(Coulee)                                                         B5.1




Biodiesel Infrastructure Project            WI        EE-NETL   A1, A9,    1/27/2010
(PrairieFire)                                                    B5.1




Expansion of Direct Current (DC) Bus        SC        EE-NETL   B1.15,     1/28/2010
Capacitor Manufacturing Facility                                B1.24,
                                                                B1.31,
                                                                 B5.1
Weatherization Training and Technical       DC        EE-NETL   A1, A9,    1/28/2010
Assistance                                                       A11
Mid-Atlantic Regional Alternative Fuel   VA, DC, MD   EE-NETL   A1, A9,    1/29/2010
Infrastructure Development Project                               A11



Pennsylvania - Energy Development           PA        EE-NETL   B1.15,     1/31/2010
Authority Sustainable Business                                  B1.24,
Recovery -- Philadelphia Navy Yard                              B1.31,
                                                                 B5.1
Pennsylvania - Energy Development           PA        EE-NETL   B1.15,     1/31/2010
Authority Sustainable Business                                  B1.24,
Recovery -- Penns Valley School                                 B1.31
District
Pennsylvania - Energy Development           PA        EE-NETL   B1.15,     1/31/2010
Authority Sustainable Business                                  B1.24,
Recovery--Wegman's                                              B1.31
Int. automated yield management and        CA, TX     EE-NETL    B3.6      2/1/2010
defect source analysis for High
Brightness Light Emitting Diode

New York Revised Narrative                  NY        EE-NETL   A9, A11,   2/2/2010
Information Worksheet for Renewable                              B5.1
Energy Program
Industrial Revolving Loan Fund--ES1         AR        EE-NETL   A9, B5.1   2/2/2010
submitted for Bright Harvest Sweet
Potato Company
Near-Surface Leakage Monitoring for        NJ     FE-NETL    B3.6      1/7/2010
the Verification and Accounting of
Geologic Carbon Sequestration Using
a Field Ready Carbon-14 Isotopic
Analyzer (Rutgers University)

Near-Surface Leakage Monitoring for        MA     FE-NETL     A1       1/7/2010
the Verification and Accounting of
Geologic Carbon Sequestration Using
a Field Ready Carbon-14 Isotopic
Analyzer
A Novel Integrated Oxy-Combustion         WY      FE-NETL   A9, B3.6   1/13/2010
Flue Gas Purification Technology: A
Near-Zero Emissions Pathway

A Novel Integrated Oxy-Combustion          AL     FE-NETL    B3.6      1/13/2010
Flue Gas Purification Technology: A
Near-Zero Emissions Pathway

A Novel Integrated Oxy-Combustion          NJ     FE-NETL     A9       1/13/2010
Flue Gas Purification Technology: A
Near-Zero Emissions Pathway

A Novel Integrated Oxy-Combustion          NJ     FE-NETL     A9       1/13/2010
Flue Gas Purification Technology: A
Near-Zero Emissions Pathway

A Novel Integrated Oxy-Combustion          NJ     FE-NETL     A9       1/13/2010
Flue Gas Purification Technology: A
Near-Zero Emissions Pathway

Skyonic Beneficial Carbon Dioxide Use      TX     FE-NETL   A1, A9,    1/15/2010
Project: ICCS Area of Interest 2; Phase                      A11
1 only

Building 4 Equipment                      OR      FE-NETL    B3.6      1/18/2010
Decommissioning


Global Assessment of Methane Gas          Other   FE-NETL     A9       1/21/2010
Hydrate


Detection and Production of Methane        TX     FE-NETL     A9       1/22/2010
Hydrates


Detection and Production of Methane        OK     FE-NETL     A9       1/22/2010
Hydrates


Catalytic Transformation of Waste          PA     FE-NETL   A9, B3.6   1/22/2010
Carbon Dioxide into Valuable Products
Catalytic Transformation of Waste          OH   FE-NETL   A9, B3.6     1/22/2010
Carbon Dioxide into Valuable Products

Catalytic Transformation of Waste          NY   FE-NETL   A9, B3.6     1/22/2010
Carbon Dioxide into Valuable Products

Site Characterization of the Highest-      WY   FE-NETL     B3.1,      1/22/2010
Priority Geologic Formations for                          B3.7, B3.8
Carbon Dioxide storage in Wyoming.

Site Characterization of the Highest-      WY   FE-NETL    A1, A9,     1/22/2010
Priority Geologic Formations for                            B3.6
Carbon Dioxide storage in Wyoming

Site Characterization for Carbon           TX   FE-NETL   A9, B3.1     1/22/2010
Dioxide Storage from Coal-fired Power
Facilities in the Black Warrior Basin of
Alabama
Site Characterization for Carbon           AL   FE-NETL   A9, B3.1     1/22/2010
Dioxide Storage from Coal-fired Power
Facilities in the Black Warrior Basin of
Alabama
Site Characterization for Carbon           AL   FE-NETL   A9, B3.1     1/22/2010
Dioxide Storage from Coal-fired Power
Facilities in the Black Warrior Basin of
Alabama
Site Characterization for Carbon           AL   FE-NETL   A9, B3.1     1/22/2010
Dioxide Storage from Coal-fired Power
Facilities in the Black Warrior Basin of
Alabama
Re-utilization of Industrial Carbon        WV   FE-NETL A11, B3.6      1/27/2010
Dioxide for Algae Production Using a
Phase Change Material

Beneficial Carbon Dioxide Capture in       OH   FE-NETL A11, B3.6      1/27/2010
an Integrated Algal Biorefinery for
Renewable Generation and
Transportation Fuels

Recovery Act: Macroalgae for Carbon        CA   FE-NETL     B3.6       1/28/2010
Dioxide Capture and Renewable
Energy -- A Pilot Project



Recovery Act: Macroalgae for Carbon        CT   FE-NETL   A9, A11,     1/28/2010
Dioxide Capture and Renewable                              B3.6
Energy -- A Pilot Project (Phase 1)
Recovery Act: Macroalgae for Carbon      IL   FE-NETL    A1, A9,    1/28/2010
Dioxide Capture and Renewable                           A11, B3.6
Energy -- A Pilot Project (Phase 1)


Ultra-Deepwater Resources to             TX   FE-NETL      A9       1/29/2010
Reserves Development and
Acceleration Through Appraisal

Characterization of Pilocene and         CA   FE-NETL   A9, B3.1    1/29/2010
Miocene Formations in the Wilmington
Graben, Offshore Los Angeles for large
Scale Geologic Storage of Carbon
Dioxide (terminal island drilling)

Characterization of Pilocene and         CA   FE-NETL   A9, B3.1    1/29/2010
Miocene Formations in the Wilmington
Graben, Offshore Los Angeles for large
Scale Geologic Storage of Carbon
Dioxide (seismic)
Characterization of Pilocene and         CA   FE-NETL   A9, B3.1    1/29/2010
Miocene Formations in the Wilmington
Graben, Offshore Los Angeles for large
Scale Geologic Storage of Carbon
Dioxide (pier F drilling)

Characterization of Pilocene and         CA   FE-NETL     B3.1      1/29/2010
Miocene Formations in the Wilmington
Graben, Offshore Los Angeles for large
Scale Geologic Storage of Carbon
Dioxide (literature and computer
review)
Enhancing American Samoa’s Energy        AS   OE-NETL      A9       1/14/2010
Assurance Capabilities and Resiliency



Pecan Street Project Energy Internet     TX   OE-NETL A9, B5.1      1/29/2010
Demonstration


Power Management Unit Installation at    VA   OE-NETL A9, B1.7,     2/9/2010
Substation                                              B4.6
Power Management Unit Installation at    VA   OE-NETL A9, B1.7,     2/9/2010
Substation                                              B4.6
Carbon Dioxide Conversion to Fuels       IL   FE-NETL   B3.6        2/9/2010
and Energy



Demonstration of Isothermal              NH   OE-NETL     B3.6      2/9/2010
Compressed Air Energy Storage to
Support Renewable Energy Production
Amber Kinetics Flywheel Energy               CA        OE-NETL    B3.6      2/9/2010
Storage Demonstration


Manufacture of Battery Containers for        CT        EE-NETL   B1.31,     2/8/2020
Lithium Ion Batteries for the Aerospace                           B5.1
and Hybrid Electric Vehicle Markets

Eastern Interconnection Planning             PA        OE-NETL     A9       2/8/2010
Collaborative


Solid State Energy Conversion Alliance       PA        FE-NETL   A1, A9,    2/8/2010
Coal-Based Systems - Siemens Energy                               B3.6

Dynamic Line Rating Project                  TX        OE-NETL   B3.11,     2/8/2010
                                                                  B4.6


Recovery Act: Carbon Dioxide                 VA        FE-NETL    B3.6      2/7/2009
Conversion to Fuels and Energy



New York State Alternative Fuel              NY        EE-NETL   A7, A11    2/7/2010
Vehicle and Infrastructure Deployment -
New Vehicle Purchase

Developing a Comprehensive Risk              TX        FE-NETL   A9, A11    2/7/2010
Assessment Framework for Geological
Storage of Carbon Dioxide

Determining the Variability of               ND        FE-NETL    B3.6      2/7/2010
Continuous Mercury Monitors at Low
Mercury Levels

New York State Alternative Fuel              NY        EE-NETL    B5.1      2/7/2010
Vehicle and Infrastructure Deployment -
Vehicle Conversion

Eastern Interconnection States            Nationwide   OE-NETL     A9       2/7/2010
Planning Council
New York Revised Narrative                   NY        EE-NETL   A9, A11,   2/3/2010
Information Worksheet for Energy                                  B5.1
Efficiency Program for Municipalities,
Schools, Hospitals, Public Colleges
Small Business Energy                        NH        EE-NETL   A9, A11    1/27/2010
Efficiency/Renewable Energy
Loan/Grant Program
Business and Commercial Energy               NH        EE-NETL   A9, A11,   1/26/2010
Efficiency/Renewable Energy                                       B5.1
Loan/Grant Program
Innovative Initiatives                        NH        EE-NETL   A9, A11,   1/27/2010
                                                                   B5.1


Site Characterization for Carbon              AL        FE-NETL A9, B3.1,    2/10/2010
Dioxide Storage from Coal-fired Power                             B3.6
Facilities in the Black Warrior Basin of
Alabama (drill)
Building America Energy Efficient          Nationwide   EE-NETL    B5.1      2/10/2010
Housing Partnerships

Low-Cost, Highly Lambertian Reflector         DE        EE-NETL    B3.6      2/10/2010
Composite for Improved Light-Emitting
Diode (LED) Efficiency and Lifetime


Market Transformation and Technology          MS        EE-NETL   A9, A11,   2/5/2010
Deployment - Renewable Energy                                      B5.1
Projects


Hardgrove Grindability Index (HGI)            PA        FE-NETL    B3.6      2/12/2010
Building 83
Smith Electric Vehicles (SEV-US)              MO        EE-NETL A1, B3.6,    2/12/2010
Medium Duty Electric Vehicle                                      B5.1
Demonstration Project
New Jersey Compressed Natural Gas             NJ        EE-NETL     A7       2/12/2010
Refuse Trucks, Shuttle Buses and
Infrastructure

New Jersey Compressed Natural Gas             NJ        EE-NETL    B5.1      2/12/2010
Refuse Trucks, Shuttle Buses and
Infrastructure

Low Cost Lithography for High                 CA        EE-NETL    B3.6      2/12/2010
Brightness LED (Light-emitting diode)
Manufacturing
Construction of 241-TY Interim Surface        WA         EM-       B6.1      8/18/2009
Barrier                                                 ORP/RL




Facility Upgrades at 222-S Laboratory         WA         EM-      B1.3,      8/18/2009
Complex                                                 ORP/RL    B1.7,
                                                                  B1.15,
                                                                  B1.31
Generic Categorical Exclusion for Site-   IL     SC-       B1.3,      2/8/2010
Wide Miscellaneous Installation and            Argonne     B1.4,
Maintenance Activities                                     B1.5,
                                                           B1.9,
                                                          B1.11,
                                                          B1.15,
                                                          B1.16,
                                                          B1.17,
                                                          B1.22,
                                                          B1.27,
                                                          B1.31,
                                                           B2.1,
                                                           B2.2,
                                                         B2.3, B2.5

200 Area Chilled Water Plant              IL     SC-       B1.15      1/25/2010
                                               Argonne

Application of Wastewater Treatment       IL     SC-       B6.8       2/10/2010
Filter Bed Sand                                Argonne



Infrastructure Improvements for           NJ   SC-PSO      B3.13      1/13/2010
Innovative Confinement Concept (ICC)
Experiments with American Recovery
and Reinvestment Act Funding




Removal of C-Site Motor Generator         NJ   SC-PSO     B1.16,      2/4/2010
Equipment                                                 B1.23
Infrastructure Improvements for          NJ   SC-PSO   B3.6    2/8/2010
General Plasma Science User




Electrical Isolations at 740-A Trailer   SC   EM-SR    B4.10   9/21/2009
Complex


Improvements to the Road 2 and SC        SC   EM-SR    B1.13   1/25/2010
125 Intersection


Install Cover at Barricade 6             SC   EM-SR    B2.5    1/25/2010


Analysis of Samples from Saltstone       SC   EM-SR    B3.6    1/20/2010

Measurement of Actinide Distribution     SC   EM-SR    B3.6    1/20/2010
Coefficients


Relocate Padmounted Transformer in       SC   EM-SR    B4.11   1/20/2010
R-Area




Sable Systems Oxzilla Oxygen             SC   EM-SR    B3.6    1/5/2010
Analyzer

Y593 Procure, Design & Install X-Ray     SC   EM-SR    B3.6    1/5/2010
Diffraction and X-Ray Fluorescence
Instruments, 735-11A




Salt Disposition Integration Project     SC   EM-SR    B3.6    1/5/2010
Blend and Feed Tanks Testing
Transmission Electron Microscopy         SC   EM-SR   B3.6     1/5/2010
Specimen Preparation by
Electropolishing
Production of Hazardous Enhanced         SC   EM-SR   B3.6     1/5/2010
Chemical Cleaning Sludge Simulants




9975, 9977 and 9978 Annual               SC   EM-SR   B3.6     1/5/2010
Maintenance and Testing




Polychlorinated Biphenyls Sealant        SC   EM-SR   B6.1     1/5/2010
Cleanup And Control At 105-C and 105-
L

Isolate 185-3K Cooling Tower Fire        SC   EM-SR   B1.3     1/5/2010
Water Leg from Area Firewater Loop



Deactivation of F-Area A-Line (221-1F)   SC   EM-SR   B1.28    1/5/2010


Howard T. Ricketts Regional              SC   EM-SR   B3.6    12/17/2009
Biocontainment Laboratory 134




Cut, Remove and Replace Off-Gas          SC   EM-SR   B1.3    12/17/2009
Exhaust Fan #2 and #3 foundation and
Replace Air Monitor Fan #1 and #2
Ceramic Synthesis and Gas              SC   EM-SR   B3.6   12/17/2009
Permeation Measurements in 735-11A




Calendar Year 2010 Tank 50 Sample      SC   EM-SR   B3.6   12/16/2009
Preparation and Analysis




Electrochemistry of Actinides          SC   EM-SR   B3.6   12/16/2009


Energy Frontiers Research Center -     SC   EM-SR   B3.6   12/16/2009
Nanoscale Actinide Materials




85/30 Ton Crane Upgrade                SC   EM-SR   B2.5   12/16/2009




Hydrogen Technology Laboratory 140 -   SC   EM-SR   B3.6   12/11/2009
Chromatography, Wet Laboratory
Activities in 135 Hydrogen Research   SC   EM-SR   B3.6    12/11/2009
Technology Laboratory




Closure of Septic Tanks 607-12G, -    SC   EM-SR   B1.27   12/11/2009
31G & -32G

Scanned Probe Microscopy Surface      SC   EM-SR   B3.6    12/8/2009
Analysis and Sample Preparation




Thin-Film Development Laboratory      SC   EM-SR   B3.6    12/8/2009




Vacuum Induction Melting of Metals    SC   EM-SR   B3.6    12/8/2009



Disposal of Unusable Tuff Tanks       SC   EM-SR   B6.1    12/1/2009




Ion Chromatographic Analysis of       SC   EM-SR   B3.6    11/24/2009
Environmental Samples

Total Carbon Analysis of Solid        SC   EM-SR   B3.6    11/24/2009
Environmental Samples

Total Carbon analysis of Liquid       SC   EM-SR   B3.6    11/24/2009
Environmental Samples
K-Area Interim Surveillance (KIS)          SC     EM-SR      B2.5    11/5/2009
Breathing Air Upgrade




Install 18 New Office Trailers in the E-   SC     EM-SR      B1.15   10/20/2009
Area Rock Yard




704-3R Antenna Pole Installation           SC     EM-SR      B1.19   10/9/2009


Electrical Isolations of 27 A-Area         SC     EM-SR      B1.27   9/29/2009
Buildings



Isolate 3 Savannah River National          SC     EM-SR      B1.3    9/29/2009
Laboratory Trailers from Domestic
Water and Sanitary Sewer Systems
Construct Rail Spur to Concrete Batch      SC     EM-SR      B1.13   8/31/2009
Plant, P-Area




Fire Ant Treatments                 AR, TX, MO,    SWPA      B1.3     2/1/2010
                                        OK
Bennington Communication Tower Site     OK         SWPA      B1.19    2/2/2010




Flaming Forge-Vernal No.3                  UT     WAPA /     B1.3    1/22/2010
Transmission Line Vegetation                       Rocky
Management, Uintah County, Utah                   Mountain
                                                   Region
Evaluation Project (4492)                TN         YSO     B1.3, B2.5   1/28/2010




Wachs Cutter Tooling Station (4495)      TN         YSO       B1.31      2/11/2010




Energy Savings Performance               TN         YSO       B2.5       2/11/2010
Contracts (4494)




Unneeded Materials and Chemicals         TN         YSO     B6.1, B6.8   2/11/2010
Construction Waste (4493)




25A1046 - Conditionally Activated      CT, MA      ARPA-E     B3.6       1/19/2010
Enzymes Expressed in Cellulosic
Energy Crops

25A1089 - Electroville: High-Amperage     MA       ARPA-E     B3.6       1/15/2010
Energy Storage Device-Energy Storage
for the Neighborhood
25A1318 - Low Cost, High Energy and MA, MI, CA,    ARPA-E     B3.6       1/15/2010
Power Density, Nanotube-Enhanced      CT, NH, ME
Ultracapacitors



25A1381 - Affordable Energy from         MA        ARPA-E     B3.6       12/18/2009
Water and Sunlight
25A1543 - A Genetically Tractable           IA        ARPA-E    B3.6      1/19/2010
Microalgal Platform for Advanced
Biofuel Production



25A1786 - Scaling and                   OH, IN, AL,   ARPA-E    B3.6      1/14/2010
Commercialization of Algae Harvesting      CA
Technologies

25A2340 - Silicon Coated Nanofiber      OH, MO, CA,   ARPA-E    B3.6      12/18/2009
Paper as a Lithium-Ion Anode                SC




25A2445 - Ammonothermal Bulk GaN            NY        ARPA-E    B3.6      1/15/2010
Crystal Growth for Energy Efficient
Lighting



25A2685 - Planar Sodium-Beta             MO, WA       ARPA-E    B3.6      1/15/2010
Batteries for Renewable Integration
and Grid Applications



25A2942- Adaptive Turbine Blades:         CA, GA      ARPA-E    B3.6      1/14/2010
Blown Wing Technology for Low-Cost
Wind Power


25A3191 - Large-Scale Energy                CA        ARPA-E B3.6, B5.1   1/14/2010
Reductions through Sensors,
Feedback, and Information Technology




25A4083 - Shewanella as an Ideal            MN        ARPA-E    B3.6      1/19/2010
Platform for Producing Hydrocarbon
Biofuels
25A4274 - Energy Efficient Capture of       IL        ARPA-E    B3.6      12/18/2009
Carbon Dioxide from Coal Flue Gas




25A4315 - Wave Disc Engine              MI, TX, PA    ARPA-E    B3.6      12/15/2009




25A4800 - High Energy Permanent             DE        ARPA-E    B3.6      1/15/2010
Magnets for Hybrid Vehicles and
Alternative Energy




25A4975 - High Biomass, Low Input       TX, CA, AZ,   ARPA-E B3.6, B3.8   1/15/2010
Dedicated Energy Crops to Enable a          TN
Full-Scale Bioenergy Industry


25A5081 - Harvesting Low Quality Heat     IL, MA      ARPA-E    B3.6      12/18/2009
Using Economically Printed Flexible
Nanostructured Stacked
Thermoelectric Junctions




25A5208 - Low-contact Drilling             CO         ARPA-E    B3.6      1/15/2010
Technology to Enable Economical
Engineered Geothermal System Wells
Receipt and Processing of transuranic       TN        EM-ORO     B6.1       2/1/2010
(TRU) Soils from Nuclear Fuel
Services in Erwin, Tennessee by the
TRU Waste Processing Center on the
Oak Ridge Reservation, Tennessee




Conducting Macroencapsulation               TN        EM-ORO     B6.5       2/1/2010
Treatment in the Parking Lot of the
Contact Handled Marshalling Building
at the Transuranic Waste Processing
Center on the Oak Ridge Reservation,
Tennessee




Joint BioEnergy Institute Lease and         CA        SC-BSO   A7, B1.3,   1/19/2010
Operation of Greenhouses at University                          B1.15,
of California at Davis                                           B3.6



25A2115 - Pilot Scale Testing of          OH, AL      ARPA-E     B3.6      1/15/2010
Carbon Negative, Product Flexible
Syngas Chemical Looping




25A2756 - Breakthrough High                 MA        ARPA-E     B3.6      1/14/2010
Efficiency Shrouded Wind Turbine




25A2876 - Upgrading Refinery Off-gas     NJ, PA, OK   ARPA-E     B3.6      11/20/2009
to High-Octane Alkylate
Mount Laurel Energy Audit                  NJ          EE      B5.1     2/25/2010
Implementation Project



Energy Retrofit and Improvements to        PR          EE      B5.1     2/25/2010
Aguada's Municipal Buildings

Incorporating Refrigerator              Nationwide     EE      B5.1      2/3/2010
Replacement into the Weatherization
Assistance Program
American Recovery and Reinvestment         ID          ID      B3.6     2/23/2010
Act Reactive Tracers.




Project 1614 - Building 15                 MO         KCSO     B1.16,   2/18/2010
Polychlorinated Biphenyl                                       B1.17
Decontamination




Project 1615 - Building 16                 MO         KCSO     B1.17    2/18/2010
Polychlorinated Biphenyl
Decontamination


Project 1616 -Remove Inactive High         MO         KCSO     B1.17    2/18/2010
Voltage Polychlorinated biphenyl line
behind Barn area

Construction of Grade Control              NM         LASO     B6.1     10/28/2009
Structures in Pueblo and DP Canyons




West Hackberry Air                         LA        SPR-PMO   B1.3      2/5/2010
Conditioning/Heating Repairs




West Hackberry Annual Pressure             LA        SPR-PMO   B1.3      2/5/2010
Safety Valve Testing
Strategic Petroleum Reserve Grass          LA, TX   SPR-PMO   B1.3     2/2/2010
Cutters and Grounds Maintenance
Personnel

Clean, Inspect, and Repair BMT-27           TX      SPR-PMO   B1.3     2/11/2010




Strategic Petroleum Reserve Computer       LA, TX   SPR-PMO   B1.7     2/11/2010
Services, 2011-2014



Eastshore Trail Construction                CA      WAPA /    B4.9     2/16/2010
                                                     Sierra
                                                    Nevada
                                                    Region



Removal of Legacy Material and              NM       SSO      B1.3,    1/21/2010
Operation of Auxiliary Hot Cell Facility                      B1.30,
as an HC-3 Nuclear Facility                                    B6.5



Decontamination and Desctruction of         SC       EM-SR    B1.23    2/23/2010
Building 710-B Hazardous Waste
Storage Facility




293-F Stack Risk Reduction Project          SC       EM-SR    B1.28    2/23/2010
Building 709-1L Storage Facility        SC   EM-SR   B1.23   2/23/2010




Deactivation of Heavy Water             SC   EM-SR   B1.28   2/23/2010
Components Test Reactor, 770-U



Parking Lot Installation                SC   EM-SR   B1.3    2/23/2010



Separation of Alpha emitting isotopes   SC   EM-SR   B3.6    2/23/2010




Remove Oil Stained Gravel from          SC   EM-SR   B6.1    2/16/2010
Behind L Reactor

Establishing Waste Acceptance           SC   EM-SR   B3.6    2/16/2010
Criteria for DeconGel 1101




Wet Oxidation Total Organic/Inorganic   SC   EM-SR   B3.6    2/16/2010
Carbon Analysis
Decommissioning of 185-3K               SC   EM-SR   B1.23   2/12/2010




Glass Fabrication and Testing           SC   EM-SR   B3.6    2/12/2010




Thermal Analysis of common              SC   EM-SR   B3.6    2/12/2010
engineering materials




Dissolution of Uranium and Plutonium    SC   EM-SR   B3.6    2/12/2010
Containing Residues from F and H
Area




Permeameter Testing of Saltstone        SC   EM-SR   B3.6    2/12/2010
Samples

Handling of bulk background materials   SC   EM-SR   B3.6    2/12/2010




Materials Science Research at Aiken     SC   EM-SR   B3.6    2/12/2010
County Technology Laboratory
Benchtop Distillation and Recovery of      SC   EM-SR    B3.6      2/12/2010
Volatile Solvents




Electrical Isolation and Pole Removal,     SC   EM-SR    B4.10     2/2/2010
13.8 kilovolt Section in F-Area

Tank Content Transfer To C                 SC   EM-SR    B1.28     1/27/2010
Disassembly

Evaluation of Enhanced Soil                SC   EM-SR    B3.8      1/27/2010
Remediation "TRACK 2"




Relocate/Install F Tank Farm Mixer         SC   EM-SR    B1.3      1/20/2010
Pumps and Refurbish Tanks for
Cleaning



20 Percent Wind by 2030: Overcoming        CA   EE-GO   A9, A11    2/24/2010
the Challenges




"Fish-Friendly" Hydropower Turbine         CA   EE-GO   A9, B3.6   2/25/2010
Development and Deployment: Phase
II Preliminary Engineering and Model
Testing


An assessment of projected life-cycle      CA   EE-GO     A9       2/25/2010
cost for wave, tidal, ocean current, and
in-stream hydrokinetic power in the
United States over time
Wind Resource Study at United States   CO   EE-GO    B3.1      2/23/2010
Navy Base, Yokosuka, Japan; National
Renewable Energy Laboratory
Tracking Number 08-015d




Assessment of Energy Production        GA   EE-GO     A9       2/25/2010
Potential from Ocean Currents along
the United States Coastline

Smart Grid Photovoltaic Pilot          IL   EE-GO    B5.1      2/24/2010




Hydropower from Wastewater             NY   EE-GO   A9, B3.6   2/25/2010




(Ohio) Advanced Energy Manufacturing   OH   EE-GO   A9, A11    2/25/2010
Center




Development of Design and Simulation   OK   EE-GO     A9       2/24/2010
Tool for Hybrid Geothermal Heat Pump
System



Improved Design Tools for Surface      OK   EE-GO     A9       2/24/2010
Water and Standing Column Well Heat
Pump Systems
Quantifying the full value of hydropower   TN   EE-GO    A9     2/25/2010
in the transmission grid




Austin Solar Cities Partnership -          TX   EE-GO   B5.1    2/25/2010
Rodriguez Elementary School
Photovoltaic System




Austin Solar Cities Partnership - Webb     TX   EE-GO   B5.1    2/25/2010
Middle School Photovoltaic System




Austin Solar City Partnership - Lyndon     TX   EE-GO   B5.1    2/25/2010
B. Johnson High School




Denver West Parkway/Mariott                CO   EE-GO   B1.32   2/23/2010
Boulevard Intersection Improvements;
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Tracking Number 09-044


Austin Solar City Partnership - West       TX   EE-GO   B5.1    2/25/2010
View Elementary Photovoltaic System
POWER - purposeful Partnerships         WI   EE-GO   A9, B5.1   2/25/2010
Coordinating Wind Energy Resources




Measuring the Costs and Economics,      VA   EE-GO   A9, A11    2/24/2010
Social, and Environmental Benefits of
Nationwide Geothermal Heat Pump
Deployment and The Potential
Employment, Energy, and
Environmental Impacts of Direct Use
Applications
Ocean Thermal Extractable Energy        VA   EE-GO     A9       2/25/2010
Visualization




Ocean Thermal Energy Converter Life     VA   EE-GO     A9       2/25/2010
Cycle Cost Analysis




Alternative Energy                      VA   EE-GO   A9, B3.6   2/24/2010



Packwood Lake Hydroelectric Project     WA   EE-GO    B5.1      2/25/2010




South Central Solar Consortium          TX   EE-GO   A9, B5.1   2/23/2010
Marine Renewable Energy Center             MA   EE-GO   A9, B3.1   2/24/2010




Development of Next-Generation             CO   EE-GO    B3.6      2/24/2010
Parabolic Trough Collectors and
Components for Concentrated Solar
Power Applications

Center for Nanoscale Energy                ND   EE-GO    B3.6      2/23/2010




National Accreditation Certification       NY   EE-GO     A9       2/23/2010
Program for Installation and
Acceptance of Photovoltaic Systems



Sustainable Hydrogen Fueling Station,      CA   EE-GO    B5.1      2/23/2010
California State University, Los Angeles




"Feedstock to Tailpipe Initiative":        KS   EE-GO    B3.6      2/22/2010
Kansas Biofuels Production, Testing
and Certification Laboratory

Anne Arundel County Maryland               MD   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/19/2010
American Recovery and Reinvestment                       B5.1
Act - Energy Efficiency and
Conservation Block Grant (S)
Harford County Maryland American          MD   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/19/2010
Recovery and Reinvestment Act-                          B5.1
Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Block Grants (S)




Prince George's County Maryland           MD   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/19/2010
American Recovery and Reinvestment                      B5.1
Act - Energy Efficiency and
Conservation Block Grants (S)




Statement of Work for select activities   NC   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/19/2010
American Recovery and Reinvestment                      B5.1
Act - Energy Efficiency and
Conservation Block Grants Strategy-
Only (S)




Center for Biomass Utilization            ND   EE-GO   A9, B3.6   2/22/2010




Revolving Loan Fund - S                   NJ   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/19/2010
                                                        B5.1
Statement of Work for Morris County -     NJ   EE-GO   A9, A11,    2/19/2010
S                                                       B5.1




Development of Biofuels                   NV   EE-GO     B3.6      2/22/2010




Onondaga County, New York Energy          NY   EE-GO   A11, B5.1   2/19/2010
Efficiency and Conservation Block
Grant - American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act (S)




Montgomery County American                OH   EE-GO   A9, A11,    2/19/2010
Recovery and Reinvestment Act -                         B5.1
Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Block Grant (S) - Act 1 (County
Building Retrofits)
Oakland University Human Health           MI   EE-GO
Sciences Building Ground Source Heat
Pump
Southern Mid-Atlantic Provider of Solar   NC   EE-GO   A9, A11,    2/17/2010
Instructor Training                                     B5.1




Ponaganet Alternative Energy              RI   EE-GO     B5.1      2/11/2010
Laboratory and Biomass Facilities
Project
Distributed Generation Wind Power at       RI   EE-GO       B3.1       2/19/2010
Navy Sites - Second Meteorological
tower at Naval Station Newport, Rhode
Island; National Renewable Energy
Laboratory Tracking Number 08-015c-2




Nevada Renewable Energy Consortium         CO   EE-GO     A9, B3.1,    2/22/2010
                                                            B3.6




Energy and Environmental Research          CO   EE-GO     B3.6, B5.1   12/22/2010
Center for Biomass Utilization 2008



Recovery Act: Hawaii Utility Integration   HI   EE-GO        A9        2/22/2010
Initiatives to Enable Wind




Installation of a Low Flow Unit at the     NM   EE-GO     A9, B5.1     2/11/2010
Abiquiu Hydroelectric Facility




Solar Thermal Demonstration Project        NV   EE-GO     B5.1, B2.5   2/22/2010



Gulf of Mexico 3-Dimensional               OR   FE-NETL      A9         3/1/2010
Operational Ocean Forecast System
Pilot Project (Portland)

Gulf of Mexico 3-Dimensional               NC   FE-NETL      A9         3/1/2010
Operational Ocean Forecast System
Pilot Project (Raleigh)

Gulf of Mexico 3-Dimensional               MS   FE-NETL      A9         3/1/2010
Operational Ocean Forecast System
Pilot Project (Stennis Space Center)
Gulf of Mexico 3-Dimensional               NJ        FE-NETL     A9      3/1/2010
Operational Ocean Forecast System
Pilot Project (Princeton)

Gulf of Mexico 3-Dimensional               TX        FE-NETL     A9      3/1/2010
Operational Ocean Forecast System
Pilot Project (College Station)

Gulf of Mexico 3-Dimensional               CA        FE-NETL     A9      3/1/2010
Operational Ocean Forecast System
Pilot Project (Los Angeles)

Recovery Act: Solar Reforming of           NM        FE-NETL    B3.6     3/1/2010
Carbon Dioxide to Produce Diesel Fuel

Ultra-Compact High-Efficiency              CA        EE-NETL    B3.6     3/1/2010
Luminaire for General Illumination




Building 94 Computational Science          PA         NETL     B1.29,    3/1/2010
Computer Room 103 Renovation -                                 B1.31
Phase II
Optimized Phosphors for Warm White      NY, OH, GA   EE-NETL    B3.6     3/1/2010
light-emitting diodes (LED) Light
Engines

Connecticut Clean Cities Future Fuels      CT        EE-NETL   A7, A11   3/1/2010
Project (New Vehicles)



New Jersey Compressed Natural Gas          NJ        EE-NETL    B5.1     3/1/2010
Refuse Trucks, Shuttle Buses and
Infrastructure


RenewElec Project                          PA        FE-NETL   A9, A11   2/26/2010



Pennsylvania Green Energy Works!           PA        EE-NETL   B1.15,    2/22/2010
Targeted Grant - Biogas- Furmano                                B5.1
Foods Biogas Recovery and Utilization

Green Bank of Kentucky, Energy             KY        EE-NETL A9, B1.4,   2/22/2010
Efficient Revolving Loan Fund                                  B5.1


High Performance Sustainable Energy        KY        EE-NETL   A9, A11   2/22/2010
Research Laboratory
Kentucky Net-Zero Schools -- State      KY   EE-NETL   A9, A11    2/22/2010
Energy Project Recovery
Recovery Act: Solar Reforming of        NM   FE-NETL   A9, B3.6   2/22/2010
Carbon Dioxide to Produce Diesel Fuel

Recovery Act: Solar Reforming of        CA   FE-NETL   A9, B3.6   2/22/2010
Carbon Dioxide to Produce Diesel Fuel


Energy Efficiency in State Buildings:   WV   EE-NETL    B5.1      2/22/2010
Administration


Energy Efficiency in State Buildings:   WV   EE-NETL    B5.1      2/21/2010
Higher Education



Energy Efficiency in State Buildings:   WV   EE-NETL    B5.1      2/21/2010
West Virginia Department of
Agriculture
Kentucky State Energy Program           KY   EE-NETL   A1, A9     2/19/2010
Recovery Act Grant -- Building Energy
Codes Training
Wise Correctional Unit #18 Biomass      VA   EE-NETL   B1.15,     2/19/2010
Boiler                                                 B1.31,
                                                        B5.1

Community Energy Independence-          VA   EE-NETL   A1, A9,    2/19/2010
Municipal Solid Waste and                               A11
Construction and Demolition to
Electricity Engineering Study
City of Martinsville Landfill Gas to    VA   EE-NETL   B1.13,     2/19/2010
Electricity Project                                    B1.15,
                                                        B5.1

Dairy Energy- Manure to Electricity     VA   EE-NETL   B1.15,     2/19/2010
                                                        B5.1


Environmental Solutions, Inc. Wood      VA   EE-NETL   B1.31,     2/19/2010
Pellet Mill Expansion                                   B5.1

King George Greenhouse Heat             VA   EE-NETL   B1.31,     2/19/2010
Capture                                                 B5.1


Rockingham Memorial Hospital            VA   EE-NETL    B5.1      2/19/2010
Methane Gas Conversion

Town of Christiansburg Wastewater       VA   EE-NETL   B1.15,     2/19/2010
Treatment Plant Combined Heat and                      B1.31,
Power from Biogas                                       B5.1
Virginia Women's Correction Center      VA   EE-NETL    B5.1      2/19/2010
Biomass and Biodiesel Project


Western Virginia Water Authority's      VA   EE-NETL    B5.1      2/19/2010
Roanoke Regional Wastewater
Treatment Plant Biogas Combined
Heat and Power
High Performance Buildings Program      MA   EE-NETL    B5.1      2/19/2010

Pennsylvania Economic Development       PA   EE-NETL   B1.4,      2/19/2010
Association Sustainable Business                       B1.24,
Recovery - Wagner Free Institute                        B2.5


Glencliff Wood Chip Project             NH   EE-NETL    B5.1      2/19/2010

Pennsylvania Green Energy Works!        PA   EE-NETL   B1.15,     2/19/2010
Target Grant - Biogas - Native Energy                   B5.1
Bio-Digestion-based Combined Heat &
Power

Pennsylvania Green Energy Works!        PA   EE-NETL   B1.15,     2/18/2010
Targeted Grant - Biogas- Ideal Family                   B5.1
Farms

Pennsylvania Green Energy Works!        PA   EE-NETL   B1.15,     2/17/2010
Targeted Grant - Biogas- Hermitage                      B5.1
Municipal Authority

Pennsylvania Green Energy Works!        PA   EE-NETL   B1.15,     2/16/2010
Targeted Grant - Biogas- Anergy Dairy                   B5.1
Farm Biodigesters

Pennsylvania Green Energy Works!        PA   EE-NETL   B1.15,     2/16/2010
Targeted Grant - Biogas- Derry                          B5.1
Township Municipal Authority


Pennsylvania Green Energy Works!        PA   EE-NETL   B1.31,     2/16/2010
Targeted Grant - Biogas- York City                      B5.1
Sewer Authority

Green Energy Works!- Combined Heat      PA   EE-NETL  A9, A11,    2/10/2010
and Power- Geisinger Medical Center                    B1.15,
                                                       B1.24,
                                                        B5.1
East Pennsboro Wastewater               PA   EE-NETL A9, B1.15,   2/8/2010
Treatment Plant Biogas Recovery and                    B1.31,
Utilization Using Combined Heat and                     B5.1
Power Project.
Mount Joy Wire Company Combined         PA   EE-NETL   B1.31,     2/8/2010
Heat and Power Project                                  B5.1
Philadelphia Gas Works Combined       PA   EE-NETL   A9, A11,   2/8/2010
Heat and Power Project                                B1.31,
                                                       B5.1

Abington Hospital Combined Heat and   PA   EE-NETL A9, B1.31,   2/8/2010
Power Project                                        B5.1



AIMCO Combined Heat and Power         PA   EE-NETL A9, B1.31,   2/8/2010
Projects                                             B5.1



American Refining Group Combined      PA   EE-NETL A9, B1.31,   2/8/2010
Heat and Power Project                               B5.1



Craftmaster Manufacturing Inc.        PA   EE-NETL A9, B1.31,   2/8/2010
Combined Heat and Power Project                      B5.1


Divine Providence Hospital-           PA   EE-NETL A9, B1.31,   2/8/2010
Susquehanna Health Combined Heat                     B5.1
and Power Project

Biodiesel Infrastructure Project      WI   EE-NETL   A1, A9,    1/27/2010
(PrairieFire)                                         B5.1




Biodiesel Infrastructure Project      WI   EE-NETL   A1, A9,    1/27/2010
(Coulee)                                              B5.1




Biodiesel In-line Blending Project    WI   EE-NETL   A1, A9,    1/27/2010
(Innovation)                                          B5.1




Maintenance Projects                  MS     LM       B1.3      2/20/2010




Bayou Choctaw Replacement Vacuum      LA   SPR-PMO    B1.3      2/22/2010
Truck
Replace Bryan Mound Oil/Water            TX   SPR-PMO     B1.3      3/1/2010
Separators


West Hackberry Tank (WHT)-1 and          LA   SPR-PMO     B1.3      3/1/2010
WHT-10 Liner Removal/Reline



West Hackberry Site Security Detection   LA   SPR-PMO     B2.2      3/3/2010
Systems Upgrade (Install)



Brown Grease to Biodiesel                CA    EE-GO    A9, B3.6,   3/1/2010
Demonstration                                             B5.1




Power Minimization Techniques for        CA    EE-GO       A9       3/2/2010
Networked Data Centers



Recovery Act: SeaMicro Volume            CA    EE-GO    A9, B3.6    3/2/2010
Server Power Reduction




Minnesota Center for Renewable           MN    EE-GO    A9, B3.6    3/1/2010
Energy Laboratory




Strategic Biomass Initiative             MS    EE-GO       A9       3/1/2010




Cheoah 1-4 Modernization                 NC    EE-GO      B5.1      3/1/2010
Advanced Refrigerant-based Cooling        NJ   EE-GO     A9, B3.6,   3/2/2010
Technologies for Information and                           B5.1
Communications Infrastructure




Energy Efficiency of Data Networks        NJ   EE-GO     A9, B3.6    3/2/2010
through Rate Adaptation




Resource Conservation and a               NV   EE-GO     A9, B3.6    3/1/2010
Sustainable Las Vegas




A Measurement - Management                NY   EE-GO     A9, B3.6,   3/2/2010
Technology for Improving Energy                            B5.1
Efficiency in Data Centers and
Telecommunication Facilities




Integrated direct current (dc)-dc         NY   EE-GO     A9, B3.6    3/2/2010
conversion for energy-efficiency
multicore microprocessors




Sustainable Biomass Production            SD   EE-GO        A9       3/1/2010
Systems-GO88073 Renewal




High Efficiency, Wideband Three-          TX   EE-GO     A9, B3.6,   3/2/2010
Phase Rectifiers and Adaptive Rectivier                    B5.1
Management




Internal Short Circuits in Lithium-ion    MA   EE-NETL     B3.6      3/4/2010
Cells for Plug-in Electric Vehicle
(PHEV)
Development of an Autogas Network         GA   EE-NETL A9, B2.5,    3/2/2010
(Atlanta)                                              B3.6, B5.1

Development of an Autogas Network         GA   EE-NETL A9, B2.5,    3/2/2010
(Fairburn)                                             B3.6, B5.1

Development of an Autogas Network         GA   EE-NETL A9, B2.5,    3/2/2010
(Hapeville)                                            B3.6, B5.1

Development of an Autogas Network         GA   EE-NETL A9, B2.5,    3/2/2010
(Lithia Springs)                                       B3.6, B5.1

Development of an Autogas Network         GA   EE-NETL A9, B2.5,    3/2/2010
(Tucker)                                               B3.6, B5.1

Development of an Autogas Network         IL   EE-NETL A9, B2.5,    3/2/2010
(Woodridge)                                            B3.6, B5.1

Development of an Autogas Network         IL   EE-NETL A9, B2.5,    3/2/2010
(Chicago)                                              B3.6, B5.1

Development of an Autogas Network         IL   EE-NETL A9, B2.5,    3/2/2010
(Cicero)                                               B3.6, B5.1

Development of an Autogas Network         IL   EE-NETL A9, B2.5,    3/2/2010
(Des Plains)                                           B3.6, B5.1

Development of an Autogas Network         IL   EE-NETL A9, B2.5,    3/2/2010
(Oak Forest)                                           B3.6, B5.1

Development of an Autogas Network         TX   EE-NETL A9, B2.5,    3/2/2010
(Katy Freeway)                                         B3.6, B5.1

Development of an Autogas Network         TX   EE-NETL A9, B2.5,    3/2/2010
(Hollow Tree Lane)                                     B3.6, B5.1

Development of an Autogas Network         TX   EE-NETL A9, B2.5,    3/2/2010
(Kress Street)                                         B3.6, B5.1

Development of an Autogas Network         TX   EE-NETL A9, B2.5,    3/2/2010
(Highway 6)                                            B3.6, B5.1

Development of an Autogas Network         TX   EE-NETL A9, B2.5,    3/2/2010
(Wesleyan Street)                                      B3.6, B5.1

Recovery Act: Solar Reforming of          CA   FE-NETL    B3.6      3/2/2010
Carbon Dioxide to Produce Diesel Fuel


Solution Processable Transparent          CA   EE-NETL    B3.6      3/2/2010
Conductive Hole Injection Electrode for
Organic Light Emitting Diodes
(OLEDS) Solid State Lighting
Solution Processable Transparent          PA   EE-NETL    B3.6      3/2/2010
Conductive Hole Injection Electrode for
Organic Light Emitting Diodes
(OLEDS) Solid State Lighting
(Pennsylvania)
Low-Cost Illumination Grade Light         CA   EE-NETL B3.6, B5.1   3/2/2010
Emitting Diodes (LEDS)



Idaho Petroleum Reduction Leadership      ID   EE-NETL   A1, A7,    3/1/2010
Project                                                   B5.1
Puget Sound Clean Cities Coalition        WA   EE-NETL   A1, A7,    3/1/2010
Petroleum Reduction Project -                             B5.1
Purchase
Puget Sound Clean Cities Coalition        WA   EE-NETL    B5.1      3/1/2010
Petroleum Reduction Project -
Conversion


High Flux Commercial Illumination         MA   EE-NETL    B3.6      3/1/2010
Solution with Intelligent Controls


Verso Paper Corporation Waste             ME   EE-NETL   B1.24,     3/2/2010
Energy Recovery (Bucksport)                               B5.1


Verso Paper Corporation Waste             ME   EE-NETL   B1.24,     3/2/2010
Energy Recovery (Jay)                                     B5.1


Verso Paper Corporation Waste             MN   EE-NETL   B1.24,     3/2/2010
Energy Recovery (Sartell)                                 B5.1


Photovoltaic Array Reuse of Los           NM    LASO     A7, B5.1   3/4/2010
Alamos County Landfill Location




25A4374 - MacroAlgae Butanol              DE   ARPA-E     B3.6      1/29/2010
Interconnection of Snohomish County      WA   BPA     B4.6    2/18/2010
Public Utility District No.1 Young’s
Creek Hydro Small Generation




Lower Mid-Columbia / Midway -            WA   BPA     B4.6,   2/23/2010
Vantage 230-kilovolt Transmission Line                B4.7,
Upgrade Project                                       B4.13




Replacing 11 Wood Pole Structures on     WA   BPA     B1.3    1/27/2010
the Midway – Grandview Transmission
Line and 12 Wood Pole Structures on
the Grandview – Red Mountain
Transmission Line



Performance of a Three-Dimensional       NM   WIPP    B3.1    3/1/2010
Seismic Survey Line




Upgrades to Alabama Power                AL   EE-GO   B5.1    3/4/2010
Hydroelectric Developments
Diesel-Organic Cogeneration Power       AS   EE-GO    B2.5, B5.1   2/5/2010
Cycle




State of Arizona American Recovery      AZ   EE- GO   A9, A11,     2/10/2010
and Reinvestment Act - Energy                          B5.1
Efficiency and Conservation Block
Grant (T)




Aquantis 2.5 Megawatt Ocean Current     CA   EE-GO    A9, B3.6     3/5/2010
Generation Device




American Recovery and Reinvestment      CA   EE-GO    A9, A11,     2/10/2010
Act - Energy Efficiency and                            B5.1
Conservation Block Grant City of Los
Angeles Strategy




California's Energy Efficiency and      CA   EE-GO    A9, A11,     2/19/2010
Conservation Block Grant National                      B5.1
Environmental Policy Act Template




Characterizing Fractures in Geyser's    CA   EE-GO       A9        3/10/2010
Geothermal Field by Micro-Seismic
Data, Using Soft Computing, Fractals,
and Shear Wave Anisotropy
Data Center Transformation from        CA   EE-GO   A9, B3.6,    3/4/2010
Always-On to Always-Available                         B5.1




Supply and Installation of New         MP   EE-GO   B2.5, B5.1   2/8/2010
Turbochargers as Retrofit Units for
Diesel Engines #5 through 8 at Power
Plant 1, Saipan, Commonwealth of
Northern Mariana Islands




Denver West Parkway/Marriott           CO   EE-GO     B1.32      2/23/2010
Boulevard Intersection Improvements;
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Tracking Number 09-044



Geothermal Academy: Focus Center       CO   EE-GO    A9, A11     3/9/2010
for Data Collection, Analysis and
Dissemination

High-Temperature, High-Pressure        CO   EE-GO   A9, B3.6     3/10/2010
Devices for Zonal Isolation in
Geothermal Wells
High-Temperature Circuit Boards for    CO   EE-GO   A9, B3.6   3/10/2010
use in Geothermal Well Monitoring
Applications




State of Colorado Energy Efficiency    CO   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/9/2010
and Conservation Block Grant Program                 B5.1
DE-EE0000913 (T)




Development of a Software Design       CT   EE-GO     A9       3/9/2010
Tool




Topic Area 3 National Certification    DC   EE-GO     A9       3/10/2010
Standard
Delaware State American Recovery         DE   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/11/2010
and Reinvestment Act - Energy                          B5.1
Efficiency and Conservation Block
Grant (T)




Analysis of Energy, Environmental, and   FL   EE-GO     A9       3/10/2010
Life Cycle Cost Reduction Potential of
Ground Source Heat Pumps in Hot and
Humid Climate




City of Atlanta American Recovery and    GA   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/9/2010
Reinvestment Act - Energy Efficiency                   B5.1
and Conservation Block Grant (S)




City of Atlanta RLF (Sustainable         GA   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/9/2010
Housing Initiative for a New Economy                   B5.1
Program) American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act - Energy Efficiency
and Conservation Block Grant



State of Iowa American Recovery and      IA   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/10/2010
Reinvestment Act - Energy Efficiency                   B5.1
and Conservation Block Grant (T)




National Geothermal Data Systems         ID   EE-GO     A9       3/10/2010
Data Acquisition and Access
A World-Class University-Industry      IL   EE-GO   A9, A11,    3/4/2010
Consortium for Wind Energy Research,                 B3.6
Education, and Research Development




Chicago, Illinois American Recovery    IL   EE-GO   A9, A11,    2/19/2010
and Reinvestment Act - Energy                        B5.1
Efficiency and Conservation Block
Grant (S)




Saint Clair County American Recovery   IL   EE-GO   A9, A11,    2/9/2010
and Reinvestment Act - Energy                        B5.1
Efficiency and Conservation Block
Grant (S)




Indiana State American Recovery and    IN   EE-GO   A9, A11,    2/19/2010
Reinvestment Act - Energy Efficiency                 B5.1
and Conservation Block Grant (T)




Great Plains States Wind Energy        KS   EE-GO   A9, B3.6    2/26/2010
Consortium




An Industry/Academe Consortium for     MN   EE-GO   A9, B3.1,   3/4/2010
Achieving 20% Wind by 2030 Through                    B3.6
Cutting-Edge Research and Workforce
Training

State of Minnesota American Recovery   MN   EE-GO   A9, A11,    2/10/2010
and Reinvestment Act - Energy                        B5.1
Efficiency and Conservation Block
Grant (T)
Montana State Energy Program              MT   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/5/2010
American Recovery and Reinvestment                      B5.1
Act Award




State of Montana Energy Efficiency and    MT   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/9/2010
Conservation Block Grant (T)                            B5.1




State of New Hampshire Energy             NH   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/9/2010
Efficiency and Conservation Block                       B5.1
Grant - American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act (T)




Optimal Ground-Source Heat Pump           NJ   EE-GO     A9       3/9/2010
System Design




Alternative Fuel Fueling Infrastructure   NV   EE-GO    B2.5      2/9/2010
Energy Efficiency and Renewable          NV   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/8/2010
Energy for State Buildings and Schools                 B5.1




Geothermal Workforce Education           NV   EE-GO     A9       3/10/2010
Development and Retention



State of Nevada Energy Efficiency and    NV   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/19/2010
Conservation Block Grant - American                    B5.1
Recovery and Reinvestment Act
National Environmental Policy Act
Template



City of New York American Recovery       NY   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/9/2010
and Reinvestment Act - Energy                          B5.1
Efficiency and Conservation Block
Grant (S)




Economizer Based Data Center Liquid      NY   EE-GO   A9, B3.6   3/4/2010
Cooling with Advanced Metal Interfaces




Energy Efficiency and Conservation       NY   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/10/2010
Block Grant - State of New York                        B5.1
American Recovery and Reinvestment
Act (T)




High Temperature High Volume Lifting     NY   EE-GO   A9, B3.6   3/8/2010
for Enhanced Geothermal Systems
Development of Very Dense Liquid        OH   EE-GO   A9, B3.6   3/4/2010
Cooled Compute Platform




Finite Volume Based Computer            OH   EE-GO     A9       3/9/2010
Program for Ground Source Heat
Pump System


Oklahoma State Energy Office Energy     OK   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/19/2010
Efficiency and Conservation Block                     B5.1
Grant National Environmental Policy
Act Template (T)




Benchmark Modeling of Near-field and    OR   EE-GO   A9, B3.6   3/5/2010
Far-field Wave Effects of Wave Energy
Arrays




Northwest Food Processors               OR   EE-GO   A9, B5.1   3/5/2010
Association Energy Intensity
Improvement Initiative: Three Short-
Term Projects
Oregon Energy Efficiency and             OR   EE-GO   A11, B2.2,   2/19/2010
Conservation Block Grant - Formula-                     B5.1
Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Block Grant (T)




Luzerne County (Pennsylvania), EECS,     PA   EE-GO   A9, A11,     2/10/2010
All Activities - American Recovery and                 B5.1
Reinvestment Act - Energy Efficiency
and Conservation Block Grant (S)




Recovery Act: Clemson University         SC   EE-GO      A9        3/2/2010
Wind Turbine Testing Facility



State of South Carolina American         SC   EE-GO    A9, A11,    2/8/2010
Recovery and Reinvestment Act                         B2.5, B5.1
Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Block Grant (T)




South Dakota Energy Efficiency and       SD   EE-GO   A9, A11,     2/9/2010
Conservation Block Grants Local                        B5.1
Government Grants (T)




Statewide Energy Retrofits State         SD   EE-GO   A9, A11,     2/8/2010
Energy Program (T)                                     B5.1
Adaptive Environmentally Contained       TX   EE-GO   A9, B3.6     3/4/2010
Power and Cooling Information
Technology Infrastructure for the Data
Center




Analysis and Tools to Spur Increased     TX   EE-GO      A9        3/9/2010
Deployment of "Waste Heat"
Rejection/Recycling Hybrid GHP
Systems in Hot, Arid or Semiarid
Climates Like Texas




Data Compilation for the National        TX   EE-GO      A9        3/10/2010
Geothermal Data Base




Texas State Energy Program American      TX   EE-GO   B2.5, B5.1   2/9/2010
Recovery and Reinvestment Act -
Alternative Fuels and Technology
Program
Fracture Network and Fluid Flow         UT   EE-GO     A9       3/10/2010
Imaging for Engineered Geothermal
Systems Applications from Multi-
Dimensional Electrical Resistivity
Structure



State of Vermont American Recovery      VT   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/9/2010
and Reinvestment Act - Energy                         B5.1
Efficiency and Conservation Block
Grant Local Government Sub-Grants
Request for Proposal (T)




Dane County, Wisconsin American         WI   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/9/2010
Recovery and Reinvestment Act -                       B5.1
Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Block Grant (T)




State of Wisconsin American Recovery    WI   EE-GO   A9, A11,   2/19/2010
and Reinvestment Act - Energy                         B5.1
Efficiency and Conservation Block
Grant (T)




Project 1653 - Dispose of Beryllium     MO   KCSO    B1.3,      3/1/2010
Contaminated Equipment                               B1.16,
                                                     B1.23


Hand Auger Samples in East Fork         NM    LM      B3.1      3/4/2010
Arroyo, Shiprock, New Mexico Disposal
Site
Transfer Salmon Property to the           MS         LM       B1.25    3/2/2010
Forestry Commission, State of
Mississippi




Terminal Ballistics Facility Minefield    NM        SSO       B3.11   12/1/2009
(Tech Area III)



Emergency Wood Pole Replacement           AZ       WAPA /     B4.6    11/13/2009
at 59 Structures Located Along the                 Desert
Coolidge-Oracle 115-kilovolt                      Southwest
Transmission Line
GLA-SEW (Str. 16-5 Maintenance)                    WAPA /
                                                   Desert
                                                  Southwest

MED-MRK (Fiber Optic Cable                         WAPA /
Replacement)                                       Desert
                                                  Southwest

Transmission Line Structure Relocation    AZ       WAPA /     B4.13   12/31/2009
of Existing Oracle-Tucson 115-kilovolt             Desert
Transmission Line                                 Southwest




Emergency Replacement of Poles and       CA, AZ    WAPA /     B1.3    12/4/2009
Hardware on Several Structures and                 Desert
Road Maintenance Along the Entire                 Southwest
Parker-Blythe #1 and #2 161-kilovolt
Transmission Line



PAD-GLA (Anchor Installation)                      WAPA /
                                                   Desert
                                                  Southwest

PAD-GLA (Erosion Control)                          WAPA /
                                                   Desert
                                                  Southwest
Blading of Washed Out Access Road        AZ    WAPA /     B1.3    11/12/2009
and Repairing the Washed Out Area              Desert
Inside the Substation Fence                   Southwest


183-2C Removal of Switchgear Cubicle     SC    EM-SR      B4.10   2/24/2010




Ballistic Resistant Enclosure Hatch      SC    EM-SR      B2.5    2/23/2010
Counterbalance




Closure of 607-10G Septic Tank           SC    EM-SR      B1.27   2/23/2010
(Served 661-G)



Cut and Cap Firewater Line Tap-Off       SC    EM-SR      B1.3     3/4/2010
Near 714-7N




Explosives Stabilization Testing         SC    EM-SR      B3.6     3/2/2010




Installation and Use of Argonne Radio    SC    EM-SR      B1.7    2/23/2010
Frequency Identification Device (RFID)
in K-Area Material Storage




Raman Telescope Demonstration            SC    EM-SR      B3.6     3/4/2010
Repair Domestic Water Line Near 221-           SC        EM-SR       B1.3       3/2/2010
33F in Roadway
Repair Water Leak in L-Area Valve 075          SC        EM-SR       B1.3       3/4/2010

Repave K-Area Parking Lot, C-SOW-K-            SC        EM-SR       B1.3       2/23/2010
00021



130 Lumens Per Watt 1000 Lumen                 CA        EE-NETL B3.6, B5.1     3/5/2010
Warm White Light-Emitting Diode for
Illumination
Advanced Epi Tools for Gallium Nitride         CA        EE-NETL     B3.6       3/5/2010
Light Emitting Diode Devices


Advancing Transportation Through            TX, CA, MI   EE-NETL A1, B3.11,     3/10/2010
Vehicle Electrification                                            B5.1




Advancing Transportation Through             NY, MI      EE-NETL B3.6, B5.1     3/10/2010
Vehicle Electrification
Advancing Transportation Through            TX, CA, MI   EE-NETL A1, B3.11,     3/10/2010
Vehicle Electrification                                            B5.1




Biofuels Retail Availability Improvement       WI        EE-NETL    A1, A9,     3/11/2010
Network (BRAIN)                                                    B3.6, B5.1


Clean Cities Refueling Infrastructure for      OK        EE-NETL    A1, A9      3/10/2010
Alternative Fuels



Development of Advanced                        OH        EE-NETL B3.6, B5.1     3/9/2010
Manufacturing Methods for Warm-
White Light-Emitting Diodes for
General Lighting
Ford Thermoelectric Heating                    MI        EE-NETL     B3.6       3/8/2010
Ventilation Air Conditioning Project
Ford Thermoelectric Heating                CA   EE-NETL     B3.6       3/8/2010
Ventilation Air Conditioning Project



Implementation of Process Simulation       NY   EE-NETL      A9        3/11/2010
Tools and Temperature Control
Methods for Metal Oxide Chemical
Vapor Deposition Growth

Implementation of Process Simulation       NJ   EE-NETL     B3.6       3/12/2010
Tools and Temperature Control
Methods for Metal Oxide Chemical
Vapor Deposition Growth

Kentucky Hybrid School Bus Project         KY   EE-NETL    A1, A7      3/11/2010



Liquefied Natural Gas Dispenser            CA   EE-NETL    A1, A9,     3/9/2010
Installation at Ontario, CA Airport                         B2.2,
                                                            B2.5,
                                                          B3.6, B5.1

New Jersey Compressed Natural Gas          NJ   EE-NETL     B5.1       3/9/2010
Refuse Trucks, Shuttle Buses and
Infrastructure

Red Birch Energy                           VA   EE-NETL    B1.15,      3/5/2010
                                                            B5.1


Roll-to-Roll Solution-Processable Small-   NY   EE-NETL     B3.6       3/11/2010
Molecule Organic Light-Emitting
Diodes


Roll-to-Roll Solution-Processable Small-   DE   EE-NETL     B3.6       3/11/2010
Molecule Organic Light-Emitting
Diodes


State Energy Program - Clean Energy        GA   EE-NETL   A9, A11,     3/9/2010
Property Rebate Program                                    B5.1




State Energy Program - Renewable           GA   EE-NETL   A9, A11,     3/9/2010
Energy Grants                                              B5.1
State Energy Program - State Facilities      GA        EE-NETL    A9, A11,    3/10/2010
Retrofit Program                                                 B1.3, B5.1



Advanced Sensors Development Lab             PA        FE-NETL     B3.6       3/10/2010


An Evaluation of the Carbon                  IN        FE-NETL      A9        3/11/2010
Sequestration Potential of the Cambro-
Ordovician Strata of the Illinois and
Michigan Basins
An Evaluation of the Carbon                   IL       FE-NETL     B3.1       3/11/2010
Sequestration Potential of the Cambro-
Ordovician Strata of the Illinois and
Michigan Basins
An Evaluation of the Carbon                   IL       FE-NETL     B3.1       3/11/2010
Sequestration Potential of the Cambro-
Ordovician Strata of the Illinois and
Michigan Basins
An Evaluation of the Carbon                  MI        FE-NETL      A9        3/11/2010
Sequestration Potential of the Cambro-
Ordovician Strata of the Illinois and
Michigan Basins
An Evaluation of the Carbon                  KY        FE-NETL     B3.1       3/11/2010
Sequestration Potential of the Cambro-
Ordovician Strata of the Illinois and
Michigan Basins

An Evaluation of the Carbon                  UT        FE-NETL      A9        3/11/2010
Sequestration Potential of the Cambro-
Ordovician Strata of the Illinois and
Michigan Basins
Awards from DE-FE0000250,                   Other      FE-NETL    A1, A9,     3/10/2010
Development of Innovative and                                      B3.6
Advanced Technologies for Geologic
Sequestration
Awards from DOE-FOA-0000215;                Other      FE-NETL     B3.6       3/12/2010
Engineering Design of Advanced
Hydrogen - Carbon Dioxide Membrane

Computational Capabilities to Develop     Nationwide   FE-NETL   A9, B3.6     3/10/2010
Materials for Advanced Fossil Energy
Power Systems

Construction and Operation of Phase          PA        FE-NETL     B3.6       3/10/2010
and Composition Analysis Facility
(PCAF)
High Temperature Laboratory (HTL)            NY        FE-NETL     B3.6       3/9/2010
Pre-Combustion Carbon Dioxide           AZ   FE-NETL    B3.6      3/11/2010
Capture by a New Dual-Phase Ceramic
Carbonate Membrane Reactor

Quantification of Well Bore Leakage     WY   FE-NETL    B3.1      3/5/2010
Risk Using Non-Destructive
Techniques

Distributed Dynamic State Estimators,   GA   OE-NETL B3.6, B5.1   3/10/2010
Generator Parameter Estimation and
Stability Monitoring Demonstration

Distributed Dynamic State Estimators,   NY   OE-NETL B3.6, B5.1   3/10/2010
Generator Parameter Estimation and
Stability Monitoring Demonstration

Distributed Dynamic State Estimators,   VI   OE-NETL B3.6, B5.1   3/10/2010
Generator Parameter Estimation and
Stability Monitoring Demonstration

Distributed Dynamic State Estimators,   VI   OE-NETL B3.6, B5.1   3/10/2010
Generator Parameter Estimation and
Stability Monitoring Demonstration

Distributed Dynamic State Estimators,   VI   OE-NETL B3.6, B5.1   3/10/2010
Generator Parameter Estimation and
Stability Monitoring Demonstration

Distributed Dynamic State Estimators,   VI   OE-NETL B3.6, B5.1   3/10/2010
Generator Parameter Estimation and
Stability Monitoring Demonstration

Distributed Dynamic State Estimators,   VI   OE-NETL B3.6, B5.1   3/10/2010
Generator Parameter Estimation and
Stability Monitoring Demonstration

Fiscal Year 2010 Kalispell District     MT     BPA      B1.3      3/16/2010
Wood Pole Replacement
Lancaster-Noxon No.1 Mile 46-50        ID   BPA   B1.3    3/16/2010
Access Road Improvement and Bridge
Replacement Project




Monroe-Custer No.1 and 2 500-kV        WA   BPA   B1.3    3/15/2010
Transmission Line Structure 16/2
Access Road Improvement and Bridge
Replacement Project




Santiam Substation Renovation          OR   BPA   B1.16   3/12/2010




Access Road Improvement Project for    WA   BPA   B1.13   3/12/2010
Structure 12/1 of the Snoking Tap to
Echo Lake-Monroe No.1 Transmission
Line
Rock Creek-John Day No.1 Spacers         WA   BPA       B1.3       3/9/2010




Hopkins Ridge Generation Plant - BPA     WA   BPA     B4.1, B4.6   3/9/2010
Enters into a Balancing Authority Area
Service Agreement with Puget Sound
Energy, Inc.

Replace Spacer Dampers Along the         WA   BPA       B1.3       3/3/2010
Wautoma-Rock Creek No. 1 500
Kilovolt Transmission Line




California Department of General         CA   EE-GO   A9, B5.1     3/21/2010
Services Data Center Energy Efficient
Cooling Control
Recovery Act: Blaine School District     ID   EE-GO   A9, A11,   3/23/2010
Geothermal Project                                     B3.1




Deep C Wind Consortium National          ME   EE-GO    B3.1      3/21/2010
Research Program




Michigan Energy Efficiency and           MI   EE-GO   A9, A11,   3/21/2010
Conservation Block Grant - Renewable                   B5.1
Projects (not included in Bounded
Categories)




An Integrated Experimental and           MN   EE-GO   A9, B3.6   3/21/2010
Numerical Study: Developing a
Reaction Transport Model That
Couples Chemical Reactions of Mineral
Dissolution/Precipitation With Spatial
and Temporal Flow Variations in
Carbon Dioxide/Brine/Rock Systems
Large Scale Ground Source Heat          MO   EE-GO   A9, B3.1    3/23/2010
Pumps as Alternative Energy for
American Farmers: Technical
Demonstration & Business Approach




Facility Heating, Ventilation and Air   MT   EE-GO      A9       3/23/2010
Conditioning System Conversion to
Ground Source Heal Pump




Recovery Act - Geothermal               MT   EE-GO   A9, A11,    3/23/2010
Technologies Program                                  B3.1




Development Of An Improved Cement       AK   EE-GO   A9, B3.6,   3/23/2010
For Geothermal Wells                                  B3.11
Recovery Act: Electric Power             ND   EE-GO   A9, B5.1,   3/23/2010
Generation from low to Intermediate                     B5.2
Temperature Geothermal Resources




High-Potential Working Fluids for Next   NY   EE-GO   A9, B3.6    3/21/2010
Generation Binary Cycle Geothermal
Power Plants




Geothermal Heal Pump System for          NY   EE-GO   A9, B3.1    3/23/2010
New Student Housing at University at
Albany
Recovery Act: 1010 Avenue of the Arts-   PA   EE-GO   A9, A11,   3/23/2010
New School & Performing Arts Theater                   B3.1




Tennessee Energy Efficient Schools       TN   EE-GO   A9, A11,   3/23/2010
Initiative Ground Source Heal Pump                     B3.1
Program
Geothermal Technologies Program    TN   EE-GO     A9      3/23/2010
Ground Source Heat Pump




Oak Ridge City Center Technology   TN   EE-GO   A9, A11   3/23/2010
Demonstration Project




Cushman North Fork Skokomish       WA   EE-GO     A9      3/21/2010
Powerhouse
Recovery Act - Lake Elizabeth Micro-      WI       EE-GO    A9, A11    3/23/2010
Utility




Wind Firming EnergyFarm™                  CA      OE-NETL A9, B3.6,    3/25/2010
                                                           B4.11


Wind Firming EnergyFarm™                  CA      OE-NETL A9, B3.6     3/25/2010
                                                           B4.11



Tehachapi Wind Energy Storage             CA      OE-NETL A9, B1.13,   3/24/2010
                                                            B3.6,
                                                            B4.4,
                                                          B4.6, B5.1


Grid-Scale Energy Storage                 PA      OE-NETL A9, B1.15,   3/23/2010
Demonstration for Ancillary Services                      B3.6, B4.6
Using the UltraBattery Technology

Phase 1, High Temperature Syngas          NC      FE-NETL   A9, A11    3/25/2010
Technology Scale-Up Project



Recovery Act: Carbon Dioxide Reuse        TX      FE-NETL   A9, A11,   3/24/2010
in Petrochemical Facilities                                  B3.6




Recovery Act: Carbon Dioxide Reuse        NC      FE-NETL   A9, A11,   3/24/2010
in Petrochemical Facilities                                  B3.6


E85 (Ethanol) Retail Fueling             FL, GA   EE-NETL    B5.1      3/24/2010
Infrastructure Installation

Utah All Inclusive Statewide Alternate    UT      EE-NETL    B5.1      3/24/2010
Fuels Transportation and Education
Outreach Project
Decatur Work Release 10 Kilowatt         AL   EE-NETL     B5.1       3/24/2010
Photovoltaic Array

Kilby Correctional Facility Boiler       AL   EE-NETL     B5.1       3/24/2010
Replacement


Energy Retrofit for State Correctional   AL   EE-NETL     B5.1       3/24/2010
Facilities - Ozone Laundry Systems

Pennsylvania - Energy Development        PA   EE-NETL    B1.15,      3/24/2010
Authority Sustainable Business                           B1.24,
Recovery - Chrin Brothers                               B5.1, B5.5

Nitride and Oxynitride-Based             NJ   EE-NETL     B3.6       3/23/2010
Phosphors for Solid-State Lighting


Restoration of Landfill Gas Energy       VT   EE-NETL    B1.15,      3/23/2010
Plant                                                     B5.1


UGI Energy Services, Crayola Facility    PA   EE-NETL    B1.15,      3/10/2010
                                                          B5.1


UGI Energy Services, Temple Facility     PA   EE-NETL    B1.15,      3/10/2010
                                                          B5.1



UGI Energy Services, Steelton Facility   PA   EE-NETL    B1.15,      3/9/2010
                                                          B5.1


Philadelphia Housing Authority Rooftop   PA   EE-NETL   A9, A11,     3/4/2010
Solar Systems                                            B5.1


Edinboro University of Pennsylvania      PA   EE-NETL     B5.1       3/3/2010
Rooftop Solar Array

Merck's Upper Gwynedd Campus             PA   EE-NETL    B1.15,      3/3/2010
Parking Garage Photovoltaic System                        B5.1
End Station Test Beam                    CA   SC-SLAC     B3.10      3/13/2010




Replacement of Big Hill Deep Anode       TX   SPR-PMO     B1.3       3/16/2010
Ground Bed Site for Cavern 114


Laurel Road Pole Relocation, Laurel      CA   WAPA /      B4.13      3/8/2010
Road and Rose Avenue (18/3) -                  Sierra
Addendum to Laurel Road Pole                  Nevada
Relocation Brown Road to Woodhill             Region
Drive (18/13-19/3)




Characterization of Fluidized Beds via   ID     ID        B3.6       3/11/2010
Pressure Fluctuation Analysis


Replace 200,000 Gallon Water Storage     ID     ID        B1.15      3/15/2010
Tank at Material Fuels Complex




Test Reactor Area-653 Heating,           ID     ID      B2.1, B2.5   3/15/2010
Ventilation, Air Conditioning
Modifications
Test Reactor Area-609 Compressed         ID    ID       B2.5      3/18/2010
Air System Drain Line Modification and
Valve Replacement




State of Guam                            GU   EE-GO   A9, A11     3/16/2010


INEOS New Planet BioEnergy - Indian      IL   EE-GO   A9, B3.1    3/12/2010
River County Facility




Silver Peak Innovative Exploration       NV   EE-GO   A9, B3.1,   3/15/2010
Project                                                 B5.1




Multiparameter Fiber Optic Sensing       NY   EE-GO   A9, B3.6    3/15/2010
System for Monitoring Enhanced
Geothermal Systems



Vegetation Test Plots; National Wind     CO   EE-GO   A9, B1.3    3/18/2010
Technology Center - SunEdison 1-
megawatt Photovoltaic Array; National
Renewable Energy Laboratory
Tracking Number 10-013




Recovery Act: Colorado Northwestern      CO   EE-GO   A9, B5.1    3/19/2010
Community College Craig Campus
Geothermal Program
Welford Landfill Methane and                SC   EE-GO      A9        3/17/2010
Greenhouse Gas to Energy Project




Energy Efficiency Retrofits: Heating        AL    EE     A9, B1.32,   12/29/2009
Ventilation Air Conditioning Upgrade,                    B2.5, B5.1
Building Controls, Lighting, Outreach
and Education, and Energy Efficiency
Remodeling




Energy Efficient Retrofits                  AZ    EE     B2.5, B5.1   12/4/2009


Street Light Retrofits, Energy Efficiency   AZ    EE      A9, A11,    12/9/2009
Upgrades, and Heating Ventilation Air                      B1.32,
Conditioning Upgrades                                    B2.5, B5.1




Purchase Hybrid Vehicles for Use in         AZ    EE       B5.1       12/2/2009
County Fleet
Energy Efficiency Retrofits, and Traffic    AR    EE     B2.5, B5.1   12/10/2009
Signal Lighting Upgrades



Biodiesel Tank Installation, Solar          CA    EE      A1, A9,     12/14/2009
Installations, and Home Upgrades                         A11, B3.6,
                                                           B5.1


Energy Efficiency Retrofits                 CA    EE     B2.5, B5.1   12/16/2009



Energy Efficiency and Conservation          CA    EE      A9, A11,    12/16/2009
Programs                                                 B2.5, B5.1
Energy Efficiency Lighting and            CA   EE   B2.5, B5.1   12/17/2009
Plumbing Retrofits for Several City
Facilities.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation,       CA   EE    A9, A11,    12/2/2009
Energy Audits, Heating Ventilation Air              B2.5, B5.1
Conditioning Upgrades, and Lighting
Retrofits




Energy Efficiency Retrofits               CA   EE   B2.5, B5.1   12/16/2009



Build and Operate 33-kilovolt (kV)/12kV   CA   EE    B4.11,      12/17/2009
Substation at the Southern California                 B5.1
Logistics Airport
Energy Efficiency and Conservation,       CO   EE    A1, A9,     12/16/2009
Update Traffic Lights, Grants, and                    A11,
Rebate Program                                       B1.32,
                                                      B5.1




Energy Efficiency (EE) and                CT   EE    A1, A8,     12/17/2009
Conservation, Loan Program, EE                      A11, B2.5,
Upgrades, and Update Traffic Lights                   B5.1




Establish a Sustainability Office and     FL   EE   A1, B2.5,    12/16/2009
Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning                  B5.1
Upgrades
Energy Efficiency Lighting Retrofits and   ID   EE    A1, A9,     11/30/2009
Lighting Control Upgrades, Historic                   B1.32,
Preservation Educational Materials,                    B2.5,
Bike Path                                            B3.6, B5.1




Develop an Energy Efficiency and           IL   EE    A9, A11     12/2/2009
Conservation Strategy

Energy Efficiency Retrofits                IN   EE   B2.5, B5.1   12/15/2009
(Replacement of Heating Ventilation Air
Conditioning System, Lighting, and
Windows)
Energy Audit, Revolving Loan Program,      IA   EE    A1, A9,     11/17/2009
Mortgage Buy-Down Program, Energy                      A11,
Efficiency Retrofits, and Fund Program                B1.32,
                                                       B5.1




Energy Efficiency Strategy and Building    IA   EE   A9, A11,     1/15/2010
Audits                                                B5.1




Create a Partnership and Energy            KY   EE    A1, A9,     11/30/2009
Efficiency Retrofits                                 B2.5, B5.1




Hire a Consultant                          LA   EE    A9, A11,    12/17/2009
                                                     B2.5, B5.1
Energy Efficiency Retrofits               ME   EE   B2.5, B5.1   12/17/2009




Develop Energy Efficiency and             ME   EE    A9, A11     12/14/2009
Conservation Strategy
Develop Energy Efficiency and             ME   EE    A9, A11     12/14/2009
Conservation Strategy
Develop Energy Efficiency and             MD   EE    A1, A9,     12/15/2009
Conservation Strategy, Energy Efficient             A11, B2.5,
Retrofits, and Building Codes                         B5.1




Energy Efficiency Upgrades, Local         MA   EE    A9, A11,    12/22/2009
Energy Office, and Energy Efficient                 B2.5, B5.1
Retrofits




Program Support, Hire a Coordinator,      MA   EE   A9, A11,     12/15/2009
and Lighting Upgrades                                B5.1




Conduct Greenhouse Emissions              MN   EE    A1, A9,      1/5/2010
Inventory, Energy Audits, Energy                      A11,
Efficiency Grants, Energy Efficiency                B2.5, B5.1
Upgrades, Light-Emitting Diode (LED)
Lighting, and Dehumidification
Energy Efficiency Retrofits                MO   EE   B2.5, B5.1   11/30/2009




Install Photovoltaic Roof and Insulation   MO   EE     B5.1       11/30/2009
System on Florissant Ice Rink

Energy Efficiency and Conservation         MT   EE    A1, A9,     12/21/2009
Strategy, Energy Efficiency Retrofits,                 A11,
and Develop a Sub-Grant Program                       B1.32,
                                                     B2.5, B5.1




Energy Efficiency Retrofits                NH   EE   B2.5, B5.1   12/10/2009




Energy Efficiency (EE) and                 NH   EE    A9, A11,    12/16/2009
Conservation Strategy, and EE                        B2.5, B5.1
Retrofits




Install Photovoltaic Roof System,          NH   EE    A9, A11,    12/17/2009
Energy Efficiency Retrofits, Building                  B2.5,
Audits, and Hire a Committee                         B3.6, B5.1




Energy Efficiency Retrofits/Upgrades       NH   EE   B2.5, B5.1   12/18/2009




Energy Efficiency (EE) and                 NJ   EE    A1, A9,     12/22/2009
Conservation Strategy, Technical                     A11, B2.5,
Consultant, Revolving Loan Program,                    B5.1
and EE Upgrades
Hire a Technical Consultant, Revolving    NJ   EE    A1, B1,     11/16/2009
Loan Program, Sub-grants for                         A9, A11,
Commercial Projects, and Energy                     B2.5, B5.1
Upgrades
Conduct Energy and Water Audits of        NM   EE   A9, B5.1     12/4/2009
County-Owned Buildings/Facilities

Hire Experts, Lighting Retrofits, and     NY   EE   A9, B5.1     12/21/2009
Install Solar Lights




Energy Optimization Program for           OK   EE   A9, B5.1     12/21/2009
Government Buildings and Energy
Efficiency Training

Energy Efficiency (EE) and                PR   EE   A8, A11,     12/16/2009
Conservation, EE Upgrades, and Solar                 B5.1
Photovoltaic System Installation


Weatherization, Heating Ventilation Air   TX   EE     B5.1       12/4/2009
Conditioning and Upgrade Traffic
Signals


Develop Energy Efficiency and             VT   EE   A9, A11,     12/16/2009
Conservation Strategy and Energy                     B5.1
Audits
Develop Greenhouse Gas Reduction          VA   EE    A9, A11,    12/17/2009
Plan, Energy Audits, and Energy                     B2.5, B5.1
Retrofits

Hire a Consultant, Energy Equipment       WA   EE    A9, A11,    12/10/2009
Upgrades, Building Retrofits,                       B2.5, B5.1
Participate in Programs, Traffic Signal
Retrofits
Energy Efficiency Retrofits and             WA     EE      A1, B1.32,   11/30/2009
Upgrades, and Purchase Electrical                          B2.5, B5.1
Vehicles




High Efficiency Lighting Upgrade,           WI     EE      A9, B5.1      1/4/2010
Install Solar Hot Water Heater, Install
Recycling Containers


Energy Efficiency Retrofits and             WY     EE        B5.1       12/2/2009
Upgrades



Training Programs, Energy Audit, and        WY     EE      A9, A11,     12/2/2009
Energy Efficient Lighting Upgrades                          B5.1




Training Programs, Lighting Upgrades,       WY     EE      A9, A11,     12/29/2009
Hire a Consultant, Energy Efficient                         B5.1
Boiler Installation




State Building Energy Code                  DC   EE-NETL    A9, A11     3/22/2010
Compliance Planning Assistance

Heavy-Duty Natural Gas Drainage             CA   EE-NETL    A7, A9,     3/22/2010
Truck Replacement Program in the                             A11
South Coast Air Basin



B39 CASE Facility Upgrades                  WV    NETL       B1.15      3/22/2010



B2,3,5,17,19 and 36 Utility Meter Install   WV    NETL      B1.15,      3/22/2010
                                                             B2.2
Clean Start Propane Refueling, Vehicle     CA      EE-NETL     A7       3/22/2010
Incentive and Outreach



Full-Scale Mercury Control                 ND      FE-NETL   A9, B3.6   3/22/2010
Demonstrations: Information Collection
Request Sampling with Mercury
Control Elements

Building 922 Soundproof Rooms 228,         PA       NETL     B1.29,     3/22/2010
239 & 240                                                     B2.1


United Parcel Service (UPS) Ontario-      CA, NV   EE-NETL     A7       3/22/2010
Las Vegas Liquid Natural Gas Corridor
Extension


Temecula Valley Unified School District    CA      EE-NETL    B5.1      3/19/2010
Compressed Natural Gas Fueling
Station (Station Tasks)


Temecula Valley Unified School District    CA      EE-NETL   A1, A9,    3/19/2010
Compressed Natural Gas Fueling                                A11
Station (Administrative Tasks)


Morgantown B39, Room B73: New              WV       NETL      B1.15     3/19/2010
Multi-Media Room Construction


B3 Hot and Chilled Water Pump              WV       NETL      B1.5      3/19/2010
Upgrades


Site Wide Upgrade to Metering              WV       NETL       A8       3/19/2010
Software

High Volume Manufacturing of Lithium      NY, IL   EE-NETL   A9, A11,   3/19/2010
Hexafluorophosphate (LiPF6) – A                               B1.15
Critical Lithium-Ion Battery Material

Low-Cost Integrated Substrate for          PA      EE-NETL    B3.6      3/19/2010
Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED)
Lighting (Harmar)

Low-Cost Integrated Substrate for          PA      EE-NETL   A2, A9     3/19/2010
Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED)
Lighting (Allison Park)
Low-Cost Integrated Substrate for            PA   EE-NETL    B3.6      3/19/2010
Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED)
Lighting (Monroeville)

Low-Cost Integrated Substrate for            NJ   EE-NETL    B3.6      3/19/2010
Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED)
Lighting (Ewing)

South Carolina Clean Green                   SC   EE-NETL    B5.1      3/18/2010
Investment Incentives - Solar Initiatives

State Facilities Retrofit Program:           GA   EE-NETL   A9, A11,   3/18/2010
Commissioning/Re-Commissioning                               B5.1
and Metering Projects

Grants for State-Sponsored Renewable         NJ   EE-NETL   A9, A11,   3/18/2010
Energy and Energy Efficiency Projects -                      B5.1
New Jersey Transit Solar


Demonstration of a Novel                     TN   OE-NETL    B3.6      3/18/2010
Synchrophasor-Based Situational
Awareness System: Wide Area System
Visualization (Knoxville)
Propane Truck Deployment                     TX   EE-NETL   A1, A7,    3/18/2010
                                                            A9, B5.1
North Central Texas Alternative Fuel         TX   EE-NETL    B5.1      3/18/2010
and Advanced Technology Investments
(Denton)


Demonstration of a Novel                     CA   OE-NETL     A9       3/18/2010
Synchrophasor-Based Situational
Awareness System: Wide Area System
Visualization (Palo Alto)
Demonstration of a Novel                     TN   OE-NETL     A9       3/18/2010
Synchrophasor-Based Situational
Awareness System: Wide Area System
Visualization (Chattanooga)
Grants for State-Sponsored Renewable         NJ   EE-NETL    B5.1      3/17/2010
Energy and Energy Efficiency Projects -
New Jersey Institute of Technology


Grants for State-Sponsored Renewable         NJ   EE-NETL   B1.15,     3/17/2010
Energy and Energy Efficiency Projects -                      B5.1
New Jersey Meadows Commission

Energy Retrofits for State Correctional      AL   EE-NETL   B1.15,     3/17/2010
Facilities - Bullock Correctional Facility                   B5.1
Grants for State-Sponsored Renewable      NJ   EE-NETL   A9, A11,     3/17/2010
Energy and Energy Efficiency Projects -                   B5.1
Richard Stockton College


Grants for State-Sponsored Renewable      NJ   EE-NETL     B5.1       3/17/2010
Energy and Energy Efficiency Projects -
Rutgers EcoComplex

North Central Texas Alternative Fuel      TX   EE-NETL     B5.1       3/17/2010
and Advanced Technology Investments
(Dallas - 2)

Midwest Region Alternative Fuels          MO   EE-NETL     B5.1       3/17/2010
Project - Biodiesel Station


Development and Utilization of Host       NY   EE-NETL     B3.6       3/17/2010
Materials for White Phosphorescent
Organic Light-Emitting Diodes

Design/Construction/Installation of       WV   EE-NETL    B1.15,      3/17/2010
Appliance Technology Evaluation                            B3.6
Center II Laboratories at the National
Energy Technology Laboratory
Morgantown Site
Fischer Tropsch Laboratory                PA   FE-NETL     B3.6       3/17/2010
Long Island Regional Energy               NY   EE-NETL    A1, A7,     3/17/2010
Collaborative (Conversion Only)                            B5.1


Long Island Regional Energy               NY   EE-NETL   A7, A11,     3/17/2010
Collaborative (New Vehicles Only)                         B5.1


Pennsylvania Rev 2- Pennsylvania          PA   EE-NETL     B1.5,      3/16/2010
Economic Development Association                          B1.24,
Sustainable Business Recovery-                           B2.5, B5.1
Marywood University

Boiler Plant Renovation for Biomass       VA   EE-NETL     B5.1       3/16/2010
Utilization

Boeing Smart Grid Solution (Huntington    CA   OE-NETL      A9        3/16/2010
Beach)
Boeing Smart Grid Solution (St. Louis)      MO        OE-NETL     A9       3/16/2010




Boeing Smart Grid Solution                  CA        OE-NETL     A9       3/16/2010
(Sunnyvale)




Notrees Wind Storage                        TX        OE-NETL   B1.7,      3/16/2010
                                                               B1.15,
                                                                B3.6,
                                                                B4.4,
                                                               B4.11,
                                                                B5.1
North Central Texas Alternative Fuel        TX        EE-NETL A1, A7,      3/16/2010
and Advanced Technology Investments                           A11, B5.1
(Dallas - 1)

Reaction Chemistry and Engineering          PA        FE-NETL    B3.6      3/16/2010
Support Laboratory B94-04


Reaction Chemistry and Engineering          PA        FE-NETL    B3.6      3/16/2010
Support Laboratory B94-03


Carbon Dioxide Utilization               Nationwide   FE-NETL   A1, A9,    3/16/2010
                                                                 B3.6




Reaction Chemistry and Engineering          PA        FE-NETL    B3.6      3/16/2010
Support Laboratory B94-02


State Energy Program - Commercial           GA        EE-NETL   A9, A11,   3/15/2010
Energy Efficiency Grants                                         B5.1




Pennsylvania Green Energy Works!            PA        EE-NETL   A9, A11,   3/15/2010
Solar- Scheuten Solar USA                                        B5.1
Agriculture-Renewable Resources            VA   EE-NETL   A9, A11    3/15/2010

Industrial Energy Technology Loan -        AR   EE-NETL   B1.15,     3/15/2010
Arkansas Reclamation Company, LLC                          B5,1


State Energy Program - Residential         GA   EE-NETL   A9, A11,   3/15/2010
Energy Efficiency Grants                                   B5.1




State Energy Program - Industrial          GA   EE-NETL   A8, A9     3/15/2010
Energy Efficiency Grants
Support for C6 Resources, LLC Phase        CA   FE-NETL     A9       3/15/2010
1 Project (North California Carbon
Dioxide Reduction Project - Marinez)

Support for C6 Resources, LLC Phase        CA   FE-NETL     A9       3/15/2010
1 Project (North California Carbon
Dioxide Reduction Project - Forestville)

Support for C6 Resources, LLC Phase        CA   FE-NETL     A9       3/15/2010
1 Project (North California Carbon
Dioxide Reduction Project - Los
Angeles, Solano County, Sacramento)

Space Geodesy and Geochemistry             FL   FE-NETL   A9, B3.1   3/15/2010
Applied to the Monitoring, Verification
of Carbon Capture and Storage - Miami

Space Geodesy and Geochemistry             UT   FE-NETL   A9, B3.1   3/15/2010
Applied to the Monitoring, Verification
of Carbon Capture and Storage - Price


Space Geodesy and Geochemistry             CA   FE-NETL   A9, B3.1   3/15/2010
Applied to the Monitoring, Verification
of Carbon Capture and Storage -
Kimberlina

Interest Creating Jobs Through Energy      WI   EE-NETL   A1, A9     3/15/2010
Efficiency Using Wisconsin's Focus on
Energy - Middleton


Interest Creating Jobs Through Energy      WI   EE-NETL   B1.24,     3/15/2010
Efficiency Using Wisconsin's Focus on                      B5.1
Energy - Rhinelander
Interest Creating Jobs Through Energy    WI      EE-NETL   B1.24,   3/15/2010
Efficiency Using Wisconsin's Focus on                       B5.1
Energy - Mosinee


Interest Creating Jobs Through Energy    WI      EE-NETL   B1.24,   3/15/2010
Efficiency Using Wisconsin's Focus on                       B5.1
Energy - Kaukauna


Interest Creating Jobs Through Energy    WI      EE-NETL   B1.24,   3/15/2010
Efficiency Using Wisconsin's Focus on                       B5.1
Energy - Multiple Sites


Interest Creating Jobs Through Energy    WI      EE-NETL   B1.24,   3/15/2010
Efficiency Using Wisconsin's Focus on                       B5.1
Energy - Wisconsin Rapids

Interest Creating Jobs Through Energy    WI      EE-NETL   B1.24,   3/15/2010
Efficiency Using Wisconsin's Focus on                       B5.1
Energy - Kohler


Interest Creating Jobs Through Energy    WI      EE-NETL   B1.24,   3/15/2010
Efficiency Using Wisconsin's Focus on                       B5.1
Energy - Rothschild


Interest Creating Jobs Through Energy    WI      EE-NETL   B1.24,   3/15/2010
Efficiency Using Wisconsin's Focus on                       B5.1
Energy - Courtland Township


Interest Creating Jobs Through Energy    WI      EE-NETL   B1.16,   3/15/2010
Efficiency Using Wisconsin's Focus on                       B5.1
Energy - Wauwatosa


Strategic Petroleum Reserve Coiled      TX, LA   SPR-PMO   B1.3     3/22/2010
Tubing Services, 2011-2015



Repair Domestic Water Line near          SC       EM-SR    B1.3     3/18/2010
entrance to 717-F
Repair Roof Leaks in L Reactor           SC       EM-SR    B1.3     3/18/2010
Building
Heavy Water Disposition Offsite, K-      SC   EM-SR   B1.30   3/16/2010
Area




Repair Domestic Water Leak North of      SC   EM-SR   B1.3    3/16/2010
719-18A
Repair Firewater Line in B-Area East     SC   EM-SR   B1.3    3/16/2010
Side (Road C-2) near Post Indicator
Valve 2118
Repair Water Leak at 607-59G at          SC   EM-SR   B1.3    3/16/2010
Central Sanitary Wastewater Plant
Synthetic Concentrators                  SC   EM-SR   B3.6    3/16/2010


On-Dock Rail Straddle Portal Prototype   SC   EM-SR   B3.6    3/10/2010
Project, Y580




Analytical Development Tritium Support   SC   EM-SR   B3.6    3/10/2010
Laboratory for Mass Spectroscopy,
Infrared Spectroscopy, and Raman



Timber Mountain Weather Station          NV   NSO     B3.1    3/18/2010

Nevada Test Site Zone 2 Maintenance      NV   NSO     B1.3    3/15/2010




Site Operations South                    NV   NSO     B1.3     3/5/2010




Nevada Test Site, Area 12 Camp           NV   NSO     B1.3    10/28/2009
Cafeteria Renovation
Wackenhut Services, Incorporated   NV   NSO   B1.2   10/28/2009
Training Facility
Project Description                                             Tribal or   ARRA?    Location
                                                                 Native      (Y/N)
                                                                Alaskan
                                                                (Yes/No)
Perform routine access road maintenance to the Rockdale            No        No      King County
Microwave site.
Bonneville Power Administration proposes to take over              No        No      Gray's River,
funding of Gray's River existing chum supplementation to                             Pacific County
aid in recovery of Chum Salmon.
As an interim plan of service, Bonneville Power                    No        No      Douglas County,
Administration proposes to allow PacifiCorp to use two                               Township 25
vacant rack spaces within BPA's existing Scott Mountain                              South, Range 3
Communications Building, and three antennas spaces on                                West, Section 28
BPA's existing Scott Mountain communication tower in
order for the Planning Advisory Committee to satisfy its
relicensing agreement for the North Umpqua Hydroelectric
Communications Project.
Bonneville Power Administration has a need to replace              No        No      Lane County,
wood pole structure 10/5 along the Lane-Wendson No. 1                                Township 18
Transmission line.                                                                   South, Range 6
                                                                                     West, Section 10
Bonneville Power Administration proposes to replace                No        No      Multiple counties
spacer dampers along the Wautoma-Ostrander No 1. 500-
kilovolt Transmission Lines.
Replace spacer-dampers along the lower Monumental-                 No        No      Umatilla County,
McNary No1 500-kilovolt Transmission Lines.                                          Walla Walla

Construct landings and access roads in support of wood             No        No      Stevens County,
pole replacement activities along the Spirit Tap to Colville-                        Township 38
Boundary #1 Transmission Line.                                                       North, Range 41
                                                                                     east, Section 29
Bonneville Power Administration has a need to                      No        No      Pierce County
construct/repair approximately 100 feet of right-of-way road
and replace an existing dilapidated bridge across Page
Creek, in order to provide access to Raver-Paul No. 1
structure 18/1.
Bonneville Power Administration proposes to remove trees           No        No      Linn County
that were de-stabilized or felled during a heavy December
2008 wind storm. The unstable and downed trees create a
safety and fire hazard and need to be removed.

Bonneville Power Administration proposes to install a new          No        No      Port Angeles
tap and associated disconnect structures on BPA's Port
Angeles-Sappho #1 115-kilovolt transmission line to
provide a point of interconnection to Clallam County Public
Utility District's proposed new Silverado Substation.

Transfer of Puget Sound Energy Inc's Mint Farm Energy              No        No      Vancouver,
Center, LLC from Bonneville Power Administration's                                   Spokane,
Balancing Authority Area into Puget Sound Energy, Inc's                              Longview
Balancing Authority Area.
The proposed project includes construction and operation          No    No    Polk County,
of Clearwire facilities on the Chemawa-Salem #1 and #2                        Township 7 South,
transmission line, at tower 10/5 in Polk County, Oregon.                      Range 3 West,
                                                                              Section 19
Klickitat County Public Utility District No.1 (Klickitat Public   No    No    Klickitat County
Utility District) requested to add an additional 29 megawatt
of generation to their existing 10.5 megawatt Roosevelt
Landfill Methane Gas Generation Project at a new site,
known as the H.W. Hill Landfill Gas Generation Site.

Puget Sound Energy (PSE) has requested a new 115-                 No    No    Thurston County,
kilovolt Point of Delivery from Bonneville Power                              Township 18
Administration's (BPA) Olympia Substation. In order to                        North, Range 2
accommodate this request, BPA will construct a new bay,                       West, Section 32
including a circuit breaker and disconnect switches, within
the Olympia Substation and terminate the last span of
PSE's 115-kilovolt line segment at a dead end structure
within the substation.
Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) proposes to enter           No    No    Portland and
into a power sales contract with Alcoa that would allow                       Ferndale
BPA to continue to provide service to Alcoa's Intalco
Works, an existing aluminum smelter in Ferndale,
Washington.
Bonneville Power Administration proposes to install meters        No    No    Vancouver
under the Ross-Lexington No. 1 transmission line, between
tower 1/5 and 1/6, to better understand and predict line
sag.
The Department of Energy New Brunswick Laboratory                 No    No    New Brunswick
requires the services of a Dismantling, Removal and                           Laboratory
Decommissioning contractor to dismantle and remove
radiological contaminated ventilation and other mechanical
equipment from the basement and fan loft areas of the
Building 350 Plutonium Facility.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The              Yes   Yes   Cayuga Nation
proposed action would involve the purchase and
installation of a roof-mounted, grid-tie solar energy system
at Gakwiyo Garden, the Cayuga Nation's vegetable farm,
located on the Cayuga Reservation in Seneca Falls, NY.
Primary components of the proposed system include: 72
SunPower SPR-210 Black frame modules and 3 SunPower
5000M Inverters and SunPower SPR SM Racking.
The Chitimacha Tribe has a long-term goal of retrofitting its     Yes   Yes   Chitimacha Tribe
existing facilities with energy efficient Heating, Ventilating,               of LA
and Air Conditioning systems. This will require the
replacement of old energy inefficient Heating, Ventilating,
and Air Conditioning equipment with modern Seasonal
Energy Efficiency Rating (SEER) 14 equipment. The
deliverable for this activity would be the replacement of 5
Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning systems on
Tribal Government Support Buildings. Located on the
Reservation, the buildings are public government buildings
housing Chitimacha Employee Comprehensive Health Plan
Insurance, Human Resources, Culture Department., Tribal
Museum, Scholarship and Enrollment Department and
Human Services.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The              Yes   Yes   Coquille Tribe
proposed action would involve the purchase and
installation of Evacuated Tube thermal collectors on the
Community Center to provide solar heated hot water for
the Head Start and Kitchen facilities.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The              Yes   Yes   Coquille Tribe
proposed action would involve the purchase and
installation of a 5 Kilowatt metered solar electric system for
the Tribal Community Center.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The              Yes   Yes   Coquille Tribe
proposed action would involve the replacement of parking
lot light fixtures and light bulbs with highly efficient
fluorescent lights and fixtures providing energy savings of
up to 60 percent as well as an extended life of the lights for
Community Center Parking and Tribal Health Clinic
building.
The tribe proposes to utilize Energy Efficiency and               Yes   Yes   Cortina Rancheria
Conservation Block Grants funds in order to replace three                     of Wintun Indians
residential standard 30 & 40 gallon propane fired water
heaters with propane-fired on-demand water heaters
(tankless). These new water heaters would reduce the
propane usage by approximately 40%.
The tribe proposes to utilize Energy Efficiency and               Yes   Yes   Cortina Rancheria
Conservation Block Grants funds in order to purchase,                         of Wintun Indians
assemble, install and connect a wind turbine to the existing
tribal water system treatment building. The existing
building is supplied by power from PG&E and the wind
turbine will reduce the power usage and cost for the tribe.

The tribe proposes to design an energy efficiency and             Yes   Yes   Ivanoff Bay Village
conservation strategy within 120 days. The planning
process will involve 1-3 special meetings of the five
member Ivanoff Bay Tribal Council; council members are
community members who were elected to a council
position by the tribal membership. Energy Efficiency and
Conservation Block Grants funds will be used to cover the
cost of these meetings.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The               Yes   Yes   Kashia Band of
tribe proposes to install Light-Emitting Diode lighting as                     Pomo Indians of
part of an already planned solar panel powered pathway                         the Stewarts Point
lighting project.                                                              Rancheria
The Tribe proposes to utilize its Energy Efficiency and            Yes   Yes   Little River Band
Conservation Block Grants allocation to support the costs                      of Ottawa Indians
of providing architectural and engineering design services
necessary to ensure a proposed 45,000 sq ft municipal
headquarters building known as the "Government Center"
will be a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design
certified facility.
The Organized Village of Kasaan proposes to use Energy             Yes   Yes   Organized Village
Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants (EECBG) funds                         of Kasaan
to pay for the incremental cost of "Energy Star" building
materials, appliances and fixtures for its soon to be built
Tribal Office. The EECBG grant funds would pay for the
difference in cost for upgrading from less energy efficient
materials and appliances in the current construction
contract to energy efficient materials and appliances.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The               Yes   Yes   Orutsararmuit
proposed action would involve conducting energy usage                          Native Village
and outreach efforts on energy conservation to tribal
members in an effort to reduce fuel emissions as well as
the cost of using energy. The tribe proposes to work with
the community to reduce total energy usage and improve
energy efficiency in the building sector, specifically
residential homes.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The               Yes   Yes   Pueblo de Cochiti
proposed activity includes implementing energy efficiency
retrofits on up to five (5) tribal residences. Energy efficiency
retrofits may include (a) installation of Energy Star rated
appliances (e.g., refrigerators, stoves and hoods, and
furnaces), (b) incorporation of other Energy Star rated
products (e.g. windows, doors, and lighting fixtures), and
(c) installation of compact fluorescent lamp bulbs, low flow
toilets and fixtures, and tankless water heaters.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The               Yes   Yes   Pueblo of
proposed activity will involve energy efficiency upgrades to                   Tesuque
the Tribal Head Start building. Proposed retrofits include
window upgrades to double-pane, insulated, tempered
glass to conserve electricity for heating and cooling;
upgrading the water heater to an on-demand style;
upgrading the dishwasher to an Energy Star model;
lowering a 12 foot ceiling to 9 feet to conserve energy for
heating; replacing toilets and faucets with water-saving
models; replacing fluorescent lighting with more energy
efficient fixtures and bulbs; and upgrading to
programmable thermostats.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants.                  Yes   Yes   Saint Regis
Construction of the "Center for Excellence for Diabetes                       Mohawk Tribe
Care and Prevention" (Diabetes Center). Funds will
specifically be used to cover costs of incorporating green
technologies and energy efficiency
components/features/processes into separately funded
new facility.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The              Yes   Yes   Saint Regis
proposed activity includes implementing energy efficiency                     Mohawk Tribe
improvements in existing Tribal buildings.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. Energy           No    Yes   Washington
retrofits for four buildings: replace Heating, Ventilating, and
Air Conditioning, water heaters, upgrade lighting and
motion sensors for turning lights on and off.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. 1)               No    Yes   Provo
Marketing/outreach as part of energy efficiency and
conservation strategy, 2) Perform energy audits and
upgrades/retrofits of city facilities, 3) financial incentive
programs for appliance rebates and residential
weatherization, 4) New paved bike path along existing
road, 5) Traffic signal and street light replacement.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. 1)               No    Yes   Decatur
Develop energy efficiency and conservation strategy. 2)
Perform energy efficiency retrofit on Civic Center: Heating,
Ventilating, and Air Conditioning, lighting and window
upgrades. 3) Provide additional funding and support to the
existing Residential Energy Conservation Program.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. 1) Install       No    Yes   Gloucester
Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning controls that are
more energy efficient; 2) Hire consultant to develop plan to
maximize renewable energy from township buildings; 3)
Retrofit existing traffic signals with Light-Emitting Diodes;
4) Install solar panels on municipal buildings.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. Retrofit,        No    Yes   Montgomery
replace window in county courthouse                                           County
The proposed energy efficiency retrofits include three            Yes   Yes   Salt River Pima-
individual activities to be funded under the Energy                           Maricopa Indian
Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants program: 1)                          Community of the
Installation of motion sensors at the Two Waters Complex                      Salt River
on the lighting systems in mechanical rooms, electrical                       Reservation
rooms, conference rooms and storage rooms. 2) Adding 2
Variable Speed Drives (VSDs) (and controls) to the main
pumps and adding 45 solenoid valves on the feed pumps
at the central activity plant. 3) Replace old appliances for
energy efficient appliances in tribal-owned rental units. All
white goods will be appropriately recycled with assistance
from Environmental Protection & Natural Resources.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The              Yes   Yes   Salt River Pima-
proposed financial incentive program includes providing                       Maricopa Indian
financial assistance to up to 10 tribal residents in replacing                Community of the
old appliances with energy efficient appliances in                            Salt River
residential units. All white goods will be appropriately                      Reservation
recycled with assistance from Environmental Protection &
Natural Resources.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. Tribe            Yes   Yes   Sac and Fox
proposes to develop an Energy Efficiency and                                  Nation of Missouri
Conservation Program for the entire tribal community that
will educate tribal members and community.
The proposed energy efficiency retrofits include two              Yes   Yes   Spokane Tribe of
individual activities to be funded under Energy Efficiency                    the Spokane
and Conservation Block Grants: Activity #1 includes                           Reservation
installation of Thermastar Low-E windows on the proposed
Spokane Tribe Child Development Center. Activity #2
includes installation of ambient light sensors in the
proposed Spokane Tribe Child Development Center.

The activity includes installation of a solar energy              Yes   Yes   Spokane Tribe of
generation system at the proposed Spokane Tribe Child                         the Spokane
Development Center. The Child Development Center has                          Reservation
already been designed with the "Add Alternate"
construction bid option to include the solar energy
generation system for lighting, but the Tribe did not have
the funds to include this option. The Energy Efficiency and
Conservation Block Grants funds will now allow this "Add
Alternate" option to be incorporated into the Center.

The proposed energy efficiency retrofits include three            Yes   Yes   Cheyenne River
individual activities to be funded with Energy Efficiency and                 Sioux Tribe of the
Conservation Block Grants funds.                                              Cheyenne River
                                                                              Reservation
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. 1)               No    Yes   Owensboro
Administration costs related to energy efficiency and
conservation strategy implementation; 2) Replacement of
windows in City Public Works Admin Building; 3) Install bus
shelters to encourage and increase ridership on public
transit system; 4) retrofit and install variable refrigerant
volume (VRV) heating and cooling system in City Public
Works Admin Bldg.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. 1)               No    Yes   Tempe
Financial and technical services for administration of grant;
2) conduct grease-recycling and biofuel conversion study;
3) consultant services to develop a city energy plan; 4)
develop revolving energy fund--financial incentive
programs for city departments, residents and businesses;
5) building retrofits for several municipal buildings (lighting
and Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning); 6) conduct
building energy audits; 7) conduct building code
inspections; 8) street light retrofits; 9) build solar
demonstration pilot project to educate public and build
capacity for a solar program.
The Tribes propose to utilize a portion of Energy Efficiency   Yes   Yes   Confederated
and Conservation Block Grants funds to complete the                        Tribes of the
Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation's                   Umatilla
(CTUIR) partially developed energy policy. The purpose of                  Reservation
the policy will be to guide the use of energy and the
development of energy security and independence.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The           Yes   Yes   Umatilla
Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Reservation (CTUIR)                    Reservation
proposes to improve, modify and refurbish an existing tribal
industrial park building to house the necessary and
additional equipment and supplies to allow the expansion
of an existing biodiesel production effort for increased and
year round activity.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The           Yes   Yes   Little Traverse Bay
proposed action would involve hiring a consultant to                       Band of Odawa
conduct a wind feasibility study to insure the selected
locations will be effective at producing wind energy;
installing two wind turbines to be attached to tribal
buildings; one at Bell's Fishery site in Mackinaw City and
one at the Health Park in Petosky; and conducting and
evaluation on the effects of the turbines. The power
generated from the turbine will operate the aerators at
Bell's Fishery and offset power used by the Little Traverse
Bay Band Health Clinic building.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. This          Yes   Yes   Little Traverse Bay
activity would involve production of biodiesel to replace                  Band of Odawa
fossil fuel use in 6 Tribal diesel vehicles.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants.               No    Yes   Mission
Replacement of existing traffic signals and street lighting
with Light-Emitting Diodes.
The tribe proposes to utilize Energy Efficiency and            Yes   Yes   Native Village of
Conservation Block Grants funds for the purchase and                       Chignik Lagoon
installation of an automation module and upgrade the tribal
Council's power plant control system for the three diesel
powered electrical generators. Additionally, power plant
staff will be trained in the operation of the new system.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. 1)            No    Yes   New Brunswick
Conduct building energy audits of City-owned properties
and conduct greenhouse gas emissions study; 2) Solar
Consortium Study; 3) Develop energy efficiency and
conservation strategy.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants.               No    Yes   New Rochelle
1)Conduct preliminary audit of residential and commercial
buildings; 2) Technical consultant to conduct analysis for
energy efficiency building retrofits and implement energy
efficiency retrofits and various city buildings; 3) Conduct
green jobs training program.
Based on the results of the tribal energy audit (conducted         Yes   Yes   San Pasqual Band
under a separate Energy Efficiency and Conservation                            of Diegueno
Block Grants-funded activity), the Tribe will produce an                       Mission Indians
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Strategy (EECS). The
EECS will include recommendations for energy efficiency
upgrades and any other methods that the tribe might need
to use as it begins to move towards its ultimate goal of
being able to zero-out its energy needs.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The               Yes   Yes   San Pasqual Band
Tribe will hire an Energy Engineer to audit all of the tribal                  of Diegueno
buildings, facilities and homes. This audit will include site                  Mission Indians
visits and the review of at least one year's worth of energy
bills. The information collected from the audits will be used
in part to develop the Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Strategy (under a separate activity).

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The               Yes   Yes   San Pasqual Band
Tribe will hire a Project Consultant to conduct the following                  of Diegueno
tasks: 1) Solicit bids from qualified engineers to perform                     Mission Indians
energy audits with Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Strategies; 2) Facilitate access for the auditor to the tribe's
building and energy-related records; 3) Facilitate
coordination between the auditor and the tribal council and
the DOE; 4) Prepare all necessary reports.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. 1)                No    Yes   Yuma
Conduct energy assessment/inventory audits on county
government buildings; 2) Heating, Ventilating, and Air
Conditioning replacements on several county buildings.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The               No    Yes   Auburn
purchase of the EnerGov software platform for planning,
permitting and code enforcement. The efficiencies gained
by the use of this new innovative technology will represent
another "green" initiative with direct energy savings through
the avoidance of duplicated trips by staff to project sites
and many more trips avoided by members of the public
undertaking those projects.
City of Greenville plans to use a portion of the Energy            No    Yes   Greenville
Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants funds to fund
retrofits for select city facilities and infrastructure needs as
well as replacement or upgrade of heating and air systems
and a high efficiency boiler.
City of Greenville plans to use a portion of the Energy            No    Yes   Greenville
Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants funds to fund
retrofits for select city facilities and infrastructure needs as
well as replacement or upgrade of municipal buildings:
insulation, electric meters, energy management systems
(occupancy sensors, computer shut-down software).
City of Greenville plans to use a portion of the Energy            No    Yes   Greenville
Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants funds to fund
retrofits for select city facilities and infrastructure needs as
well as replacement of street lighting, traffic signalization.

City of Greenville plans to use a portion of the Energy            No    Yes   Greenville
Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants funds to fund
retrofits for select city facilities and infrastructure needs as
well as replacement or upgrade of water consuming
devices in city buildings as well as wastewater treatment
plant operational efficiencies.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The               No    Yes   Huber Heights
current heating/cooling system uses water as the medium
which is circulated through a cooling tower. The tower is
frequently in need of repair and is currently being nursed to
sustain operation, as many parts and the tower itself is no
longer produced. A replacement tower would provide a
more stable cooling system as well as offer substantial
energy savings and increase the energy efficiency of the
system. It is estimated the new system would significantly
reduce environmental impact by replacing the two-story
tower with a low-profile cross flow fluid cooler. In addition
the new system should provide approximately $7,900 in
energy cost savings per year and would qualify for an
energy rebate from the utility service provider.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. Activity          Yes   Yes   Lower Sioux
includes replacing inefficient boilers in the Government                       Indian Community
Recreation Center with 95% efficient triangle tube boilers.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. Activity          Yes   Yes   Lower Sioux
includes purchase and installation of a recycling container                    Indian Community
with compartments for paper, plastic, glass, aluminum and
steel. Container will be located in the Lower Sioux Indian
Community Center parking lot.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. Activity          Yes   Yes   Lower Sioux
includes conducting electricity energy audits of                               Indian Community
approximately 40 residential and 5 commercial buildings.
The audit will consist of checking heating/cooling and
electrical systems for energy efficiency. The Lower Sioux
Community Center is among those being audited.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. This              No    Yes   Marlborough
project consists of upgrading the oil/gas fired heating
system at Department of Public Works to an all natural gas
fueled system with energy efficient units. The facility
consists of approximately 9,000 square feet. Approximately
24% of the area is office space and the remainder for
housing vehicles.
Initially, the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block              No    Yes   Meridian Twp
Grant funds will be used to retrofit Township-owned
buildings and facilities. As energy savings and utility
rebates replenish the fund, additional improvements will be
made. Ten buildings have been assessed and over two
dozen improvements have been identified with reasonable
payback periods.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. Retrofit            No    Yes   Southaven
windows: Grant funds will be used to retrofit the Southaven
City Hall/Municipal Complex. This task will save the city
thousands of dollars in energy costs over the expected life
of the building.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant funds will            No    Yes   Southaven
be used to retrofit the City of Southaven Municipal Police
Station with energy efficient heating and cooling units. This
task will save the city thousands of dollars in energy costs
over the expected life of the building.
The Tanana Chiefs Conference proposes to work with the               Yes   Yes   Tanana Chiefs
Holy Cross and McGrath tribes to identify, plan and design                       Conference
high-efficiency heating technologies for use at their
planned Multi-purpose Community Centers to be
constructed in 2010. Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Block Grants funds will not be used to purchase or install
equipment at the planned new facilities. Proposed plans
and designs would explore and evaluate alternative heating
systems, including solar and biomass heating systems.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The                 Yes   Yes   Tanana Chiefs
Tanana Chiefs Conference proposes to work with the                               Conference
Chalkyitisik Village Council to replace an old inefficient
diesel generator at their power plant with a new energy
efficient diesel generator.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The                 Yes   Yes   Tanana Chiefs
Tanana Chiefs Conference proposes to work with several                           Conference
tribes to hire a consultant for a portion of the Energy
Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants funds to perform
energy audits of select Tribal buildings.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The                 Yes   Yes   Tanana Chiefs
Tanana Chiefs Conference proposes to work with the                               Conference
Allakaket Tribal Council to conduct lighting retrofits for
existing street lights in the Allakaket Village. High
efficiency lighting will be installed on approximately 33
existing street lights.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants.                     No    Yes   Alexandria
1)Training program for auditors and performance of energy
audits.2) Development of revolving loan program for
installation of energy efficiency measures. 3) Purchase of
hybrid vehicles for fleet use. 4) Establish and fund a green
building program with building codes promoting energy
efficiency. 5) Retrofit of existing traffic and street lights with
Light-Emitting Diodes. 6) Feasibility study for solar, wind
and geothermal projects for city buildings (excludes
implementation). 7) Green-roof retrofits to City Hall
(excludes any other energy retrofit projects not reviewed).
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. 1)              No   Yes   Chico
Develop energy efficiency and conservation strategy. 2)
Hire consultant to conduct energy audits. 3) Street light
retrofits from high-pressure sodium to Light-Emitting
Diodes. 4) Weatherization, water conservation and
energy/clean air/recycling education program.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. Install         No   Yes   El Monte
"cool" roofs on City Hall, upgrade Heating, Ventilating, and
Air Conditioning systems, and install direct digital controls.


Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. 1)              No   Yes   Elizabeth
Technical consultant. 2) Revolving loan program. 3) Sub
grants for commercial projects. 4) Energy upgrades of city
facilities.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. 1)              No   Yes   Des Moines
Reimbursement for the cost of preparing the energy
efficiency and conservation strategy; 2) Perform energy
audits to benchmark the energy performance of municipal
buildings and fund public education/outreach campaign; 3)
Revolving loan program for energy efficiency retrofits and
incremental costs for purchasing hybrid vehicles; 4)
Establish a mortgage buy-down program for residential
buildings; 5) Energy efficiency window retrofits at City Hall
and the Police Station 6) Fund program to increase cycling
and walking opportunities in the city.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. Lighting        No   Yes   Iredell County
retrofits to county government buildings (geothermal
project excluded)
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. Replace         No   Yes   Harrison-County
existing Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning systems
at various county locations.
The city of Kannapolis plans to utilize Energy Efficiency        No   Yes   Kannapolis
and Conservation Block Grants funds and local funds
towards the replacement of an energy efficient pump at our
Water Treatment Plant.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The City        No   Yes   Calumet City
of Calumet City proposes to utilize the funding for the
purpose of developing, implementing, and installing an
energy efficient Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning
system within its municipally-owned police department, and
enhance the energy savings technology of the municipal
owned buildings as well in the future.
The goal of the Town of Collierville is to implement a            No    Yes   Collierville
energy conservation program by completing the following
activities: 1) Enter into an agreement with a consultant in
the energy services industry. 2) Consultant will perform
audits and make recommendations for an energy
conservation program. It is the intention of the Town of
Collierville to request Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Block Grants funding for the initial phase of this project in
order to enter into an agreement with a consultant firm for
purposes of developing a long term energy conservation
action plan.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant funds will         No    Yes   Methuen
be provided to the City's Committee on Energy Efficiency
and Green Government to take the lead in developing a
community education program, culminating in a Green Day
in the Fall of 2009 where Methuen residents can learn
about resources that are available to them to help them be
better energy managers for their own households.

Methuen will use Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block         No    Yes   Methuen
Grant funds to continue to access the services of the
Merrimack Valley Planning Commission (MVPC) Regional
Energy Coordinator as well as to procure additional
technical services as necessary to support the
development of projects and analysis of results from retrofit
activities.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The City         No    Yes   Milford
of Milford Electric Department will be replacing (60) sixty
existing High Pressure Sodium 175 Watt Metal Halide
lights to energy efficient 100 Watt Light-Emitting Diode
lights in the downtown Milford area. This lighting change
will save the City of Milford approximately $2,381.00 per
year, plus an estimated reduction of 47,748 lbs. of carbon
dioxide equivalents. This is just a beginning initiative to
improve the environmental quality for the citizens of
Milford.
A recent solar electric analysis performed in early June has      Yes   Yes   Swinomish Indian
suggested that the Tribe could reduce its energy reliance                     Tribal Community
by as much as 14.1% by installing an 18.5 kilowatt
photovoltaic system. The project visualized in this Energy
Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants Activity would
test the validity of that number by installing a partial system
of 4.03 kilowatt solar power array.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants.                  No    Yes   Cheektowaga,
Installation of photovoltaic solar panels on five buildings                   Town of
(four on rooftops and one 49.82 kilowatt ground unit).
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The            Yes   Yes
tribe proposes to utilize technical consulting services to
conduct energy efficiency audits on 13 tribal buildings
(tribal headquarters, public safety complex (police, fire,
courts), health center school, recreation center, library,
environmental/legal, planning/economic
development/engineering, day care center, elder center).
Tribal staff will accompany a technical consultant to learn
the procedures associated with audits.

The Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation proposes to carry out          Yes   Yes
the recommendations of the energy efficiency audits
performed under a separate Energy Efficiency and
Conservation Block Grants activity, with the focus limited to
energy efficiency lighting improvements at 13 tribal
buildings (tribal headquarters, public safety complex
(police, fire, courts), health center, school, recreation
center, library, environmental/legal, planning/economic
development/engineering, day care center, elder center).

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The            Yes   Yes
proposed action would involve preparing an Energy
Efficiency and Conservation Strategy with a detailed
blueprint for the tribe's strategy/policy on how and where
energy efficiency/conservation can be initiated.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The            Yes   Yes
proposed action would involve assessing individual tribal
businesses and entities for possible updates and retrofits
for lighting, weatherization, Heating, Ventilating, and Air
Conditioning and appliance/equipment to increase
efficiency/conservation and reduce carbon emissions.
These assessments would provide the program with a list
of projects within each individual building that would meet
the tribe's goals of greenhouse gas emissions reductions.


The Tribe proposes to implement upgrades and retrofits for      Yes   Yes
energy conservation and emissions reductions, based on
the findings from its separately proposed Energy Efficiency
and Conservation Block Grant-funded audit activity.
Retrofits and upgrades would be limited to new
business/office equipment, lighting fixtures, appliances and
Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning equipment.
Facilities that would be considered for retrofits include:
Headstart, Food Distribution Housing Authority,
Elder/Community Buildings, Domestic Abuse Shelter, Fire
Halls, Development, School, Tribal Government and Radio
Station.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. 1)                   No    Yes   Mount Vernon
Policies to encourage pedestrian traffic in west community
commercial corridor; 2)Staffing of Green Incubator
Initiative; 3) Acquire and use Pin Point technology; 4)
Develop Bronx Environmental Stewardship (BEST)
program of local experts in energy auditing and green
retrofitting; 5) Traffic signal synchronization; 6) co-share
hybrid electric vehicles and charging infrastructure; 7)
Purchase and install 4 electric engines; 8) Engage
academic institution to evaluate Leadership in Energy and
Environmental Design for city's building code; 9)Develop
design standards to facilitate pedestrian and bicycle traffic;
10) Create a Pilot Recreation Program; 11) Install solar
panels on roof of Doles Center to supply hot water and
electricity.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The                  No    Yes   Churchill-County
project consists of replacement of numerous Heating,
Ventilating, and Air Conditioning units with more energy
efficient units.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The                  Yes   Yes
proposed action would involve the replacement of
conventional lighting in eligible tribal facilities and parking
lots with energy efficient lighting. The objectives of this
lighting program include: 1) Assessing each facility for
lighting upgrade needs and developing a timetable for
replacing light fixtures: 2) Replacing lighting fixtures or
bulbs at eligible tribal facilities; 3) Tracking electricity use at
each facility compared to baseline 2007 using the Quarterly
Reports; 4) Leveraging American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act and tribal funds with other sources such
as Focus on Energy; 5) Utilizing the Compact Fluorescent
Lights (CFLs) recycling program; 6) Converting lighting at
eligible parking facilities.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The                  Yes   Yes
proposed action would involve establishing an energy
efficiency program for tribal members. Under this activity,
the tribe would develop a plan for implementing energy
efficiency strategies in residences. The program would also
include and energy-efficiency fair to promote energy
efficiencies to residents, to be held at the Tribe's Executive
Building. Lastly, the program would include a project to
provide compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) to tribal
members at no or reduced cost, as well as to establish a
recycling program for CFLs.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The                Yes   Yes
proposed action would involve the provision of high-
efficiency lighting on the main thoroughfare in Stone Lake,
which connects a number of tribal facilities and is referred
to as "Everybody's Road." Funds would be used to cover
the additional incremental cost of installing energy-efficient
lighting instead of the conventional 180-watt metal halide
fixtures in the original plan for lighting the road, Two
energy-efficient lighting options would be assessed: 1)
Light-emitting diode 55-watt or 80-watt energy efficiency
lighting or 2) Stand alone solar fixtures.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. Interior           No    Yes   Plainfield
and exterior halide to light-emitting diode conversion.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The                Yes   Yes   Quechan Tribe of
proposed activity involved the placement of 11 Heating,                         the Fort Yuma
Ventilating, and Air Conditioning rooftop units on the                          Indian Reservation
Quechan Tribe's Community Center.                                               of California
                                                                                /Arizona

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The                Yes   Yes   Pedro Bay Native
proposed action would involve retaining an engineering                          Village
consultant to complete a micro-hydro feasibility study for
selected hydropower resources.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The                Yes   Yes   Yomba Shoshone
proposed action would involve the development of an                             Tribe of the
energy efficiency and conservation strategy to create a                         Yomba
community energy, sustainability, climate and clean energy                      Reservation
economic plan.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The                Yes   Yes   Yomba Shoshone
proposed action would involve the completion of energy                          Tribe of the
retrofits to tribal homes. Specifically, the tribe would equip                  Yomba
each resident with energy efficient materials to reduce                         Reservation
energy consumption by 30 percent or higher.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The City           No    Yes   Beavercreek
of Beavercreek will be hiring an energy consultant to
prepare an Energy Conservation Strategy which will
consider building retrofits, solar energy applications,
energy efficient street lighting, partnerships with local utility
companies as well as public outreach and education.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The City           No    Yes   Beavercreek
of Beavercreek will be awarding a construction contract for
replacement of approximately nine (9) Heating, Ventilating,
and Air Conditioning units in two (2) municipal facilities
within the City of Beavercreek, City Hall and the Police
Building will be receiving Energy Efficient Retrofits to its
heating and cooling systems.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The City         No    Yes   Beavercreek
of Beavercreek will be hiring a consulting firm to prepare
technical specifications for replacement of approximately
nine (9) Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning units in
two (2) municipal facilities within the City of Beavercreek,
City Hall and the Police Building will be receiving Energy
Efficient Retrofits to its heating and cooling systems.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The City         No    Yes   Bell
of Bell plans to use the allocation of funding to replace
existing public lighting using sodium vapor lamp technology
with light-emitting diode technology.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. Koniag,          Yes   Yes   Koniag, Inc.
Inc. proposes to create a Power Storage Facility on Camp
Island in Karluk Lake which will house a 6 kilowatt inverter
system with a battery bank capable of storing and
distributing 28,000 watts of electricity created from
renewable solar systems. Current camp structures (tribally-
owned buildings) will be equipped with latest technology
solar panels to supply the storage facility. The system
would be designed so that future needs can be met by
simply adding additional components to the existing
system.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The              Yes   Yes   Mashantucket
Tribe would purchase one thermal imaging camera to                            Pequot Tribe
serve as a non-invasive monitoring and diagnosing tool
that would detect areas of dwelling that emit high levels of
heat due to leaks in the wall/windows or poor amounts of
insulation.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The              Yes   Yes   Mashantucket
Tribe proposes to develop an Energy Efficiency and                            Pequot Tribe
Conservation Strategy that will be referred to as the "Green
Living Initiative Plan." The legal firm Shipman and
Goodman LLP will be retained to advise the Tribe on
programmatic options under evolving State and Federal
Legislation to enable implementation of the "Green Living
Initiative."
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The              Yes   Yes   Mashantucket
Tribe will hire a Project Consultant to conduct the following                 Pequot Tribe
tasks: 1) Solicit bids from qualified engineers to perform
energy audits with Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Strategies; 2) Facilitate access for the auditor to the tribe's
building and energy-related records; 3) Facilitate
coordination between the auditor and the tribal council and
the DOE; 4) Prepare all necessary reports.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. Round           Yes   Yes   Round Valley
Valley Indian Tribe would conduct pre-solar panel                            Indian Tribes of
installation weatherization efforts that would consist of                    the Round Valley
replacing windows and doors at the Tribal Head Start                         Reservation
School, Tribal Administration Building, and Tribal Senior
Center. The doors and windows include all interior and
exterior. Cement foundations would be developed pre-
installation at each site. Additionally, heating and air
conditioning units would be serviced to improve operating
efficiency.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The             Yes   Yes   Round Valley
Tribe proposes to install solar panel systems for the (1) to                 Indian Tribes of
be constructed Tribal Convenience store, (2) Tribal Head                     the Round Valley
Start School, (3) Tribal Administration Building, and (4)                    Reservation
Tribal Senior Center. The solar panel systems on the
aforementioned buildings are intended to generate
electricity from renewable resources in order to reduce
energy consumption from non-renewable sources.
Inspection of installation will follow to ensure system
reliability.
The tribe proposes to hire an individual and provide energy      Yes   Yes   San Carlos
audit training to create an Energy Auditor position. The                     Apache Tribe of
project will perform energy audits for local commercial and                  the San Carlos
low-income residential units. The auditor will be funded to                  Reservation
perform audits throughout the term of the Energy Efficiency
and Conservation Block Grants grant. Supplies to support
energy efficiency audits will also be purchased. In their
auditing capacity, the auditor will also distribute energy
conservation flyers to the community.

Under a separately funded Energy Efficiency and                  Yes   Yes   San Carlos
Conservation Block Grants (EECBG) activity, the tribal                       Apache Tribe of
Energy Auditor will identify, determine and recommend                        the San Carlos
lighting retrofits for tribal buildings and low-income homes.                Reservation
EECBG funding will be used to purchase necessary energy-
efficient light bulbs for both commercial and residential
units.
The Tribe will develop an Energy Efficiency and                  Yes   Yes   San Carlos
Conservation Strategy. Energy Efficiency and Conservation                    Apache Tribe of
Block Grant funds will also be utilized to purchase a                        the San Carlos
computer, software, camera and office supplies to support                    Reservation
the strategy development effort.
The Tribe proposes to retain the services of a technical         Yes   Yes   San Carlos
consultant for the duration of the grant for assistance in all               Apache Tribe of
phases of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block                       the San Carlos
Grant activities, and to provide expertise when necessary.                   Reservation

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The Fort        Yes   Yes   Fort Belknap
Belknap Indian Community will develop an Energy                              Indian Community
Efficiency and Conservation Strategy for submission within
120 days of the date of the award.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The              Yes   Yes   Standing Rock
Tribe proposes to develop a long-term energy efficiency,                      Sioux Tribe
conservation and energy independence strategy that would
focus on three priorities: (1) Achieving energy efficiency
goals in tribal government buildings, (2) deployment of
culturally-consistent conservation programs in tribal
government buildings, and (3) conducting a feasibility
study, including a cost benefit analysis to determine the
best methods to eliminate or reduce the tribe's utility costs
in government buildings.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The              Yes   Yes   Standing Rock
Tribe proposes to install two 6 kilowatt wind turbines at                     Sioux Tribe
Sitting Bull College in Fort Yates, ND, on the Standing
Rock Indian Reservation. The two turbines would provide
electricity to both the Science Building and the transit
center.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The              Yes   Yes   Miami Tribe
proposed action would involve retrofitting 17 toilets, 4
urinals, and 15 faucets to energy efficient products as well
as retrofitting regular wall switches with wall switch
occupancy censors.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The              Yes   Yes   Native Village of
tribe proposes to install a 4.0 kilowatt grid-tied solar array                Chitina
to fully power the tribal community hall with electricity and
thereby lessen the tribe's overall dependence on diesel fuel
to meet electrical demand.
The Tribe proposes to hire a certified energy professional        Yes   Yes   Cold Springs
to perform an energy audit on the Cold Springs Community                      Rancheria of
Center. The information resulting from this audit would                       Mono Indians
guide energy efficiency retrofit activities to be performed as
a separately funded Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Block Grants activity.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The              Yes   Yes   Keetoowah Band
tribe would purchase an estimated 4,102 4-count packages                      of Cherokee
of compact fluorescent light bulbs to distribute to tribal                    Indians
members during an annual Celebration held the first
weekend in October. The tribe would also distribute
energy efficiency flyers at various events over the course of
the Celebration. An estimated 2,051 households, would be
reached through this effort. Each household would receive
2 packages of compact fluorescent bulbs.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The              Yes   Yes   Confederated
Tribe would increase the R-Factor of 35 tribal homes on                       Tribes of the
the Goshute reservation through the installation of blown in                  Goshute
insulation in its attics and, where feasible, walls. High                     Reservation
costs of propane delivery and high electrical costs due to
poor existing insulation are driving the need for this project.
Winter heating bills are expected to decrease in the winter
months as a result of this project.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The             Yes   Yes   Morongo Band of
proposed action would involve the installation of a 5-6                      Cahuilla Mission
kilowatt ground mounted monopole design photovoltaic                         Indians of the
system adjacent to the security kiosk within the road                        Morongo
shoulder at the west entrance to the Morongo Reservation.                    Reservation

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The             Yes   Yes   Sun'aq Tribe of
Sun'aq Tribe would develop an Energy Efficiency and                          Kodiak
Conservation Strategy aimed at educating tribal members
on the means and methods to save energy and educating
tribal staff on the means and methods to conserve energy
at the Sun'aq Tribal Center.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The             Yes   Yes   Sun'aq Tribe of
Sun'aq Tribe would remove four existing furnace systems                      Kodiak
(more than 25 years old) at the Sun'ag Tribal Center, 312
West Marina Way, and install two new energy efficient
furnaces (model AHEA 125-5 Oil Fired Condensing
Furnaces). The Tribe estimates an annual savings in fuel
costs of approximately $6000 and a 35% reduction in fuel
consumption based on increased efficiencies.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The             Yes   Yes   Alatna Village
proposed action would involve the purchase and
installation of a solar panel system on the community
washeteria, a public facility with rest rooms, showers and
laundry facilities. Interior Regional Housing Authority's past
experience indicates the solar array would reduce kilowatt
hour usage leading to a significant savings in energy usage
and cost.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The             Yes   Yes   Circle Native
proposed action would involve providing lighting retrofits for               Community
as many residences and community facilities as the
funding permits. Residences for the retrofits will be
selected based on need. Incandescent bulbs would be
replaced with compact fluorescent bulbs. Power
consumption would be reduced.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The             Yes   Yes   Hughes Village
proposed action would involve the installation of a wood-
fired boiler at the tribal washeteria to replace an existing
fuel-fired boiler for heat.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The             Yes   Yes   Koyukuk Native
proposed action would involve changing the Tribe's street                    Village
lights from incandescent bulbs to light-emitting diode
lighting fixtures.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The             Yes   Yes   Native Village of
proposed action would involve providing lighting retrofits for               Minto
bathrooms of 42 residences. These retrofits would involve
upgrading incandescent light fixtures to those that will
accommodate compact fluorescent bulbs. It is estimated
that this project should reduce power consumption by
approximately 25 percent.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The            Yes   Yes   Native Village of
proposed action would involve lighting retrofits at                         Stevens
community facilities. Retrofits would consist of changing
out fixtures to accommodate compact fluorescent bulbs
instead of relying on incandescent bulbs.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. Nikolai        Yes   Yes   Nikolai Village
proposes to use its Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Block Grant funds to pay for the installation of a newly
purchased 75 kilowatt generator in the existing power
plant, repair the heat recovery system, and hook up the
generator to the heat recovery system.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The            Yes   Yes   Rampart Village
Tribe proposes to conduct lighting audits of both
residences and community facilities. Once costs are
assessed, buildings will be prioritized and retrofits will be
conducted until funds are expended. Retrofits will consist
of changing fixtures from incandescent to fluorescent
lighting. Recent experience with lighting retrofits in the
region indicate the Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Block Grants funds can pay for lighting retrofits for most
homes in the village.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The            Yes   Yes   Shageluk Native
proposed action would involve the purchase and                              Village
installation of a solar thermal system to be focused on
producing domestic hot water, functioning in conjunction
with the existing boiler system at the tribal washeteria. The
system will consist of 200sq feet of flat panel collectors,
rack-mounted on the roof of the facility, and 240 gallons of
water storage. It is expected that the system will
significantly reduce heating fuel consumption used to fuel
the boiler.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The            Yes   Yes   Village of Kaltag
village of Kaltag proposes to have energy audits performed
on residences in the community in order to systematically
assess areas of savings in both space heat and electric
costs.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The            No    Yes   Village of Venetie
proposed action would involve the purchase and
installation of a 125 kilowatt generator to replace the
existing 190 kilowatt generator as the primary electricity
generating source.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants. The            Yes   Yes   King Island
proposed action would involve providing pre-retrofit energy
audits on 20 elder member homes of the King Island
Native Community in Nome, Alaska. All energy audits
would be performed by a certified licensed, bonded and
insured contractor.
The proposed action would involve retaining the services of     Yes   Yes   Native Village of
a technical consultant to assist the tribe with developing a                Karluk
Tribal Energy Plan detailing energy efficiency and
conservation.
The tribe proposes to use Energy Efficiency and                  Yes   Yes   Yavapai-Apache
Conservation Block Grants funds to replace 1-3                               Nation of the
conventional street lights in the Nation with street light                   Camp Verde
powered by solar energy. Funds would be used to                              Indian Reservation
purchase power poles, wiring, solar panels and other
needed materials, as well as to lay the foundation for the
power poles and retain a contractor for work.
The project proposes Energy Efficiency retrofits including       No    Yes   Galloway
programmable thermostats, Power Management Systems,
Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning Controls,
Occupancy Sensors.

The project proposes Energy Efficiency retrofits including       No    Yes   Galloway
Rooftop Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning Unit
Replacement, Boiler Replacement and Lighting Upgrades.

The City of Placentia will partner with Southern California      No    Yes   Placentia
Edison to perform energy audits on the five City Buildings,
the City will utilize grant funds to begin the first year of
retrofitting to achieve savings, reduce power consumption,
and lead by example in reducing our greenhouse gas
emissions.
The City of Placentia will issue a $100 rebate for residents     No    Yes   Placentia
purchasing Energy Star qualified major home appliances.
Placentia will use the same Energy Star requirements as
Southern California Edison rebate program.

This project falls under the funding area for: ―Development      No    Yes   Grand Blanc
and Implementation of Transportation Programs such as
the development of infrastructure such as bike lanes,
pathways, and pedestrian sidewalks.‖

Energy Planners consistently identify Energy Conservation        No    Yes   Arlington
projects as being the most productive in reducing energy
consumption and carbon footprint. The Arlington High
School's primary heating plant boiler is 29 years old with an
optimal efficiency rating of 65%. Replacing this unit with a
modern heating plant with 81.3% efficiency will save
562,800 therms of energy per year and an estimated cost
savings of $69,050. Without the Energy Efficiency and
Conservation Block Grants grant, there is no current
funding for this project. With the grant, town funding can
be leveraged. Furthermore, the town's cost share can be
realized in the first year with cost savings.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants funds will       No    Yes   Belleville
be used to complete energy efficiency retrofits to four (4)
City facilities. Lighting retrofits will take place in two (2)
firehouses and one (1) police station. The window
replacement & insulation will occur at the Street
Department garage.
PPD conducted an energy evaluation walk-thru and                  No    Yes   Bellevue
identified many energy efficiency improvement
opportunities. The project opportunities include:
1)Upgrade Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning
equipment, install state-of-the-art control systems and
implement Continuous Commissioning Technologies; 2)
Replace the current old lower efficient T12 lighting with
new high efficient T8 lighting. 3) Remodel the front
entrance with more energy efficient doors and walls. This
project will provide energy savings of at least 50% of total
utility consumption, while resolving the indoor comfort
issues and providing better lighting quality.
The proposed action would involve energy audits on 151            Yes   Yes   St. Croix
low-rent residential housing units on St. Croix Tribal lands.                 Chippewa Indians
The tribe will provide leveraged funds for the project, as
well as staff to receive training in the auditing process while
the audits are performed.
Solar Photovoltaics on The Blue Barn, a 26,000 square             No    Yes   Evesham
foot complex that provides year round recreation to
residents and non-residents alike. The Energy Efficiency
and Conservation Block Grants grant will fund 16% of the
purposed project.
The current outdoor parking lot and building light fixtures       No    Yes   Huber Heights
are high-pressure sodium fixtures. This project will
replace/retrofit the existing fixtures to a more efficient
compact fluorescent fixture. Light-emitting diode fixtures
have been researched; however, the amount of light
emitted does not meet needs in certain cases. If light-
emitting diode fixtures can be utilized in some applications,
that type of fixture will be installed.
Develop and demonstrate a fleet of medium duty Plug-in            No    Yes   Multiple States
Hybrid Electric Vehicles in geographically diverse locations

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:               No    Yes   Glendale
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Strategy, Arrowhead
Ranch Water Reclamation Facility UV system
improvement, Building Safety Energy Program
Enhancements, Public safety/Court complex lighting,
Energy Matters Public Education Program, main library
lighting, Program Manager, public safety garage lighting
retrofit, Sport courts lighting retrofit, traffic signal light-
emitting diode conversion, Well 43 frequency drive retrofit.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: City of       No
Cleveland Climate Action & Sustainability Plan, Cleveland
EnergySaver program, light-emitting diode street lighting,
Energy Data Management Software, Cleveland Public
Power Energy Efficiency and Conservation Unit Energy
Audit Services, Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning
upgrades, Lighting retrofit/Replacement for City of
Cleveland facilities, Firestation solar thermal DHW system
installation, Lake-to-Lakes bikeway, Cleveland
deconstruction program, Downtown and Core
Neighborhood recycling.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:            No   Yes   Salt Lake City
Energy Eficiency Policy Development and Planning, Energy
Efficiency Outreach and Education, Salt Lake City Energy
Efficiency Revolving Loan fund, Salt Lake City Traffic
Signal Management, Salt Lake City Bicycle Transit Center,
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Zoning and Planning
Codes, Salt Lake City Bicycle Lanes, Salt Lake City Traffic
Signals and Street Lighting Program, Renewable Energy
Installation at SLC Fire station #8.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: Light-     No   Yes   Madison
emitting Diode Street Lights, Anaerobic Food Waste
Digester - Pilot Study, Business Energy Efficiency Incentive
Program, Residential Energy Efficiency Incentive Program,
Weatherization Employment and Training Program, Interior
Energy Efficient Lighting Retrofits.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: West       No   Yes
Virginia (WV) Local Govermnent Grant Program, WVU
Industrial Assessment Center Support, Building Energy
Collaborative, WVDOE Block Grant Coordination.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: Kalihi-    No   Yes
Palama Bus Maintenance Facility - Installation of
Photovoltaic System, Kalihi-Palama Bus Maintenance
Building Lighting Improvements, Kalihi-Palama Bus
Administration Building Lighting Retrofit, Pearl City Bus
Maintenance Facility - Installation of Photovoltaic system,
Kapolei Hale Lighting Improvements, Neal Blaisdell Center
Exhibition Hall Air conditioning system Improvements, Neal
Blaisdell Center Administrative Offices Air Conditioning
System Improvements, Neal Blaisdell Center Municipal
Parking Structure Lighting Improvements.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:            No   Yes
Comprehensive Building Energy audits and Energy
Conservation Measures, Building Energy Retro fits, 2 30
kilowatt Solar Power arrays at 2 separate locations within
the county, retro-fitting streetlights with more efficient
technology.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:            No   Yes
Lighting Upgrades / Improvements - County Facilities, Light-
emitting diode Street Light Replacement, Building Energy
Efficiency Projects, Solar Photovoltaic Program, County
Employee Commute Program/Telecommuting and
Compressed Work Week Outreach, Employee Energy
Conservation Campaign, Grants to Non-Profits, Revolving
Loan Program, Home Retrofit Program, Energy Efficiency
Assessments & Recommendations, Permit Fee Rebates -
Photovoltaic systems, Voluntary Green Point Rating
Program for New & Existing Homes, Energy Efficiency &
Conservation Toolkit, Zoning Code and/or General Plan
Amendments.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:          No   Yes
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Strategy, Residential
and Commercial Building Audits, Financial Incentive
Program, Energy Efficiency Retrofits, Building and
Facilities Seminars.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:          No   Yes
Energy Efficiency Retrofits, Onsite Renewable Technology,
Technical Consultant Services for Energy Audit.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:          No   Yes   Chesapeake
Energy Awareness and Conservation Training and
Outreach (Bldgs. And Facilities), Solar Photovoltaic
Demonstration Project, Energy Efficiency Retrofits, Energy
Conservation and Management Plan and Regional Carbon
Footprint Study (Tech. Consulting), Purchase of hybrid-
electric vehicles (Transportation).
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:          No   Yes
County property biomass, Solar installation, Recycle cart
promotion program, Residential and commercial
conservation, Light-emitting diode replacement for Traffic
Signals, Smart Powerstrips, State Energy Program Match.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:          No   Yes
Energy Efficiency Rating and Labeling, Administration of
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants program,
Energy Efficiency Education Program, Energy Efficiency
Conservation Municipal Grants, Energy Efficiency End Use
Data Collection, Building Energy Efficiency Standard,
Waste Heat Recovery From Village Power Plants,
Technical Energy Advisory Committee, Sustainable
Northern Shelter.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:          No   Yes   Sacramento
Energy Efficiency Program for City Facilities, City of
Sacramento Community Climate Action Plan, Green
Building Task Force / Green Building Ordinance, Public
Education and Outreach, Regional Property Tax Financing
Plan, Sacramento Regional Energy Alliance Energy
Retrofits Plan, Grant Administration.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: Saint    No   Yes   St. Paul
Paul Energy Smart homes, Multi Family Energy Rehab
Pilot Program, Light-emitting diode Street Light Retrofit,
Energy Efficiency in Municipal Facilities, Commercial &
Industrial Bulding energy Efficiency, Public Education and
climate Change challenge Grants, Electric Vehicle
Charbing Stations.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:          No   Yes   Albuquerque
Energy Efficiency and Conservation - Onsite Renewable
Technology, Energy Efficiency and Conservation - Onsite
Renewable Technology, Energy Efficiency and
Conservation - Buildings and Facilities.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:             No   Yes
Lancaster County Environmental Center Energy Efficiency
Retrofits, Lancaster County Environmental Center
Renewable Energy System, County Facility Energy Audits,
40 East King Street Energy Efficiency Retrofits, Lancaster
County Courthouse Energy Efficiency Retrofits, IT Server
Virtualization, Light-emitting diode Traffic Signal Upgrades,
EnergyAudit & Energy Master Planning for Public & Nor-for-
Profit Facilities, Public Safety Training Center Renewable
Energy System.

This is a congressionally directed project with funding that    No   No
will be used in conjunction to Oregon State University's
2008 competitively awarded grant (GO18176 NorthWest
National Marine Renewable Energy Center).

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:             No   Yes   Tucson
Neighborhood Streetlight Conversion Program, Residential
Energy Efficiency Retrofit Program, City Parking Lot
Lighting Retrofit, Water System Booster Pump Efficiency
Testing and Upgrade Program, Consolidation of the City of
Tucson Data Centers, Community Energy Efficiency and
Climate Action Planning Program, Recycling Audits for
Commercial Buildings, Net-Zero Energy Building Code,
Implementation of Server Virtualization, Green Jobs
Coalition Program, City Water/Energy Audit Program,
Green Business Certification Program and Commercial
Energy Audits.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:             No   Yes
Energy Retrofit Program- Franklin County Hall of Justice.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:             No   Yes   Pinal
Energy Efficiency Audits, Energy Efficiency Municipal
Partnership, Ironwood-Gantzel Roadway Traffic Lights
Synchronization, Energy Efficiency Corrective Measures
Implementation.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:             No   Yes   Irvine
Community Finding and Retrofit Program, Sustainable
Facilities Management Training, Portfolio Manager
Training, Web-Based Monitoring, Sports Field Lighting
Retrofits, Climate Action Plan Environmental Impact
Report, Orange County Great Park Photovoltaics for
Irrigation Pumping.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:             No   Yes   Orlando
Orlando Science Center Efficiency and Renewable
Upgrades and Education, Transportation Electrification,
Community Energy Efficiency and Weatherization, City
Renewable Energy Program (Two sub-programs) 1) Solar
thermal 2) Solar Photovoltaic, Efficient Government
Operations and Leadership (3 sub-groups) 1) Energy
Audits and Energy Performance Contracts 2) Energy
Management 3) Internal Revolving Loan Fund.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: MC         No   Yes
Blanchard Judicial Center and Old Courthouse Block Office
Complex EEIP, Road Prison Geothermal Earth Coupled
Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning Upgrade, Landfill
Gas Extraction and Control System Modernization &
Expansion.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: Sub-       No   Yes
grants to Units of Local Government, Energy Code
Compliance & Effectiveness Measurement, Energy Code
Training and Education, Plug-In Hybrid Conversion Rebate
Program, Data Center Energy Efficiency, Clean Tech
Economic Development Strategy Support, Sunshine State
Building Initiative.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:            No   Yes
Daylighting, Occupancy Sensors, Administration Building -
Light-emitting diode (LED) Parking Lot Lighting, Annex A -
Replace Hot Water Boiler, Annex A - Window Film,
Department of Transportation Building - Skylights,
Department of Transporation Building - HID to T8
Fluorescent with Occupancy Sensors, Department of
Transportation Building - Solar Wall, Government Center -
LED Jail Cell Fixtures, Government Center - Parking Lot
Lighting Controls, Government Center - Wall Wash LED
Lighting, Government Center - Domestic Hot Water
Upgrade, Government Center - Windows Upgrade,
Administration Building - Solar Photovoltaics, Government
Center - Solar Wall, Government Center - Retro-
Commissioning, Government Center - Retro-
Commissioning Implementation, Government Center -
Courtroom Demand Control Ventilation, Government
Center - Energy Efficient Motors, Green Screen Kiosk,
Development of Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Strategy, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
Performance Progress Report, Government Center -
Replace Liebert and Canatal Units in IT Room.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: Block      No   Yes
Grants to Units of Local Government, Large Project Impact
Fund Competitive Grants.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: Wa.        No   Yes
Co. Energy Efficiency and Conservation Project for County
Facilities and Land Use and Transportation Development,
Energy Efficiency Retrofits, Energy Efficiency and
Conservation Development Project - Transportation,
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Development Project -
Codes and Inspections, Energy Efficiency and
Conservation Development Project - Material Conservation
Program.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:            No   Yes
Project Activity #1 - City of Conway- New Photovoltaic
Generating system at Public Works Complex, Project
Activity #2 - Horry County Building & Facilities.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: Forest      No   Yes
Acres Holiday Lights, Irmo Charing Cross Sidewalk
Project, Blythewood Hybrid Vehicle, Blythewood Recycling
Consultant and Drop-Off Center, Eastover Street Light
Replacement Project, Palmetto Health Richland - Solar
Thermal Project, Long-Term Energy Efficiency Strategy,
Judicial Center Lighting/Hot Water Improvements,
Detention Center Chiller Project, Administration Facility
Lighting & Controls, DSS Facility Lighting & Controls,
Public Works Complex Lighting & Controls, Central Court
Facility Lighting & Controls, Register of Deeds e-Recording
System, IT Server Virtualization, County Hybrid Vehicles,
Neighborhood Electric Vehicles, Sustainability Coordinator,
Light Bulb Trade-in Program, Lawn Mower Exchange.


Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: City        No   Yes
Lights, Community Green Retrofit Program, Municipal
Facility Retrofit Program, Transportation Enhancement
Initiative, Mission Verde Center.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: Solar       No   Yes
Power Hot Water Retrofit for County Jail, Solar Powered
Outdoor Security Lights at Parks and County Facilities,
County Building Energy Efficiency Audits, County Buildings
Retrofit, Employ Energy Efficiency Administrator/Manager,
Propane Conversion Pilot Project Precinct 1 Constable.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:             No   Yes
Electric Pick-up truck for on-site use at Alpha Ridge
Landfill, Landfill Forced Draft Heater, Diesel Hybrid Truck,
Home Energy Audits, Park Ballfield Lights Energy
Efficiency, Energy Efficiency Analysis via Monitoring of Sub-
Meters Installation, Energy Management Consultant, High
Efficiency Lighting - Rec & Parks, Energy Efficiency
program - County Administration.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: Home        No   Yes
Energy Loan Program, Energy Conservation & Renewable
Energy in County Buildings, Commercial & Multi-Family
Building Energy Efficiency Grant Program, Commercial
and Multi-Family Building Study, Workforce Development,
Energy Education (includes building code), Opportunity
Housing Energy Efficiency.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:             No   Yes
Building and Facilities Energy Audits, Facilities
management Energy Program, Airport Site Lighting light-
emitting diode Replacements, New Airport Terminal
Building - Renewable Energy Enhancements, New Airport
Terminal Building - Energy Saving and Avoidance
Construction Enhancements, New Airport Terminal
Building - Transportation Alternatives.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: Public      No   Yes   Buffalo
Building Energy Audit, Public Building Retrofits.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:              No   Yes
Energy Services Performance Contracts, Cincinnati Energy
Alliance, Mill Creek Restoration Project, Ohio River Trail-
From Corbin to Collins, Recycling Enhancements, Green
Cincinnati Plan Advocacy, Urban Garden, Building Energy
Codes, Energy Efficiency and Conservation Strategy.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:              No   Yes
Sustainability (Energy) Manager, Conversion of County
Traffic Signals to all Light-emitting diode (LED) Indications,
Message Display Conversion to LED, Neighborhood
Energy Efficiency and Wood smoke Reduction, Energy
Efficient Storage Upgrade, Main Jail Heating, Ventilating,
and Air Conditioning System Replacement.

Oklahoma State University (OSU) would demonstrate the            No   No
feasibility of biomass production potential in the southern
plains. This project is an economic analysis of biofuel
production methods, land use implications, and job/income
impacts on communities. Activities are limited to site visits,
interviews, data collection and analysis, report writing, and
training.
University of South Dakota (USD) and South Dakota                No   No
School of Mines and Technology (SDSM&T) would
demonstrate the feasibility of hydrogen production and fuel
cells. The locations of the laboratory work would be at the
USD, Churchill-Haines Laboratory in Vermillion, South
Dakota and SDSM&T Chemistry and Physics Buildings in
Rapid City, South Dakota.
The objective of this project is to test the effectiveness of    No   No
an acoustic deterrent mechanism in deflecting migratory
gray whales around wave energy structures.
Arizona's Department of Commerce would pass DOE                  No   Yes
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act State Energy
Program funding to the Arizona Natural Resource
Conservation Districts State Association, a nonprofit
organization. The funds would be used for the purchase
and installation of renewable energy systems in agriculture
production.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:              No   Yes
Replacement of Inefficient Heating, Ventilating, and Air
Conditioning Systems in City Buildings and Facilities,
Replace interior lighting and controls in City buildings,
Replace exterior windows at the Chandler Municipal Court
with high efficiency windows, Installation of Light-emitting
diode Exterior Parking Lot, Walkilowattay and Area
Lighting, Install kilovolt AR Energy Controller at
Managanaro Sewage Lift Station, Installation of 350
kilowatt Photovoltaic Generating System on the Parking of
Chandler City Hall, Installation of 3.28 kilowatt Solar
Photovoltaic at Appleby Rd. Potable Water Site, Installation
of Solar Thermal at Tumbleweed Recreation Center and
two Fire Stations.
Clemson University (Clemson) would demonstrate the              No   No
feasibility in developing switchgrass and sorghum varieties
in South Carolina and the Southeast as a biofuel. This
project was previously funded with GFO-08-140 on June
13, 2008, with a CX B3.6. Laboratory work would take
place at the existing Clemson Biosystems Research
Complex in Clemson, South Carolina, and the Aiken
Country Technology Laboratory (ACTL) in the Savannah
River Research Campus, in Aiken, South Carolina.

Arizona's Department of Commerce would use DOE                  No   Yes
funding for the purchase and installation of photovoltaic
systems or solar hot water systems at eight school
districts.
SD's State Energy Office would use DOE funding to install       No   Yes
a heat-recovery system for the air-handling unit at the State
Health Lab. The lab is currently served by one central air
handling unit (AHU) and two dedicated exhaust fans. The
heat-recovery system would take heated or cooled air from
the exhaust air of AHU and pre-condition the outside air
entering the central AHU.
The National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS)           No   Yes   Ann Arbor
would demonstrate the feasibility of affordable
manufacturing of alternative energy systems. The work
would take place at the NCMS office in Ann Arbor,
Michigan.
Approximately 30 miles of natural gas pipeline would need       No   Yes
to be constructed. The pipe would run from Yankton, SD,
to Springfield, SD.
Michigan Economic Development Corporation would                 No   Yes   Flint
demonstrate the feasibility of biogas research and
development generated at the Flint Waste Water
Treatment Plant. Laboratory work and field tests would
take place at Kettering University (KU).
SiGNa Chemistry (SiGNa) would demonstrate the                   No   Yes
feasibility in developing a hydrogen storage technique.
ReliOn will manufacture and install hydrogen fuel-cell          No   Yes
backup-power systems within various existing AT&T
Mobility wireless telecommunications facilities. The
proposed Fuel Cells will operate intermittently to provide
emergency power backup to the existing cell tower sites.

Snohomish County Public Utility District Number 1 (from         No   Yes
Washington State) would complete a Geothermal Energy
study in and around Snohomish County. The goal of this
project is to research and develop possible geothermal
energy sources in the Snohomish County area.

SD's State Energy Office would provide DOE funding to the       No   Yes
Office of the State Engineer. The office would provide
technical assistance to state-owned facilities for
preparation of their State Energy Program American
Recovery and Reinvestment Act applications.
Installation of photovoltaic systems on residential              No   Yes
properties: systems would provide power for the
residences and any excess capacity would be provided to
the grid. All systems would be equal to or less than 60
kilowatt. Installation of wind systems on residential
properties: the systems would provide the primary or back-
up power source for the residence. Wind systems would be
equal to or less than 20 kilowatt.
Cedar Falls Utilities (CFU) will purchase and transport          No   Yes   Cedar Falls
biomass feedstocks to their Cedar Falls Utilities Streeter
Station power plant in Cedar Falls, IA. The feedstocks will
be combusted within an existing electric generation unit.
They will conduct a (ten day duration) test burn to
determine the compatibility of the combustion of biofuels in
a stoker fired Electric Generation Unit originally designed to
burn coal.
Bowling Green State University proposes to use DOE               No   Yes
funding to evaluate the potential impact of a turbine on
avian life in the Northern Ohio Great Lakes region, perform
an assessment of the effectiveness of avian surveillance
strategies and provide an engineering analysis of a
potential design for offshore wind turbines.
The objectives for this project are to augment Columbia          No   Yes
Gorge Community College's (CGCC) wind technician
program, by providing hands-on training for students with
current industry equipment. The objectives are 1) to
acquire a wind turbine nacelle (gearbox/generator
compartment) for training purposes, 2) to transport nacelle
to CGCC campus at 400 East Scenic Drive, The Dalles,
Oregon, and 3) to place the nacelle in the college's existing
RET training lab building. The nacelle will be used for
student training rather than energy production and will not
be erected at any time.
Parker Hannifin will be using DOE and cost-share funding         No   Yes
to research cooling technologies for high heat generating
electronic components, specifically related to power
electronics. The project will consist of design, modeling,
data analysis, and process validation. Project work will take
place at the Parker Hannifin Corp facilities in New Haven,
IN. A Research and Development questionnaire has been
filled out by Parker Hannifin that thoroughly addresses their
facility safety protocols and waste stream practices.

Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) would demonstrate        No   Yes
the feasibility of photovoltaic polyurethane films. This
project was previously funded with GFO-09-025 on
November 26, 2008, with a CX B3.6. Laboratory work
would take place at the existing RIT laboratories in
Rochester, New York.
The objectives for this project are to assist in the siting of   No   Yes
renewable energy for Rhode Island's offshore environment.
The Coastal Resources Management Council will conduct
surveys on coastal foraging water birds; classify and map
fisheries habitats; study the effects of offshore wind farms
on fish and fisheries of different gear types; analyze
recreational uses in study area; develop a tool to
implement tradeoff analysis for various management
options study area; and develop opportunities for the public
and possible stakeholders to learn about the research
results.
The objectives of the project are to continue development        No   Yes
of a nationally-recognized facility for the testing,
characterization and improvement of grid-connected wind
turbines and integrated wind-water desalination systems
and to provide education and outreach on these topics.

The United States Army Corps of Engineering (USACE)              No   Yes   Niagara River
would demonstrate the feasibility of low-head hydropower
generation along the Niagara River. The work would take
place at the USACE offices in Buffalo, New York and
Portland, Oregon. The project consists of two steps,
Reconnaissance Analysis and Feasibility Study.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:              No   Yes
Building Systems Controls Automation: Hall of Justice & S.
Bay Regional Center, 2008 Building Energy Efficiency
Standards Implementation, Existing Home & Business
Audit & Retrofit Program, Expedited Renewable Energy
Products & Green Building Permit Processing, Photovoltaic
Incentive Program, Psychiatric Hospital Lighting Retrofit,
Fluorescent Lamp Recycling, Crime Laboratory Solar
Electric System, Advance Technology Energy Efficient
Equipment - Various County Central Chiller Plants,
California Green Building Standards Code Development,
Advance Technology Energy Efficient Equipment - El
Cajon Library & County Adoptions Cntr, Green Business
Program, Education and Outreach Programs for Energy
Conservation & Sustainability, Building Controls - SE San
Diego/El Cajon/Escondido/Oceanside Family Resource/
Regional Cntrs, Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Strategy Development.


Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:              No   Yes
Energy Retrofits for Fire Stations and Emergency Facilities,
Energy Retrofits for Public Libraries, Home Energy Rating
System (HERS) Program, Condominium and Cooperative
Building Energy Efficiency Program, Non-profit Energy
Efficiency Program, Small Business Energy Efficiency
Program, Energy Retrofits for District Recreation Centers,
Conversion to Light-emitting Diode Street Lighting.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:            No   Yes   St. Petersburg
Commercial Energy Efficiency Retrofit Program,
Development and Implementation of Transportation
Programs, Energy Efficiency and Conservation Programs
for Buildings and Facilities, Traffic Signals and Street
Lighting.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:            No   Yes
Development of Energy Conservation and Greenhouse
Gas Inventory Scoping Plan, Residential Energy Audit
Incentive Program, Building Management System, Solar
Photovoltaic Systems, Energy Efficiency upgrades to
Westchester County Center Building, Development of a
Web Based Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program,
Targeted Energy Performance Improvements.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:            No   Yes
Original Courthouse energy Efficiency retrofit.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: Dr.        No   Yes   San Juan
Gualberto Rabel Diagnostic and Treatment Center's
Energy Efficiency Retrofits, Installation of Solar Panels in
one or more municipal buildings, Installation of Solar
Parking Lot Lights and Poles in one or more City buildings,
City Buildings Energy Efficiency Evaluation, Capture and
Processing of Greenhouse Gases at the San Juan Landfill,
Installation of Solar Powered Garbage Compactors,
Neighborhood Green-Energy Retrofits.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:            No   Yes
Emission Reduction Goal & Climate Action Plan, City Hall
Public Space (1st Floor) Energy Efficiency Project,
Convention Center Light-emitting diode Lighting Upgrade,
Internal Facilities Lighting Upgrades, City Tower Energy
Efficiency Project, Energy Code Enhancement Study,
Commercial Sustainability Outreach Program, Anti-Idling
Vehicle Emission Reduction.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:            No   Yes
Development of Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Strategy, Energy Efficiency Grants to Nonprofits, Home
Performance Energy Star, Upgrade Planning and Zoning
Ordinances for Wind, Solar, Hydro, and Energy Efficiency,
Solar Photovoltaic Systems at County facilities, Upgrades
and retrofits of Street Lights to light emitting diode.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:            No   Yes
Consulting/Administrative Services, Curtain Wall
Replacement, Lighting Retrofits.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:            No   Yes
Energy Improvements, Upgrades and Conservation
Improvements (Lighting retrofits and building automation
upgrades).
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:             No   Yes
Energy Efficiency Upgrades to County Buildings,
Photovoltaic Panel on Roofs of County Facilities,
Evergreen State Fairgrounds Energy Efficiency Retrofits,
High Efficiency Lighting Upgrades for Solid Waste Transfer
Stations, Energy Efficiency Lighting Upgrades for Solid
Waste Transfer Stations, Energy Efficiency Improvements
for Leachate Pre-Treatment Plant, Transit Passes for
Snohomish County Employees, Transportation Demand
Management on 164th SE/128th SW/20th SE, Green
Fleets -- Solar Carports and Prius Conversions, Residential
and Small Commercial Energy Audit and Conservation
Education Program, Loan and Grant Program for Energy
Efficiency and Conservation, Puget Park Drive - Light-
emitting diode Streetlight Relamp Pilot Project, Energy and
Sustainability Office.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:             No   Yes
Municipal building energy retrofits, Energy Efficiency
Incentive Program.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:             No   Yes
Energy Audits for City Buildings, Revolving loan fund,
Police Communications Center Green Roof Retrofit, Solar
Trash Compactors, Energy Efficient Street Lighting.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: Reno        No   Yes
Interior Energy Efficiency Retrofits; Reno Exterior Energy
Efficiency Retrofits; Reno Solar Onsite Renewable Energy;
Reno Wind Onsite Renewable Energy.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:             No   Yes   Fresno
Sustainable Fresno Strategy Enhancement and
Development, Consultant Services for Sustainable Fresno
Program Oversight, Building Energy Audit Program,
Revolving Loan Fund Administration, Building Retrofits
Program, Zoning Code Update and Implementation,
Renewable Technology Implementation Program.

Ohio State University's (OSU) Ohio Agriculture Research         No   No
and Development Center (OARDC) would demonstrate the
feasibility of using the Russian Dandelion, Taraxacum kok-
saghyz as a natural rubber alternative. The project would
take place at the OSU OARDC, Horticulture and Crop
Science Department in Wooster, Ohio.

QM Power's objective for this project is to improve the         No   Yes
reliability and reduce the installation, operations and
maintenance costs of the generator components in the
wind power industry. They will be conducting research and
development laboratory activities at five facility locations.
The objective for this project is to improve turbine reliability   No   Yes
and reduce operation and maintenance costs. Honeywell
will be conducting gearbox mechanical failures, through
vibration monitoring. During task 1, they will be developing
a prototype monitoring system and testing it on an existing
wind turbine located at a nearby wind farm. A vendor will
be assembling the monitoring system and Honeywell
personnel will install the data collection unit onto the select
turbine.
WINData is proposing to conduct studies and installations          No   Yes
of meteorological towers (to monitor wind speed) in order
to demonstrate the value of off-site real-time
meteorological towers in reducing the uncertainty in the
short-term forecasting of ramp events.
Tennessee Tech University's objective for this project is to       No   Yes
develop a wind power energy storage system that will have
uses at various levels of wind power generation systems.
They will be conducting modeling and simulation with
premium analysis tools, laboratory prototyping, and field
verification at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.

PPG Industries, Inc will be conducting a materials                 No   Yes
investigation and fabrication methodology for the
enhancement of wind turbine fiberglass materials. They will
be conducting project work at their Science & Technology
Center laboratories in Shelby, NC. A Research and
Development questionnaire was submitted for these
locations that thoroughly addresses waste stream, liquid
effluent, hazardous waste and personnel safety, all of
which comply with Occupational Safety and Health
Administration standards and their National Pollutant
Discharge Elimination System permits.

GE Global Research Center's (GEGRC) objective for this             No   Yes
project is to develop and evaluate inline inspection
methods to detect defects of large-scale carbon
composites on wind turbine spar caps. They will be
conducting research, lab modeling and laboratory
prototyping at the GEGRC site in Niskayuna, NY. A
thorough Research and Development questionnaire was
submitted for this location and established protocols follow
Occupational Safety and Health Administration standards.
Additional laboratory research will be conducted at the
DOE Oakridge National Laboratory.
The University of Texas at Austin will be conducting paper         No   Yes
and analytical studies to examine interrelated technical and
economic avenues for the Electric Reliability Council of
Texas.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: Kitsap         No   Yes
Built Green Projects, Kitsap County Building Retrofits and
Energy Efficiency Upgrades (Green Jobs Initiative), Energy
Efficiency Implementation and Strategy, Energy Services
Corps, Kitsap Food Chain Projects, Resource
Conservation Manager, Solar Trash Compacting Garbage
and Recycling Receptacles.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:              No   Yes   Riverside
Government Facility Retrofits, Foreclosed Home-Green
Rehab Program, PC Power Management Software Rebate
Program, Specific Plan Updates, Greenhouse Gas
Community Inventory, Solar Trash Compactor
Technologies, Photovoltaic electric vehicle charging and
storage system, Street Lighting retrofit pilot expansion
(Light-emitting diode), Lighted Street Sign retrofit.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: Light-       No   Yes   San Jose
emitting diode Streetlights, Municipal Energy Efficiency
Retrofits, Municipal Solar Program.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:              No   Yes
Retrofit on and off road vehicles with diesel particulate trap
filters, Installation of Photovoltaic system to Serve County
of Monterey Laurel Yard Facilities, Greenhouse Gas
Inventory and Tracking System, EE Ordinance and
Incentive Development, Investment Grade Energy Audit for
County Facilities, Public EE Education Program.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:              No   Yes
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Plan Environmental
Impact Report, Solar Electric System for Rancho
Cuccamonga County Office Building, County Heating
Ventilation and Air-Condition (HVAC) Retrofit Program,
Solar Electric System for High Desert Government Center,
Program to Implement AB 811, Solar Electric System for
the Joshua Tree County Building.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:              No   Yes   Wichita
Century II Cardboard Recycling, Occupancy Sensors for
Lighting Controls for City Hall, Energy efficient chiller and
cooling tower for Environmental Services building,
Comprehensive Community Energy Efficiency & Air
Emissions Program, Boiler Evaluation and Retrofit
Program, McAdams Bike Pathway, Synchronization of
Traffic Signals.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:              No   Yes   Baton Rouge
Sustainability Master Plan (Technical Consultant Services),
Energy Efficiency Outreach, Governmental Facilities
Energy Efficiency Upgrades (Energy Efficiency Retrofits),
Energy Efficiency Retrofits (Baton Rouge Jr. High
Remodel).
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:              No   Yes
Renovation for the Green Resource Center, Energy Audits
for Business & Government Structures, Revolving Loan
Fund, Energy Retrofits for Governments Buildings,
Residential Retrofits, Residential Retrofits (Audits), Energy
Conservation Public Outreach/Education and Tracking,
(Sheet 1) Energy Efficiency & Conservation for Building &
Facilities, (Sheet 2) Energy Efficiency & Conservation for
Building & Facilities, Development & Implementation of
Transportation Programs, replacement of Outdoor Lighting
with Energy Efficient Options on County Property.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:            No   Yes
County Energy Audits, Municipal Partners Financial
Incentives Matching Grant Program, County Building
Energy Efficient Retrofits, County of Orange Energy
Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant Program
Administration.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:            No   Yes
Replacement of Steam and Condensation Lines at North
Campus.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:            No   Yes
Energy Efficiency & Conservation Programs for Buildings &
Facilities, County Building Energy Audits, Energy Efficiency
Retrofits, Energy Efficiency & Conservation Strategy,
Renewable Energy Technologies on Government
Buildings.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:            No   Yes   Laredo
Administration, Downtown Lighting Retrofit, Downtown
Solar Trash Compactor, Hillside Recreation Center
Alternative Energy Project, Energy Efficiency Revolving
Loan Fund, LBV Tech Recreation Center Alternative
Energy Project.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:            No   Yes   Columbus
Downtown Bike Infrastructure Improvements, Cultural Arts
Center Lighting Efficiency Improvements, Central Safety
Building Energy Retrofit, Fire Stations High Efficiency
Lighting Retrofit, Business Energy Efficiency Revolving
Loan Program, Pedestrian Signal Upgrade to Light-emitting
diode Technology, Center for Science and Industry Energy
Efficiency Improvements, Home Energy Efficiency
Baseload Reduction Program, Project Oversight.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) would              No   Yes
develop a modeling system for Enhanced Geothermal
Systems (EGS). The project would produce an analysis
tool, with which the uncertainties associated with
exploration for, as well as development and operation of
enhanced geothermal systems can be assessed in terms
of distribution of cost and time.
DOE is proposing to provide funding to the Denver              No   Yes
Museum of Nature and Science (DMNS) to design and
implement an innovative ground source heat pump (GSHP)
system for heating and cooling the new Education and
Collection Facility (ECF).
Symyx Technologies (Symyx) would design and develop a          No   Yes
geochemical model that simulates an Enhanced
Geothermal System reservoir. The model would develop a
foundation in theory and measurement of physical and
chemical interactions between minerals, rocks, carbon
dioxide and water.
Baker Hughes Oilfield Operations Inc. (Baker-Hughes)              No   Yes
would develop a drilling and steering system for
Geothermal Enhanced Systems. The drilling and steering
system would provide optimum performance in
temperatures of up to 300°C (572°F) in hard rock
formations, and under the high pressures encountered in
boreholes at depths of up to 10,000 meters (33,000 feet).
The system would include Drill Bit, Steerable Motor, and
Drilling Fluid, and consists of 26 Tasks. The DOE funds
would be used to provide partial support for personnel
working on the project, and to design, manufacture and
test prototype drill bits, motors, drilling fluids and drilling
fluid handling equipment.
Nevada Board of Regents for the Nevada System of                  No   Yes
Higher Education (NSHE) would design and develop an
Enhanced Geothermal System model that would predict
how fluid technologies would work in a reservoir. The
model would use a numerical modeling exercise used in
planning, design and analysis. Rock mechanics laboratory
testing would take place at the existing Laxalt Mineral
Engineering building located at the University of Nevada
campus in Reno, Nevada.
This proposed project is a contract with Microlink Devices        No   Yes
(Microlink) to develop and design the fabrication of thin-film
materials and photovoltaic devices that would accelerate
commercialization and cost effective manufacturing.
Microlink would for one year demonstrate the feasibility to
accelerate the development of photovoltaic (PV) module
technology.
University of California, San Diego will be using American        No   Yes
Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding to develop
modeling tools for high penetration scenarios of
Photovoltaic on a distribution system. The majority of this
project will be the development of several computational
models that will be used for power and management and
forecasting. These models will then be utilized at UCSD's
existing Photovoltaic systems. Additional work will include
radiation monitoring by means of a small commercial off-
the-shelf device that has the appropriate safety and
outdoor ratings and which only requires standard electricity.

The City of Milwaukee will be using American Recovery             No   Yes
and Reinvestment Act funding to enhance their ongoing
Solar Cities America program activities. They will be
creating a city-wide sustainable solar energy program by
building the institutional and physical infrastructure
necessary to support on-going investments in technology
and training.
Kennebec Valley Community College will be using                   No   Yes
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding to
establish a solar heating and cooling and solar system
training project.
United Technologies Research Center (UTRC) would               No   Yes
design and increase the geothermal energy conversion
efficiency. The work would take place at the existing
laboratories: North Avenue Research Area, Georgia
Institute of Technology, United Technologies Research
Center, Thermophysical Properties Division, and National
Institute of Standards and Technology
General Electric (GE) would design and develop a               No   Yes
pressure sensor and telemetry methods for measurement
while drilling geothermal wells. Laboratory testing would
take place at the existing GE Global Research Center in
Niskayuna, New York and Braun Hall at Auburn University
(AU) in Auburn, Alabama.

The State of California would pass through State Energy        No   Yes
Program funding to the City of Yucaipa for the installation
of a 250 kilovolt Photovoltaic Carport canopy system.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:            No   Yes   Akron
Community Business and Non-Profit Energy Efficiency
Loan and Grant Program, Community Residential Energy
Efficiency Loan and Grant Program, Hybrid Vehicle City
Fleet Enrichment Program, Sustainability & Energy
Efficiency Strategy Enhancement, Bicycle Transit
Improvement Project, Energy Efficient New Residential
Construction Grant Program, Traffic Signal Light-emitting
diode Retrofit, City Facility Lighting Retrofit, BE E3 Smart
Program, Administration Costs.
The State of California would pass through State Energy        No   Yes
Program funding to the recipients for energy efficient
retrofits and small-scale Photovoltaic Projects.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:            No   Yes
Bayamon Central District Solar Canopy.
The purpose of this project is to design and construct a       No   No
new Specific Manufacturing Capability (SMC) Dial Room
(and to procure/install communications equipment) inside
the SMC security controled area.
Install up to three prefabricated outdoor shelters for         No   No
smokers. Design and install a shelter base so that shelters
can be movable. Specific location for shelters is to be
determined, but the shelter bases will be placed atop
existing concrete or asphalt such that no subsurface soil
disturbance is expected.
Routine maintenance of buildings, structures, rights-of-       No   No
way, vehicles and equipment, pest and vegetation control.
The initial action to be covered under this Environmental        No   No
Checklist will be removal of the mezzanines from Central
Facilities Area-661 to provide for material storage and work
space for the National and Homeland Security (N&HS)
Wireless Test Bed project. More specifically, this involves
storage of electronic equipment, antennas and antenna
masts, personnel supplies, and a variety of spare parts to
support the project. In addition to storage, plans include a
staging and lay down area where partial assembly of
project equipment can be performed. Following completion
of N&HS work within CFA-661, Facilities and Site Services
will then remove the interior walls.


Cotter Corporation proposes to conduct exploratory drilling      No   No    San Miguel
on Lease Tract C-SR-13A, located in San Miguel County,                      County, Lease
CO. The exploratory drilling would consist of boring one 5-6-               Tract C-SR-13A
inch diameter hole adjacent to an existing road to an
estimated depth of 750 ft. A truck-mounted air rotary drill
rig would be used for this action. In addition, a 10ft by 10ft
by 3ft deep excavated area would be used to contain the
drill cuttings.
Project/Activity: Brush clearing for Geoprobe Well               No   No    Shiprock
Installation at Shiprock, NM Disposal Site
Perform Phase 1 Project Definition activities. Key activities    No   Yes   Texas City,
include: finalize PMP, perform preliminary design of                        Galveston County
Carbon Capture and Sequestration, conduct environmental
analysis, initiate permitting, collect site data.

Engineer, Assemble, and Test Electrified Vehicle Drive           No   Yes   Fargo
Electronics

Remy will expand the existing production rate of rotating        No   Yes   Anderson
electrical products at its current facility in Phase I.

Promote the commercialization of clean technologies              No   No
through product development and business development.

Promote the commercialization of clean technologies              No   No    Southeastern part
through product development and business development.                       of the state

Promote the commercialization of clean technologies              No   No    Northeastern part
through product development and business development.                       of the state

Promote the commercialization of clean technologies              No   No    Central part of the
through product development and business development.                       state

Develop an expendable, high capacity sorbent to remove           No   No    Wheat Ridge
sulfur species from anaerobic digester gas, providing an
essentially sulfur-free biogas for Direct FuelCell® power
plants.
Develop an expendable, high capacity sorbent to remove           No   No    Oxnard
sulfur species from anaerobic digester gas, providing an
essentially sulfur-free biogas for Direct Fuel Cell® power
plants.
Develop an expendable, high capacity sorbent to remove       No   No    Golden
sulfur species from anaerobic digester gas, providing an
essentially sulfur-free biogas for Direct Fuel Cell® power
plants.
Loans and grants for small scale electric efficiency and     No   Yes
other energy efficiency measures.




Small renewable energy projects for homes, businesses        No   Yes
and government facilities




Public housing and other residential retrofits               No   Yes




Loan program for residential and commercial energy           No   Yes
efficiency and renewable energy projects (small scale)




Activities to increase use of alternative fuels and          No   Yes
alternatively fueled vehicle, and to reduce vehicle use




Job training and development of building codes               No   Yes
Small-scale solar and wind projects                       No   Yes




Loans for state agencies' small scale energy efficiency   No   Yes
measures




Energy efficiency retrofit of existing building           No   Yes




Energy efficiency retrofit of existing building           No   Yes




Energy efficiency retrofit of existing building           No   Yes
Competitive grant program for small-scale energy             No   Yes
efficiency and renewable energy projects with option to
pursue larger projects.




Competitive loan program for small-scale energy efficiency   No   Yes
and renewable energy projects.




Building retrofits at 9 state buildings-lights, Heating,     No   Yes
Ventilating, and Air Conditioning; controls.




Small-scale Energy Efficiency activities.                    No   Yes
Small-scale energy efficiency and renewable energy           No   Yes
projects at 3 state campuses for the developmentally
disabled.




Small-scale photovoltaic systems on existing buildings and   No   Yes
facilities.




Competitive grant program for broad range of Energy          No   Yes
Efficiency, Renewable Energy and Alternative Energy
projects.




Broad grant program for Renewable Energy and Energy          No   Yes
Efficiency projects -- no size limits.
Small-scale Energy Efficiency projects in residences.   No   Yes




Low interest loans to improve Energy Efficiency in      No   Yes
multifamily residences.




Grants to improve building energy performance and       No   Yes
facilitate market transformation.




Expansion of solar photovoltaics in MA.                 No   Yes
Grants to accelerate and expand clean energy projects at     No   Yes
public buildings.




Helps KY school districts reduce energy consumption and      No   Yes
operating expenses.

Financial incentives to farmers to encourage new             No   Yes
technologies, renovate existing facilities, produce energy
related crops, and investment in measures to generate
additional energy on farms.




Improve knowledge base about energy & related                No   Yes
environmental topics for students, teachers, and
administrators in KY schools. Small energy improvement
projects at schools.
Revolving loan program for Energy Efficiency measures in    No   Yes
buildings.




Develop model to stimulate home improvement market to       No   Yes
make whole-house Energy Efficiency and Renewable
Energy improvements.
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy demonstration        No   Yes
projects of commercially available technologies on multi-
county collaboratives.




Support integration of smart grid strategies and            No   Yes
technologies into KY's electric utility infrastructure.




Administrative work to be performed at Clean Energy         No   Yes   Ypsilanti
Coalition's office.
Administrative work to be performed at North Central        No   Yes   Dallas, Irving,
Texas Council of Governments' office location(s). The                  Denton, Mansfield,
Environmental Questionnaire identifies Dallas, Irving,                 Fort Worth,
Denton, Mansfield, Fort Worth, and Southlake, TX.                      Southlake
Expand production of advanced automotive batteries in an    No   Yes   Lyon Station
existing battery manufacturing plant. DE-FOA-0000026
(Electric Drive Vehicles)
Retrofit an existing plant to assemble and test a                No   Yes   Indianapolis
commercial duty hybrid system with three transmission
models. DE-FOA-0000026 (Electric Drive Vehicles)


Replacement of oil-fired boiler with new natural gas boiler;     No   Yes   Huttonsville
upgrade of 7 miles of existing 4" natural gas pipe line with
8" pipeline in existing right-of-way; 0.6 mile of new pipeline
across prison property.

Energy Efficiency retrofit of Spindletop Research Center         No   Yes   Lexington
Administration Building at the University of Kentucky.




Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy activities for            No   Yes
industry, including but not limited to retrofitting.




Performance of project management and associated                 No   Yes   Charlotte
administrative, educational, and outreach activities.
Performance of project management and associated                 No   Yes   Raleigh
administrative, educational, and outreach activities.
Performance of project management and associated                 No   Yes   Asheville
administrative, educational, and outreach activities.
Performance of project management and associated                 No   Yes   Durham,
administrative, educational, and outreach activities.                       Research Triangle
                                                                            Park
Performance of project management and associated                 No   Yes   Columbia
administrative, educational, and outreach activities.
Performance of project management and associated                 No   Yes   Chicago
administrative, educational, and outreach activities.
Performance of project management and associated                 No   Yes   Des Plaines
administrative, educational, and outreach activities.
Performance of project management and associated                 No   Yes   Atlanta
administrative, educational, and outreach activities.
Administrative work to be performed at Texas State               No   Yes   Multiple sites
Technical College's (TSTC's)office and locations where
administrative work is being performed by TSTC.


Performance of project management and associated                 No   Yes   Frankfort
administrative, educational, and outreach activities.
Performance of project management and associated                   No   Yes   Louisville
administrative, educational, and outreach activities.
Performance of project management and associated                   No   Yes   Annapolis
administrative, educational, and outreach activities.
This CX designation is for administrative work performed           No   Yes   Kansas City
by the Metropolitan Energy Center located in Kansas City,
MO.
Performance of project management and associated                   No   Yes   Seattle
administrative, educational, and outreach activities.
Installation of an above ground biodiesel fuel tank                No   Yes   Snohomish
(including tank fill assembly; tank venting, gauging, and                     County
dispensing equipment).
Installation of equipment to compress, store and provide           No   Yes   Lynden
upgraded biomethane for use in farm vehicles and trucks.

Installation of an above ground biodiesel fuel tank                No   Yes   Everett
(including tank fill assembly; tank venting, gauging, and
dispensing equipment).
Installation of an above ground E-85 (ethanol) fuel tank           No   Yes   Snohomish
(including tank fill assembly; tank venting, gauging, and                     County
dispensing equipment).
Administrative work to be performed at the Railroad                No   Yes   Austin
Commission of Texas office.
Develop and Demonstrate a Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle          No   Yes   Detroit

Deploy 502 Alternative Fuel Vehicles by 119 public and             No   Yes   Madison
private fleets, as well as install ten alternative fueling sites
throughout the State of Wisconsin. Administrative Project
Management Tasks Only
Develop and Demonstrate a fleet of medium duty Plug-in             No   Yes   Troy
Hybrid Electric Vehicles in geographically diverse locations

Develop and Demonstrate a fleet of medium duty Plug-in             No   Yes   Allen Park
Hybrid Electric Vehicles in geographically diverse locations

Develop and Demonstrate a fleet of medium duty Plug-in             No   Yes
Hybrid Electric Vehicles in geographically diverse locations

Develop and Demonstrate a Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle          No   Yes   Torrance

Develop and Demonstrate a Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle          No   Yes   Milford

Develop and Demonstrate a Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle          No   Yes   Pontiac

Develop and Demonstrate a Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle          No   Yes   Warren

Install E85 (ethanol) pump dispensers at 55 locations in CA        No   Yes   Multiple sites
and possibly 1 in HI. Each site will host an outreach event,
conducted by SCAG and the host Clean Cities Coalition.

Deploy 180 Liquified Natural Gas trucks to the Ports of Los        No   Yes   South Coast Air
Angeles and Long Beach, CA, which will replace 180                            Management
existing older diesel drayage trucks and provide outreach                     District
be each of the five Clean Cities Coalitions in the South
Coast Air Quality Management District.
Install Liquified Natural Gas station in Las Vegas, NV and      No   Yes   Las Vegas
deploy 48 new Liquified Natural Gas vehicles.
This project will establish a globally competitive United       No   Yes   Kokomo
States production source for Power Electronics
components for automobiles, commercial vehicles, and off-
road / industrial equipment.
Develop and Demonstrate a Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle       No   Yes   Yuma

The project funds the deployment of 183 various                 No   Yes   Bethany
alternative fuel vehicles and the development of 9 unique
compressed natural gas refueling locations. Administrative
Project Management Tasks Only
The project funds the deployment of 116 various                 No   Yes   Bay Shore
alternative fuel vehicles and the development of 5 unique
compressed natural gas refueling locations. Administrative
Project Management Tasks Only
The project funds the deployment of various alternative fuel    No   Yes   Albany
vehicles and the development of unique alternative fuel
refueling locations.- Administrative Project Management
Tasks Only
The project funds the deployment of 277 various                 No   Yes   Rockaway
compressed natural gas vehicles and the development of 4
unique compressed natural gas refueling locations.
Administrative Project Management Tasks Only
The project funds the deployment of 283 various                 No   Yes   Franking
alternative fuel vehicles and the development of 15 unique
refueling locations(3 electric charging,8 compressed
natural gas, and 4 propane) Administrative Project
Management Tasks Only
The project funds the deployment of 372 various                 No   Yes   Indianapolis
alternative fuel vehicles and the development of 128
unique alternative fuel refueling locations. Administrative
Project Management Tasks Only
Laboratory investigation of supercritical-carbon dioxide        No   Yes   Cambridge
tolerant microbial growth, including cultivation of microbial
strains and characterization of strain genetics with
molecular biological tools.
Field measurements of Radon and carbon dioxide                  No   Yes   Laramie
emissions from naturally-occurring Carbon Dioxide sources
in Wyoming; Lab analysis of water and rock samples to
determine factors affecting carbon dioxide/radon emissions
profiles


WRI will evaluate novel non-carbon based mercury                No   Yes   Laramie
sorbents in the Coal Combustion Test Facility. Fly ash will
be collected to make sure it is suitable for use in concrete.

Develop hydrogen separation technologies for coal               No   No    Laramie
gasification systems where bench scale system will be built
for high pressure hydrogen production using ceramic
based absorbent & thermal cycling process.
Capture at least 90% of the 720,000 tons of carbon dioxide        No   Yes   Richland
generated per year by the largest recovery boiler at Boise
White Paper Mill with sequestration in basalt.

Develop a fully definitive project basis for a competitive        No   Yes   Trexlertown/Upper
Renewal Application process to proceed into Phase 2 -                        Macungie
Design, Construction and Operations.                                         Township


Desktop studies performed by Gulf Coast Carbon Center             No   Yes   Austin, Plano, and
primarily at the University of Texas Austin facility; a trip to              Alvin
the Plano offices of Denbury Resources for a planning
meeting and a site survey at Oyster Bayou field.



Carbon Dioxide capture with geologic sequestration from a         No   Yes   Sweeney and
grassroots Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC)                     Dancigar, Brazoria
power plant.                                                                 County
Carbon Dioxide capture with geologic sequestration from a         No   Yes   Old Ocean,
grassroots Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC)                     Brazoria County
power plant.
This project will develop a microbial and chemical                No   Yes   New York
enhancement scheme for in-situ carbon mineralization in
geologic formations.

Evaluation of RTI's dry sorbent (under cement kiln                No   Yes   Durham
conditions) at RTI's existing test facility

Project Management & Carbon Dioxide site surveying and            No   Yes   Odessa
characterization at Odessa site

Carbon Dioxide capture site(s) engineering and survey.            No   Yes   Northern Contra
                                                                             Costa County
Injection Site surveys, engineering                               No   Yes   Salano County

Engineering and Project Management activities                     No   Yes   Berkley, Alameda
                                                                             Counties

Engineering and Project Management activities                     No   Yes   Livermore,
                                                                             Alameda Counties

Project Management activities                                     No   Yes   Houston

Engineering and Project Management activities                     No   Yes   Houston

Transportation surveys and assessments for Carbon                 No   Yes   Contra Costa and
Dioxide pipeline                                                             Solano Counties
Engineering and Project Management activities                     No   Yes   Austin

Project Management activities                                     No   Yes   Beaumont
Perform Phase 1 Project Definition activities. Key Denbury        No   Yes   Austin/Plano/Alvin/
activities include: Monitoring, Verification, and Analysis                   Stonewall
study, Desktop studies by Gulf Coast Carbon Center
primarily at their office in the University. Trips for meetings
and site walkarounds.
Perform Phase 1 Project Definition activities. Key activities     No   Yes   Texas City,
include: finalize PMP, perform preliminary design of                         Galveston County
Carbon Capture and Sequestration, conduct environmental
analysis, initiate permitting, collect site data.

Perform Phase I Project Definition Activities. Key Denbury        No   Yes   Austin/Plano/Alvin/
activities include: Monitoring, Verification, and Accounting                 Stonewall
study, Desktop studies by Gulf Coast Carbon Center
primarily at their office in the University. Trips for meetings
and walkarounds.
Perform Phase I Project Definition Activities. Key activities     No   Yes   Texas City,
include: finalize PMP, perform preliminary design of                         Galveston County
Carbon Capture and Sequestration, conduct environmental
analysis, initiate permitting, collect site data.

Evaluation of RTI's dry sorbent (under kiln conditions) at        No   Yes   Durham/Research
RTI's existing test facility.                                                Triangle Park

Project Management and Carbon Dioxide site surveying              No   Yes   Odessa
and characterization at Odessa site.

Project Management activities                                     No   Yes   San Francisco

Information gathering, routine business actions, site             No   Yes   Decatur
characterization and environmental data collection,
desktop work such as preliminary design, cost estimation,
and plan development.
Design an integrated pilot facility to produce biocrude oil by    No   Yes   Houston
coupling algae production, harvesting and catalyzed
conversion using Carbon Dioxide from existing cement
plant (Phase 1 of project) Industrial Carbon Capture and
Storage Area 2
The project will explore the limits and capacity of wireless      No   No    Nahant
communications for Subsea operations using radio
frequency conduction with a goal of designing wireless
communications modems for subsea oil & gas use

The project will explore the limits and capacity of wireless      No   No    Niskayuna
communications for Subsea operations using radio
frequency conduction with a goal of designing wireless
communications modems for subsea oil & gas use

The project will explore the limits and capacity of wireless      No   No    Boston
communications for Subsea operations using radio
frequency conduction with a goal of designing wireless
communications modems for subsea oil & gas use
Perform the necessary engineering, design, analyses,           No   No    Houston
operational reviews, risk and safety assessments, and
costing exercises required to develop the RIS to a point
where the design is fully validated.
The project is a laboratory and modeling study to              No   No    Norman
investigate the aspects and merits of using fiber containing
sweep fluids in ultra-deepwater drilling applications.

This NEPA action is to cover the entire project which          No   Yes   Brooklyn
involves laboratory scale university research.
Paper studies, modeling and project management.                No   Yes   Tucson



Paper studies, modeling and project management.                No   Yes   Denver



Paper studies, modeling and project management.                No   Yes   Socorro



Paper studies, modeling and project management.                No   Yes   Salt Lake City



Develop a more comprehensive knowledge of the                  No   Yes   Poughkeepsie
stratigraphy of the Newark Basin and its suitability for
Geologic Carbon Capture and Storage.

Develop a more comprehensive knowledge of the                  No   Yes   Orangetown
stratigraphy of the Newark Basin and its suitability for
Geologic Carbon Capture and Storage.

Develop a more comprehensive knowledge of the                  No   Yes   Houston
stratigraphy of the Newark Basin and its suitability for
Geologic Carbon Capture and Storage.

Develop a more comprehensive knowledge of the                  No   Yes   Houston
stratigraphy of the Newark Basin and its suitability for
Geologic Carbon Capture and Storage.

Bench-scale work at SRI facilities already being actively      No   No    Menlo Park
used for Research and Development. No foot print
increase.

Laboratory scale university research.                          No   Yes   Minneapolis

Field visit to Maramec Springs Park, Missouri to take water    No   Yes   Maramec Springs
samples.                                                                  Park
Field visit to St. Joe State Park, MO, to take samples of       No   Yes   St. Joe State Park
water draining from a historic mine tailings site.



All laboratory experimental work will be performed in Rolla     No   Yes   Rolla, Phelps
Missouri on the campus of Missouri University of Science                   County
and Technology. Rock and water samples will be collected
and brought back to the laboratory for analysis.

Synthesis and characterization of aminosilica adsorbents        No   Yes   Atlanta
for capturing carbon dioxide from ultra-dilute gas streams.

This project involves laboratory research at bench-scale        No   Yes   Carbondale
level with the aim to understand how carbon dioxide
interacts with coal and how dynamic pressure waves
modulate these interactions.
Train students on geologic reservoir properties through         No   Yes   West Lafayette
petrographic analysis of thin sections, cores and literature.




Site Characterization project.                                  No   Yes   Campbell County

The specific scientific objective of this work at the Decatur   No   Yes   Decatur
DOE-Illinois State Geological Survey Carbon Capture and
Sequestration well site is to collect samples of subsurface
formation waters and reservoir rock.



Characterize the subsurface microbial community structure       No   Yes   Champaign/Urban
within the Mt. Simon Sandstone and establish its                           a
paragenetic history.




Train students on geologic reservoir properties through         No   No    West Lafayette
petrographic analysis of thin sections, cores and literature.




Design, construction, and field evaluation of carbon 14 gas     No   Yes   Green River
analyzers that detect carbon dioxide from the combustion
of fossil fuels for sequestration leak studies. Paradox
Basin is field evaluation site.

The project objective is to develop advanced oxygen             No   Yes   Bowling Green
carriers. A systematic laboratory development will be
followed by testing in a 10 kilowatt bench scale unit.
Develop innovative instrumentation/monitoring for shallow       No   Yes   Greene County
carbon dioxide sequestration, provide training, and
generate GIS database. The project field work
(monitoring) will be at CU project site.
Conduct Field Seminars                                          No   Yes   Odessa



Conduct Field Trips                                             No   Yes   Odessa



Aqueous Laboratory                                              No   Yes   Tuscaloosa




Rock Laboratory                                                 No   Yes   Tuscaloosa




Field characterization of outcrops in Utah and analysis of      No   Yes   Multiple sites
field samples and core (United States Geological Survey
and Utah Geological Survey cores) Information will be used
for modeling.
Sub-award to the Environmental Defense Fund to evaluate         No   Yes   Austin
the nature of specific offshore risks and provide advice on
how to manage those risks within 10.3 miles of the Texas
Gulf Coast.
Sub-award for Sandia Technologies, LLC for research and         No   Yes   Austin
information collection (office research), report preparation,
maps and graphics preparation.
Conduct a regional evaluation of the geologic storage           No   Yes   Austin
capacity of Miocene sediments and structures for carbon
dioxide sequestration.
The project objective is to develop sorbents for carbon         No   Yes   Akron
dioxide capture. The development (laboratory studies) will
take place at the University of Akron
Construct cells to determine the relationship between           No   Yes   Atlanta
groundwater acidification, dissolution of minerals and
precipitation under pressure.

Develop a carbon dioxide detector using fiber optics and a      No   Yes   Bozeman
laser, testing it using carbon dioxide in a horizontal well

Literature search and reprocessing existing seismic data to     No   Yes   Columbia
determine if additional seismic in 2011 and installation of a
well in 2012 at unknown locations are justified.

Evaluate geologic samples in a laboratory. Samples              No   Yes   Tuscaloosa
exposed to carbon dioxide and brine under pressure to
determine effects on caprock material. Laboratory analysis
of by-products in water.
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) will be                    No   Yes   Austin
coordinating the effort to run the risk assessment model
Carbon Dioxide-PENS
Collect historical media samples, incubate with carbon           No   Yes   Durham
dioxide and water, computer simulation, and laboratory
analysis.
Laboratory evaluation of the development and use of              No   Yes   Fargo
protective coatings to protect the interior of pipelines and
process equipment from corrosion resulting from carbon
dioxide captured from power plants.
Laboratory evaluation of the use of composite polymer            No   Yes   Grand Forks
membranes and porous membrane contactors for the
recovery of carbon monoxide from carbon dioxide-rich
solvent streams
This work will design and plan a test well, drilling and         No   Yes   Holland
characterizing test well, and include monitoring deep
injection interactions with other Mt. Simon injection wells
and data analysis and reporting
This work will design and plan a test well, evaluate             No   Yes   Kalamazoo
reservoir behavior, and integrate regional data and
analysis, and include reservoir modeling, regional
sequestration strategy.
This work will design and plan a test well, evaluate             No   Yes   Columbus
reservoir behavior, and include data analysis, reservoir
modeling, regional sequestration strategy and stakeholder
outreach and education.
Design and plan a test well, evaluate reservoir behavior,        No   Yes   Richland
and include data analysis, reservoir modeling, regional
sequestration strategy and stakeholder outreach and
education.
Laboratory evaluation in existing facility to investigate oxy-   No   Yes   El Paso
fuel flame characteristics and assess their impact on the
operability of oxy-fuel combustion systems

The work will include using Fourier Transform Infrared           No   Yes   Pasadena
Transform (FTIR) instruments in a laboratory to measure
mid-infrared spectra of carbon dioxide in water and
produce simulation tools for students and scientists.

Literature search and modeling study to determine the            No   Yes   Bethlehem
effects of utilizing heat rejected by carbon dioxide
compressors to improve power plant efficiency and
increase net power output.
This work will include performing some laboratory                No   Yes   Golden
experiments to elucidate rate parameters associated with
reaction between minerals, carbon dioxide, and water/brine
in formations to develop risk assessment models.

Characterize the Ozark Plateau Aquifer System (OPAS) in          No   Yes   Lawrence
an area covering approximately 17 counties in south-
central Kansas in order to estimate its potential for carbon
dioxide sequestration.
Provide subject matter expertise and training opportunities     No   Yes   Washington
related to the American Reinvestment & Recovery Act
(ARRA) of 2009 to state Public Utility Commissions.

Decommission and remove the Low-Pressure Water                  No   No    Pittsburgh
Tunnel Facility to make room for new equipment.

Program Direction.                                              No   Yes


Development and implementation of interoperable                 No   Yes
standards and framework to ensure effective and
consistent application of Smart Grid Technologies.
Matching grant program that will cover up to fifty percent of   No   Yes
investments planned by electric utilities and other entities
for the deployment of Smart Grid Technology.

Proposed action covers two broad topics: A) Developing          No   No
and Enhancing Workforce Training Programs for the
Electric Power Sector, B) Smart Grid Workforce Training.

The proposed project will: 1) Accelerate the process of         No   No
facilitating regional transmission analysis and planning by
states and industry, 2) Investigate and identify successful
transmission and distribution integration models for
renewable resources, and 3) Identify technological and
economic uncertainties to aid transmission and distribution
grid planner.
The U.S. Department of Energy, Richland Operations              No   No    Benton
Office (RL), needs to close out a 1,000,000 gallon surface                 County/Hanford
impoundment (RL's Purgewater Storage and Treatment                         Site
Facility, or ModuTank™ Unit #1 facility) located in the 600
Area of the Hanford Site.
The U.S. Department of Energy, Richland Operations              No   No    Benton
Office (RL) proposed to conduct limited prescribed burning                 County/Hanford
of approximately 200 acres of designated areas on the                      Site
Hanford Site during 2009 October, November and
December time period to help maintain critical fire breaks
along site roadways and fenced perimeters.
The U.S. Department of Energy, Richland Operations              No   No    Benton
Office (RL), needs to modify the existing Maintenance and                  County/Hanford
Storage Facility (MASF) for cold mock-up testing to support                Site
Hanford Site sludge disposition.
The proposed project will investigate the effect of solar       No   No
radiation, simulated by a high intensity light source, on
photoactive devices and photocatalysts. The goal of the
project is to establish a photoactive catalyst to efficiently
reduce carbon dioxide to carbon monoxide or simple
hydrocarbons, and mitigated the release into the
atmosphere.
This review covers the operation and maintenance of 3-          No   No
mega electron-volt Van De Graaf electron accelerator as
needed to meet program needs. The accelerator will be
operated and maintained within approved and authorized
limits.
This review covers the operation and maintenance of the         No   No
20-mega electron-volt (MeV) linac electron accelerator as it
is currently authorized. In addition, the review will cover a
planed upgrade program to increase the power to 50-MeV.
The accelerator will be operated within approved and
authorized limits as detailed in the governing Safety
Assessment Document, Work Control Permit, Radioactive
Work Permit or other applicable documents.

331 Building Irrigation Upgrades, 300 Area                      No   Yes

Install a Photovoltaic Power Generation Array and Electric      No   Yes
Car Charging Stations, Environmental Molecular Sciences
Laboratory

Southeastern Power Administration is proposing new rate         No   No    Panhandle
schedules to replace existing rate schedules for
Southeastern's Jim Woodruff System. Existing rate
schedules are approved through September 19, 2009. The
new rate schedules would become effective September 20,
2009.
Provide all labor, tools, materials (except GFE), equipment     No   No
and supervision to perform the work associated with the
West Hackberry Pigging Water Disposal project.

Perform surface preparation and coating of the exterior         No   No
surfaces of BMT-4.
Perform blasting and painting of the Bryan Mound heat           No   No
exchangers and associated piping.

Perform a structural assessment of concrete structures at       No   No
the Big Hill Raw Water Intake Structure, The Big Hill Brine
Disposal Pump Pad and the Bryan Mound Raw Water
Intake Structure.
Perform a 360 degree internal high resolution instrumented      No   No    All SPR Sites
corrosion tool survey (smart survey) and a 360 degree
internal electronic caliper pig survey of raw water and
crude oil pipelines at all Strategic Petroleum Reserve sites
from 2010-2012.
Remove and dispose of the damaged roll-up door and              No   No
inspect the adjacent pedestrian door and nearby damaged
building components on Big Hill Building 802.
Clear standing vegetation at the Bryan Mound Site.              No   No

Replace all fiberglass covers and troughs on the traveling      No   No    West Hackberry
screens at the West Hackberry Raw Water Intake
Structure

Deactivation activities of the 105-R Reactor Building in R-     No   Yes   Aiken
Area including the 108-1R, 108-2R Engine Rooms and the
191-R Stand-by Pump House in preparation of Area
Closure. These activities are being conducted prior to the
decommissioning of the 105-R.
This activity is to provide utilities for 57 new office trailers   No   Yes   Aiken
being installed in B-Area near the old helipad, Building 612-
B. New asphalt will be placed over existing asphalted
parking lot. Domestic water and sanitary sewer lines will
be provided to 5 restroom trailers. Electrical and
telecommunications lines will be provided overhead to 57
trailers.
Support component of the American Recovery and                     No   Yes   Aiken
Reinvestment Act (ARRA) scope for transuranic (TRU)
Waste Disposition - All Non TRU Pad 1 Inventory. This
project will provide personnel weather shelters (shelters,
Mobile Mini) for personnel supporting the ARRA in E-Area
while new facilities are being constructed.

This activity installs 16 new office trailers and 2 new            No   Yes   Aiken
bathroom trailers in E-Area near the unpaved entrance
road to F-Area off of E Road. It also provides an overflow
asphalt parking area (2-3 acres) on a portion of the Burial
Grounds where the old F-H steam line is currently.

A 300,000-gallon firewater tank and an electric driven             No   Yes   Aiken
firewater pump and a diesel driven firewater pump are to
be installed between the 713-A and 713-1A pads. Existing
firewater pumps at 784-A are to be removed before the
784-A powerhouse is demolished (not by this project).

The Reactor ISD Grout Sample and Testing task supports             No   Yes   Aiken
the Reactor In situ Decommissioning Projects. The grout
sample preparation and testing activities will be performed
at the Civil Engineering Materials Testing Laboratory, 717-
5N. All testing activities will use current industry standards
and no hazardous and/or radiological materials will be used
during the sample preparation and testing.

An acidic plume emanating from the H-Area Seepage                  No   Yes   Aiken
Basins has caused the mobilization of metals and
radionuclides into the groundwater flowing toward Fourmile
Branch. Subsurface barriers have been constructed up
and down gradient of the seepage basins to mitigate the
release of tritium and metals to Fourmile Branch. Thirty-
one injection/monitoring wells will be installed to inject a
base solution to raise pH of groundwater.

The purpose of this project is to obtain data to determine if      No   Yes   Aiken
the source of the elevated tritium found in CDB-1 is from
the disassembly basin or part of the documented C-Area
tritium plume. In order to investigate possible sources of
tritium contamination in well CDB-1, up to 7 direct push
sampling holes (cone penetrometer technology) will be
completed near 105-C.

Installation of three groundwater monitoring wells and four        No   Yes   Aiken
borings for the M-Area Chemical Oxidation project at the M-
Area Southern Sector at the Savannah River Site.
Install additional injection wells in order to determine the     No   Yes   Aiken
most efficient delivery system for the silver chloride
solution.
The proposed action entails the scope of work to be              No   Yes   Aiken
performed to deactivate the F-Canyon Complex (FCC).
This project includes F-Canyon, FB-Line, and several
ancillary and support facilities. The project scope is
defined in the "F-Canyon Complex Deactivation Project
Plan" (V-PMP-F-00010, Rev. 5) or DPP.
Three monitoring wells will be installed around the Heavy        No   Yes   Aiken
Water Component Test Reactor (HWCTR, Building 770-U)
located in B-Area. The wells will be 135’ deep and 2‖
diameter. The wells will be installed using a rotosonic rig.
The area is not radiologically posted.

The existing Automated Fuel Management System is so              No   Yes   Aiken
antiquated that it can not be efficiently maintained because
spare parts do not exist and the manufacturer has
suspended technical support. Therefore, this system
requires replacement to maintain the tracking and
accountability of fuel assets required by the customer
(DOE and General Services Administration).
Install railroad spurs into P-Area Facility to new batch plant   No   Yes   Aiken
(see Energy Efficiency and Conservation ARRA-P-2009-
033) to support the closure activities of P and R Operable
Units.
Existing and essential services (service water pumps,            No   Yes   Aiken
electrical service, chemical treatment, etc.) located inside
784-A powerhouse must be relocated prior to D&D of the
powerhouse. This Energy Efficiency and Conservation is
for relocation and upgrade of these services.

Remove all trees and vegetation within the clearing limits of    No   Yes   Aiken
the P-Area Ash Basin (including the P-007 Outfall) and the
R-Area Ash Basin. The trees and vegetation at the two
Ash Basins will be chipped and transferred to the A-Area
Powerhouse. The trees and vegetation at the P-007
Outfall will remain inside the P-007 Outfall area.

Characterization (soil, sediment, and surface water              No   Yes   Aiken
sampling) will be performed at the G-Area Oil Seepage
Basin (761-13G).
Deactivation of the 235-F Complex is necessary to remove         No   Yes   Aiken
identified hazards, radiological held-up material and
radiologically contaminated equipment that pose a potential
risk to human health and the environment.
This activity is for addition of a covered inspection lane at    No   Yes   Aiken
the New Ellenton barricade (Barricade 2).
The domestic water line that feeds the Ford Building, 690-       No   Yes   Aiken
G, will be cut and capped near Road 3, eliminating all
domestic water service to the Ford Building.
Hand excavate, cut and grout one domestic water line and         No   Yes   Aiken
one plant air line.
Buildings 710-1B, -2B and -3B will be electrically              No   Yes   Aiken
deenergized by disconnecting the underground electrical
cable between the source pole and the buildings.

Four groundwater monitoring wells are to be installed           No   Yes   Aiken
around the Heavy Water Component Test Reactor
(HWCTR) in B Area. The wells will be screened at 135ft in
the water table aquifer.
This activity is to disconnect and abandon the domestic         No   Yes   Aiken
and fire water lines that feed Building 710-B. The headers
that the lines will be disconnected from will be capped with
blind flanges (or equivalent) and will continue in service.
The disconnect lines will be abandoned in place.

The domestic water line feeding Building 782-4G is to be        No   Yes   Aiken
cut and capped in preparation for building Decontamination
and Decommissioning. There are no waste units in this
area. Water line is approximately 3 to 6 feet below grade.

Remove all trees and vegetation within the clearing limits of   No   Yes   Aiken
the P-Area Ash Basin (including the P-007 Outfall) and the
R-Area Ash Basin. The trees and vegetation at the two
Ash Basins will be chipped and transferred to the A-Area
Powerhouse. The trees and vegetation at the P-007
Outfall will remain inside the P-007 Outfall area. Haul
approx. 450,000 cubic yards grading fill from Burma Road,
stockpile in P and R Areas to be used as grading fill.

Four locations (EBW-01 through EBW-04) at ECODS B3              No   Yes   Aiken
and B5 will be sampled using Cone Penetration Test.

Replace the existing grass lined channels with concrete         No   Yes   Aiken
lined channels and install geosynthetic drainage layer with
the geosynthetic clay liner from existing clay cap to the new
concrete channels.
A Area is located in the northeast portion of Savannah          No   Yes   Aiken
River Site. The Coal Pile Runoff Basin 788-3A (CPRB),
the Ash Pile 788-A and Outfall A-013 are located in the
southern portion of A Area, and the Outfall A-024 is located
on the northern edge of A Area. Pursuant to agreements
reached with the Core Team at a scoping meeting in May
2009, Area Completion Projects (ACP) will characterize the
surface soils, sediments, subsurface and groundwater at
the aforementioned subunits.

Building 713-4A will be electrically isolated by cutting the    No   Yes   Aiken
electrical conduit and line feeding the building.
Buildings (modular office trailers) 742-4A and 742-5A will      No   Yes   Aiken
be electrically isolated from the Site grid by cutting the
electrical conduits and lines feeding the buildings.
This activity is the electrical isolation of eight              No   Yes   Aiken
office/bathroom trailers and one handi-house. All are
located in 700-A Area. Some are inside the Savannah
River National Laboratory fence.
Box remediation (including Standard Large Boxes (SLB’s),          No   Yes   Aiken
Standard Waste Boxes (SWB’s), and/or B-25 Overpacks)
will be performed in the existing Mixed Waste Processing
Facility, located in the E-Area on TRU Pad 6. The above-
mentioned boxes to be remediated will be less than or
equal to one Pu-239 Equivalent Curie (PEC) and will be
opened and the internal items sorted/removed/corrected
and subsequently re-packaged or properly disposed of.

Firewater service to Building 690-N (the Ford Building) will      No   Yes   Aiken
be rendered unavailable by cutting and capping the
firewater header to the building. Preparation for excavation
and isolation will necessitate the removal of some existing
vegetation (pine tree) for the fire system isolation to
proceed. Additionally, all access points to the sanitary
sewer lines from inside Bldg. 690-N will be grouted closed.

This activity is to cut the steam supply header to 261-H          No   Yes   Aiken
Consolidated Incineration Facility, permanently removing
all steam supply to 261-H. The area supply side of the
severed header will be capped prior to returning steam
pressure to the remaining line.
This activity is for the cutting and capping of the fuel oil      No   Yes   Aiken
serving Building 690-N.
Substations 652-68G and 652-70G will be deenergized and           No   Yes   Aiken
isolated by cutting and grouting the conduit from the Site
electrical grid.
The following facilities will be isolated from the Site’s         No   Yes   Aiken
electrical grid: 782-6G, 782-7G, 782-10G, 782-12G, 782-
13G and 782-14G.
The fire water header to the 261-H Consolidated                   No   Yes   Aiken
Incinerator Facility (CIF) will be isolated in preparation for
Decontamination and Decommissioning of the CIF facility.
Five post indicator valves feeding fire lines to CIF from the
main fire water header will be removed and replaced with a
blind flange on the main header. This will completely
disconnect the CIF facility from any fire water service.

Install one injection well and three monitoring wells for the     No   Yes   Aiken
treatability study of injection of sodium persulfate for the M-
Area Chemical Oxidation (MACO) project.
Pave gravel road from Rd E to Gate 16 inside the Burial           No   Yes   Aiken
Ground Complex.
Sanitary Sewer Manhole Drain Line Isolation for Bldg. 261-        No   Yes   Aiken
H Consolidated Incineration Facility

This activity is for addition of a covered inspection lane at     No   Yes   Aiken
the New Ellenton barricade (Barricade 2).
Synthesize nanosize titanate-based materials that can be          No   Yes   Aiken
optimized for chemical/radiochemical separations,
innovative medical applications and photochemical-based
applications.
Cutting and removing a 6ft. x 4ft. section of a 4 inch thick      No   Yes   Aiken
reinforced floor slab in the 772-F fan room. Once removed
the excavation will continue into the soil, which is located
beneath the slab to a depth of 24 inches. Excavation will
be formed and poured with concrete for a new Off-Gas
Exhaust (OGE) fan foundation.

The purpose of the renovation of existing building 315-M is       No   Yes   Aiken
to provide proper storage of Cold War historical and/or
Archaeological Research Program artifacts and
documents. The area will include work areas for 3
personnel and a working curation room. The building has
approximately 27,264 sq. ft. floor space (one level) and will
require upgrades/modifications to the electrical, plumbing,
fire protection, and heating, ventilating, and air conditioning
equipment.
The Materials Technology Section is establishing scanning         No   Yes   Aiken
probe microscopy (SPM) and fuel cell / battery testing
capabilities in Hydrogen Research Technology Laboratory.
Initial SPM testing will be on metal coupons or polymer
specimens. Fuel cell and / or battery testing will be
completed on single cell proton exchange membranes.

The 105-C Transfer Bay will be used as the work area for          No   Yes   Aiken
the refurbishment and modification of several Savannah
River Site 70-Ton casks and the associated railcars. The
105-C Transfer Bay will be housekept and some support
equipment returned to service prior to start of work.

This activity is the hand excavation (<12‖ depth) of              No   Yes   Aiken
electrical line feeding Bldg 728-N, and the cutting of the
electrical line and conduit, and grouting of the cut conduit.

This activity is to isolate an inactive but, still pressurized,   No   Yes   Aiken
section of firewater header that serves the 185-3K cooling
tower. The isolation point is inside K-Area near the 192-2K
firewater pumphouse.
This activity covers general setup, maintenance and               No   Yes   Aiken
trouble-shooting of laser spectroscopy.

The aim of this work is to quantitatively examine the             No   Yes   Aiken
reactivity of common hydrogen storage materials to
environmental exposures of air, water, and mechanical
disturbances. The materials to be examined include (but
are not limited to) AlH3, LiBH4/MgH2, NH3BH3, activated
carbon materials, and aluminum nanopowder.
This Research and Development activity will investigate the       No   Yes   Aiken
use of inorganic-based ion exchangers for separating
americium and curium in spent nuclear fuel reprocessing
flowsheets. This activity will investigate the affinity of
inorganic and hybrid ion exchange materials to
exchange/adsorb fission products and actinides from acidic
solutions.
The use of Compact Mixer Pumps to clean waste tanks will          No   No    Aiken
be tested at the 85' diameter tank at TNX.
Sodium and lithium are present in most environmental                No   Yes   Aiken
samples. In seawater and some fresh water samples, the
sodium concentration can cause interferences for lithium
measurements by inductively coupled plasma mars
spectrometry (ICP-MS) analysis. A lithium separation
method that greatly reduced the amount of sodium would
be advantageous for ICP-MS analysis.
Identify water leak at 701-2L and make repairs.                     No   Yes   Aiken

This activity is to isolate the 773-71A restroom facility trailer   No   Yes   Aiken
from the sanitary sewer system.
This activity is to isolate two trailers from the sanitary sewer    No   Yes   Aiken
system. Building 740-7A is a restroom facility trailer and
740-16A is a lunch room facility trailer.
A Kaiser Optic Fourier Transform Raman (FT-Raman)                   No   Yes   Aiken
spectrometer will be use to shine a weak (0 - 400
megawatts) laser (785 nm) to 0.25 millimeter square area
of sample and then observed the scattered light. The
scattered light is detected, measured, and analyzed for
determining molecular composition of the sample.

Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) will be used to              No   Yes   Aiken
analyze particulate from inside two ~18‖ lengths of process
piping from the Tritium Extraction Facility (TEF).

Disposition of 2,700,000 gallons of water contained in the          No   Yes   Aiken
105-C Disassembly Basin (DB) by forced evaporation.

The object of the test is to test solubility of boron and           No   Yes   Aiken
gadolinium in nitric acid for a range of conditions. Nitric
acid from 0.3 to 5 M will be combined with Al(NO3)3
ranging from 1 to 3 M with either Gd(NO3)3 or boric acid
ranging from 1 to 5 g/L. Solutions will be held at constant
temperature (20 C) and will be observed for visible solids
potentially for several weeks. Solutions may be centrifuged
or filtered to aid in determining solids formation.

Southwestern Power Administration proposes to perform               No   No    Bull Shoals Dam
upgrades and/or replacements to electrical current carrying
equipment for the purposes of increasing the electrical
capacity at the Army Corps of Engineers Bull Shoals Dam
electrical substation.
Southwestern Power Administration proposes to re-clear              No   No
existing access road located within its transmission line
rights-of-way (Line 3005D, Structures 7-9)

Southwestern Power Administration proposes to perform               No   No
aerial saw tree trimming activities along transmission rights-
of-way 3001 and 3001C
Western Area Power Administration Upper Great Plains           No   No   Upper Great
Customer Service Region routinely conducts activities that               Plains Region
are part of the day-to-day operations of its facilities and
take place at all locations within its 6-State service area.
These actions do not vary from year-to-year, are
considered as individual actions and are not part of larger
or more extensive actions or programs.




Western Area Power Administration plans to replace the         No   No   Ogallala
existing Ogallala KYIA transformer rated at 12.5 Megavolt-
ampere with a new transformer rated at 25 Megavolt-
ampere.
Western Area Power Administration proposes to conduct          No   No   Fremont County
vegetation management activities within the 125-foot
transmission line right-of-way and perform maintenance on
existing access roads along the Boysen-Pilot Butte 115-
kilovolt transmission line in Fremont County, Wyoming.

Western Area Power Administration proposes to construct        No   No   Weld County
the new 115-kilovolt Willoby Substation in Weld County,
Colorado. The proposed substation would replace the
Prospect Valley Tap structures at the juncture of the
existing Kiowa Creek-Well 115-kilovolt Transmission line
and the Prospect Valley-Prospect Valley Tap 115-kilovolt
transmission line.
The purpose of Tank 8D-4 Liquid Decontamination System         No   No   West Valley
is to remove cesium-137 from liquids stored in the tank.

This project would install two new vacuum pumps with the       No   No   Oak Ridge
associated mechanical and electrical components.
This project would provide redundant booster pumps and         No   No   Oak Ridge
enclosure on the west side of Building 9767-10 to boost the
chilled water pressure.
This project would transfer waste generated, characterized     No   No   Oak Ridge
and packaged by B&W to Navarro-Gem, who would then
ship waste to the appropriate waste facility designated by
B&W. The waste will already be contained in Department
of Transportation compliant packaging.
This project would recover/recycle or dispose of an           No   No    Oak Ridge
identified inventory of legacy Compressed Gas Cylinders.

This project would design, procure, install and test an Air   No   No    Oak Ridge
Handling System and the associated controls and duct
work on the roof of a process building.
This project would install radio equipment and cameras on     No   No    Oak Ridge
power poles and run power drops to equipment.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants               No   Yes
application for: Commercial Energy Efficiency Retrofit
Program, Development and Implementation of
Transportation Programs, Energy Efficiency and
Conservation Programs for Buildings and Facilities, Traffic
Signals and Street Lighting.
PPG Industries, Inc will be conducting a materials            No   Yes
investigation and fabrication methodology for the
enhancement of wind turbine fiberglass materials.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant                No   Yes
application for: Development of Energy Conservation and
Greenhouse Gas Inventory Scoping Plan, Residential
Energy Audit Incentive Program, Building Management
System, Solar Photovoltaic Systems, Energy Efficiency
upgrades to Westchester County Center Building,
Development of a Web Based Greenhouse Gas Reporting
Program, Targeted Energy Performance Improvements.

Sandia National Laboratories/California (SNL/CA) plans to     No   No    Livermore
improve the eastern section of East Avenue to enable
controlled visitor access to the Combustion Research
Facility (CRF) Complex from the east side of the SNL/CA
site.
Sandia National Laboratories staff will travel to Oak Ridge   No   No    Oak Ridge
National Laboratory (ORNL) to perform neutron imaging                    National
measurements of vessels containing metal hydrides.                       Laboratory

Sandia National Laboratories/New Mexico Atmospheric           No   No    Barrow
Radiation Measurement (ARM) Climate Research Facility
(ACRF) Program, proposes to perform instrument
upgrades or additions at the DOE ACRF at Barrow, Alaska.

Sandia National Laboratories/New Mexico (SNL/NM)              No   No    Albuquerque
Computing Systems & Technology Integration proposes to
install photovoltaic (Photovoltaic) panels to increase the
use of renewable energy and offset energy costs.

Sandia National Laboratories/New Mexico Building              No   No    Albuquerque
Operations - Area I North proposes to renovate and
reconfigure the Modal Lab, Room 111, in Building 860.
This renovation would include removing the centrifuge and
filling the pit with gravel.
Sandia National Laboratories/New Mexico proposes to           No   No    Albuquerque
perform research, development, and testing for advanced
mechanical penetration technologies for work-for-others
customers.
Sandia National Laboratories/New Mexico proposes to              No   No    Albuquerque
conduct, institute, organize, and/or field offsite training
exercises and courses. The courses would take place
offsite at customer-requested locations, including, but not
limited to, Department of Defense, Department of Justice,
and Other Government Agency bases, institutions, and
directed locations.
Sandia National Laboratories/New Mexico Building                 No   No    Albuquerque
Operations - Area I North proposes to renovate the north
half of Building 860, 2nd floor, to update the offices with
new cubicles, power, communications, and light switching.

Sandia National Laboratories/New Mexico Energy, Climate,         No   No    Barrow
and Atmospheric Management Department and the
Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Climate
Research Facility (ACRF) Program, propose to perform an
instrument addition at the DOE ACRF at Barrow, Alaska.

Sandia National Laboratories/New Mexico proposes to              No   No    Albuquerque
remove unneeded and excess test structures at the
National Solar Thermal Test Facility (NSTTF).
Sandia National Laboratories/New Mexico proposes to              No   No    Albuquerque
prepare aqueous solutions of Na2S.9H2O (sodium sulfide
nonahydrate) in an anoxic glove box, and combine the
solution with aqueous solutions of iron/lead, to synthesize
iron/lead sulfide minerals. The solubility of these minerals
in brine would be measured.
Sandia National Laboratories/New Mexico proposes to              No   No    Socorro
perform site characterization and coring activities as part of
research for advanced mechanical penetration
technologies for work-for-others customers.
Sandia National Laboratories/New Mexico proposes to              No   No    Albuquerque
perform testing of a customer-supplied detector, to
evaluate the ability of the detector to measure natural
background cosmic radiation (muons). In addition to the
earth overburden on the Bldg. 970 tunnel, various articles
would be used as radiation shielding.
Sandia National Laboratories Carlsbad Programs Group             No   No    Carlsbad
proposes to continue facilities operations at the National
Parks Highway buildings (NPHA and NPHB).
Phononic Devices is commercializing advanced                     No   Yes
thermoelectric semiconductor materials and devices
designed to convert waste heat from industrial and
commercial processes into usable electric power and
cooling. Despite the national security risks and pollution
concerns associated with fossil fuel consumption, the
Department of Energy estimates that 50-60% of all the
energy consumed in the US per year is wasted as heat.
Thermoelectric designs that efficiently capture and utilize
this waste heat are an intense area of research and
investment interest.
Project seeks to achieve ≈ 2% sunlight to chemical fuel        No   Yes
conversion efficiency via carbon dioxide reduction,
reducing greenhouse gases, enhancing energy security,
and helping to restore scientific leadership within the U.S.

Project seeks to bring down barriers to market penetration     No   Yes
for Crystalline silicon, the only technology capable of
meeting the three criteria necessary for photovoltaics (PV)
to reach terawatt scale to meet ARPA-E targets for energy
generation, emissions reductions, and US jobs.

UTRC proposes to develop a synthetic analogue/polymer          No   Yes
thin film and evaluate its performance and durability for
CO2 separation in a flue gas environment (TRL2 → TRL3),
in an effort to greatly improve carbon capture with the
lowest incremental cost of electricity.

Develop new battery chemistries based on rechargeable          No   Yes
metal-air cathodes, metallic anodes and ionic liquid
electrolytes that will revolutionize rechargeable energy
storage and will result in transformative advances in energy
density, cycle life, sustainability, and cost.

General Motors (GM) proposes a shape memory alloys             No   Yes
(SMA) heat engine that incorporates recent, major
advances in SMA with new integration methods and
mechanical designs in an effort to move SMA heat engine
technology to a practical system for mass efficient energy
harvesting from waste heat.
This project seeks to develop solid-state electrochromic       No   Yes
(EC) film on plastic substrates in order to reduce EC
window cost in support of net-zero energy buildings.
Successful completion of the proposed effort will reduce
investor risk and motivate industry led strategic
partnerships to commercialize EC film. New actively
controlled smart windows could dramatically reduce energy
lost through windows by reducing heating and cooling
loads and minimize overhead lighting use.

This work will develop high flux/selectivity membranes for     No   Yes
efficient separation of CO2 from the industrial emission
streams.
The goal of this early stage R&D project is to develop a        No   Yes
novel single-step catalytic biomass pyrolysis process with
high carbon conversion efficiency to produce stable bio-
crude with low oxygen content (<10%). Integrating this
transformational technology in the existing domestic
petroleum refining infrastructure can be an economically
attractive option for second generation biofuels production
because hydrogen demand for hydroprocessing would be
significantly lower. This technology, once fully
commercialized, has the potential to reduce the demand
for imported petroleum (thus enhancing national security)
and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by displacing fossil
fuel with biofuels while creating new jobs in the developing
biofuels industry, particularly in rural areas of the United
States.

Envia Systems, in partnership with Argonne National             No   Yes
Laboratory, proposes to develop and scaleup high energy
density lithium ion batteries using nano silicon-carbon
composite anodes and high capacity manganese rich
layered-layered composite cathodes, making widespread
adoption of plug-in-hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) and
electric vehicles (EVs) possible.
Delphi Automotive Systems LLC (Delphi) and International        No   Yes
Rectifier (IR) seek to develop revolutionary technologies
required for more efficient, compact, and cost-effective
power conversion, specifically to reduce U.S. dependence
on imported oil, as well as to reduce the use of fossil fuels
contributing to the build-up of greenhouse gases globally.

Project proposes a novel technology, electric field swing       No   Yes
adsorption (EFSA), for the reversible adsorption/desorption
of gases using electrically conducting high-surface area
solid sorbents. The technique uses applied electric
potentials (up to 1 kV) to control the surface interaction
between gas molecules and an electrically conducting
sorbent material, such as nanoporous carbon. The key
transformative aspect of EFSA is that it alters the
thermodynamic properties of the sorbent material itself,
allowing selection of adsorption or desorption behavior
across a wide range of conditions (temperature, pressure,
concentration), which may be more difficult or costly to
change. This project's target application for this technology
is carbon dioxide capture from point sources such as coal-
fired power plants, where the energy efficiency of the EFSA
technique has the potential for drastically reduced parasitic
load compared with current carbon capture methodologies,
which could significantly lower the cost of carbon-free
electrical power in the short term. A key technical objective
is the exploration of the influence of electric fields on the
gas sorption properties of electrically conducting high
NanOasis proposes to utilize carbon nanotubes (CNTs) to         No   Yes
make industrially-scalable reverse osmosis (RO)
membranes having a performance improvement that could
transform desalination and wastewater reuse, and produce
dramatic energy savings. We target a ten-fold permeability
increase compared to today’s commercial state-of-the-art,
resulting in a 30-50% energy savings, up to 90% reduced
membrane utilization, 10-23% lower capital cost for new
plants because of smaller footprint, and hence a reduction
in the total cost of water by as much as 40%. The potential
annual energy savings in 2016 is more than 20TWh,
corresponding to the avoidance of more than 12 million
metric tons of CO2 emissions per year. Over 10 years,
290TWh could be saved corresponding to 177 million tons
of CO2. This technology development would directly and
indirectly create several thousand new jobs, helping the
U.S. regain technology leadership in the area of water
treatment. NanOasis was founded to commercialize the
pioneering CNT membrane research conducted by Dr.
Jason K. Holt while at the DOE’s Lawrence Livermore
National Lab. In this ARPA-E R&D project, NanOasis will
further refine this fabrication process to achieve the ten-
The transformative concept of this research program is to       No   Yes
use cyanobacteria as biocatalysts using solar energy and
CO2 to produce fatty acids that the cyanobacteria secrete,
without major increases in cyanobacterial biomass. Fatty
acids are then used for fuel production. Therefore, a major
part of the absorbed solar energy and fixed CO2 will be
used for fuel production rather than for biomass
production, and energy losses are kept to a minimum. This
research program will yield a path toward very efficient
solar energy conversion to fuel, and at scale that will have
a significant impact on environmentally responsible,
domestic production of liquid transportation fuels.

The technical objective of this project is to develop and       No   Yes
master a series of technologies to prepare/produce the
commercialization-ready high-performance quarternary
phosphorium (QP)-based hydroxide exchange membranes
(HEMs) that have high hydroxide conductivity, outstanding
alkaline-stability, suitable dimension-stability, and high
hydroxide exchange membrane fuel cell (HEMFC)
performance. This project will help the US maintain,
unquestionably, the technological lead in developing and
deploying advanced energy technologies. If successful, the
technology will save at least 163 million barrels of gasoline
consumption and eliminate about 60 million metric tons of
CO2 emission every year.
Flathead Electric Cooperative (FEC) has requested a new         No   No   Flathead County,
230-kilovolt (kV) point of delivery at Bonneville Power                   Township 29
Administration's (BPA's) Flathead Substation to serve                     North, Range 21
FEC's new 230/69-kV transformer and 69-kV system                          West, Section 30
upgrades. FEC is upgrading their 34.5-kV sub-
transmission system to 69-kV operation to serve continued
load growth in the greater Kalispell, Montana area. In order
to accomodate this request, BPA proposes to expand the
Flathead Substation yard to convert and existing bay (BAY
#15) to connect FEC's new transformer and relocate the
equipment from the converted bay to a new bay (Bay #16).

Bonneville Power Administration proposes to install             No   No   Grant County
Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)
upgrades at the United States Army Corps of Engineers'
Bonneville 115-kilovolt (kV) Switchyard, and the United
States Bureau of Reclamation's Grand Coulee 115-kV, 230-
kV, and 500-kV Switchyards and Hungry Horse 230-kV
Switchyards. The SCADA upgrade at each switchyard will
provide BPA the system monitoring and control necessary
to meet North American Electric Reliability Corporation
standards as registered Transmission Operator for these
facilities.

Bonneville Power Administration plans to upgrade revenue        No   No   Lane County
metering at Central Lincoln People's Utility District's
(Central Lincoln) Florence and Berrydale Substations to
115-kilovolt (kV). Bonneville will retire the 12.5-kV revenue
metering at Central Lincoln's Florence, Berrydale, and
Heceta Beach Substations once acceptance tests of the
new 115-kV metering at Florence and Berrydale
Substations are completed.
Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) proposes to install       No   No   Tillamook County,
a new 115-kilovolt (kV) substation terminal at Bay 6 of                   Township 1 South,
BPA's Tillamook Substation in order to accommodate                        Range 9 West,
Tillamook Public Utility District's (PUD's) request to                    Section 30
interconnect its new Oceanside 115-kV transmission line.
Relay and metering devices will compose the new terminal
at Bay 6 where BPA will connect the last span of Tillamook
PUD's new Oceanside 115-kV line.

The proposed project is a result of an interconnection          No   No   Deschutes
request that was made by Baseload Energy, Inc., to                        County, Township
interconnect onto the Federal Columbia River                              22 South, Range
Transmission System. This interconnection request would                   31 East, Section
accommodate a High Altitude Wind Generation Turbine                       10
that would generate up to 8 megawatts of harvested wind
power.
Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) and WM                       No   No    Riverbend Landfill
Renewable Energy, LLC (WRE) are intering into a                               Generation Project
Balancing Authority Area Service Agreement. WRE's                             and Bonneville
Riverbend Landfill Generation Project will be dynamically                     Power
scheduled to Seattle City Light's Balancing Authority (BAA)                   Administration’s
but interconnected to BPA's BAA. BPA will install metering                    McMinnville 115-
equipment at BPA's McMinnville 115-kilovolt Substation.                       kilovolt Substation,
                                                                              Yamhill

Bonneville Power Administration proposes to expand the             No   No    Clatsop County
existing Driscoll Substation to accommodate a 115-kilovolt
(kV) ring bus and rebuild 2.5 miles of the Allston-Astoria
Number 1 (No.1) line to double circuit to facilitate looping
the Allston-Astoria No.1 and Naselle Tap lines into the
Driscoll Substation in Clatsop County, Oregon. Currently
the Allston-Astoria No.1 and Naselle Tap 115-kV lines form
a three-terminal line with eight taps.

The proposed project includes construction and operation           No   No    Washington
of Communication (Clearwire) wireless facilities on the                       County, Township
Keeler-Oregon City #2 transmission line, at tower 9/2 in                      1 South, Range 1
Washington County, Oregon. Clearwire is interested in                         West, Section 5
locating three panel antennas and three microwave dishes
atop the 79 foot tower. Coaxial cables will run to a support
cabinet mounted on an at-grade 7 feet by 7 feet concrete
slab within and existing T-Mobile fenced area. All
construction activities will occur within a previously
disturbed, fenced-in area within the existing Bonneville
Power Administration right-of-way.

Central Lincoln Public Utility District is installing a new 115-   No   No    Douglas County,
kilovolt line as a backup power source for its Reedsport                      Township 21
Substation. In order to accommodate this request,                             North, Range 12
Bonneville Power Administration proposes to modify                            West, Sections 4,
infrastructure within its existing Gardiner, Tahkenitch, and                  13, 15
Reedsport substations.
The proposed project involves construction of the first            No   No    California State
educational astronomical observatory in southern                              University
California. The Department of Energy funds, when joined
with other contributed funding, will support the construction
of two domed structures and the public restroom facility on
Little Badger Hill on the California State University San
Bernardino campus.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant. The                No   Yes   San Jacinto
applicant plans to use funding for this activity to replace 15
street lights in the City with solar-powered LED (light-
emitting diode) light heads and related hardware.
The American Planning Association will research, write,            No   No
and publish a guidebook entitled "Community Planning
Strategies for Successful Wind Energy Implementation".
This guidebook will provide technical assistance and
guidance to wind energy planners and future developers.
GENCO Infrastructure Solutions, Inc. has Department of            No   Yes   Charlotte
Energy American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding
available to support the construction of a hydrogen fueling
storage and dispensing system for fuel cell-powered lift-
trucks at Coca Cola Bottling Plant in Charlotte, North
Carolina. Funding will be used for the purchase of 40 Plug
Power GenDrive Class-1 systems, installation of the units
on new lift trucks, installation of the hydrogen fueling
infrastructure, and the daily operation of the lift trucks and
infrastructure. Data collection and evaluations will also be
ongoing throughout the project.

GENCO Infrastructure Solutions, Inc. has Department of            No   Yes   Pottsville
Energy American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding
available to support the construction of a hydrogen fueling
storage and dispensing system for fuel cell-powered lift-
trucks at the Wegmans grocery retail service and
distribution center in Pottsville, Pennsylvania. Funding will
be used for the purchase of 136 Plug Power GenDrive
(100 Class-3 systems and 36 Class-2 systems) systems,
installation of the units onto lift trucks, installation of the
hydrogen fueling infrastructure at the Wegmans' facility,
and the daily operation of the lift trucks and infrastructure.
Data collection and evaluations will also be ongoing
throughout the project.

Seafreeze, Inc. would use Department of Energy funding            No   No
for the following tasks: 1. Engineering Feasibility Study; 2.
Freezer Door Upgrades; 3. Install Dock Leveler Seals; 4.
Install Evaporator Fan Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs);
5. Install Fast Acting Doors; 6. Install ER3 Compressor
VFD; 7. Install EF2 Compressor VFD; 8. Refrigeration
System Suction Re-piping; 9. Replace Processing Lighting;
10. Replace Warehouse Lighting; 11. General
Administration of the Loan Agreement; 12. Project
Management related to these tasks.

Washington's Department of Commerce would use                     No   No
Department of Energy funding to fund projects in this
Market Title and those projects will be bounded in
compliance with the uploaded and signed template
Sprint Communications Company L.P. would use                      No   Yes
Department of Energy funding to demonstrate the
economic and operational viability of utilizing fuel cells to
provide backup power for mission-critical communication
sites that require 72-hours of autonomous operation. Sprint
will deliver, install, and operate 260 new hydrogen Polymer
Electrolyte Membrane fuel cell systems, 330 on site
refillable medium pressure hydrogen storage systems ( in
support of 260 new sites and 70 existing sites), and
provide periodic performance reports from the operating
systems. The systems will be either 4/5 kilowatt (kW) or
10kW systems.
This project is for the commissioning of a temporary mobile         No   No
mini-SODAR (sonic detection and ranging) acoustic wind
profiler unit (a trailer) associated with a National
Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) meteorological
tower to be installed at the Naval Station Newport in Rhode
Island.
ReliOn will manufacture and install hydrogen fuel-cell              No   Yes
backup-power systems within various existing AT&T
Mobility wireless telecommunications facilities. The
proposed Fuel Cells, provided by ReliOn, will operate
intermittently to provide emergency power backup to the
existing cell tower sites.
Oklahoma's Department of Commerce would pass                        No   Yes   Frederick
Department of Energy (DOE) State Energy Program funds
to the Community Action Development Corporation.
Community Action Development Corporation would use
DOE funding for implementing energy efficiency upgrades
at its Head Start Center located at 521 E. Gladstone in
Frederick, OK. This project would fund equipment to
implement energy conservation measures, reduce energy
costs, and provide a quality environment for the children
and staff.
Oklahoma's Department of Commerce would pass                        No   Yes   Tulsa
Department of Energy (DOE) share funding to Metropolitan
Tulsa Transit Authority ("MTTA"). MTTA would use DOE
funding to pay for the incremental cost of purchasing up to
14 CNG (compressed natural gas) buses and conversion
of 30 existing buses from diesel to CNG.

Oklahoma's Department of Commerce would pass                        No   No
Department of Energy (DOE) share funding to the Public
Service Company of Oklahoma ("PSO"). PSO would use
DOE funding for a revolving loan fund, which could fund
installation of 10,000 gridSMART meters. The gridSMART
meters will be the same size as the existing meters and will
fit into the existing meter box at or on the facility. There will
be no additional wiring needed for installation of the
gridSMART meters.
Oklahoma's Department of Central Service, Fleet                     No   Yes
Management Division would use Department of Energy
funding for 105 Fleet Vehicle CNG (compressed natural
gas) Conversions. The Department of Central Services
would perform 105 total (75 sedans and 30 pickup trucks)
alternative fuel vehicle conversions during the three-year
grant period.
Oklahoma's Department of Commerce would pass                        No   Yes   University of
Department of Energy (DOE) share funding to the Board of                       Oklahoma at
Regents of the University of Oklahoma. The Board of                            Norman
Regents would use DOE funding to construct covered
storage and charging stations for 8 electric utility vehicles
on the University's Norman Campus. These stations will
have 5 kilowatt photovoltaic array and any energy not
utilized in charging the vehicles will be fed back into the
University's power grid.
Kentucky's Department of Local Government ("DLG") will          No   No
administer the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block
Grants (EECBG) Program for the state of Kentucky. DLG
would pass through Department of Energy funding to sub-
recipients for the implementation of Kentucky's "Small
Cities and Counties Initiative." All projects under this
Initiative are bounded in compliance with the uploaded and
signed EECBG Template for Expedited National
Environmental Policy Act review.
Dehlsen Associates will be using Department of Energy           No   No
funding to identify and approach for siting and designing
marine renewable energy facilities (including transmission
cables) along the Florida Coast, that will satisfy regulatory
and resource management agency requirements that
impacts to protected resources be avoided or minimized by
a thorough analysis of alternative sites and installation
methods. A parallel study will also be conducted that will
help develop a complete mapping of benthic habitat types
in the areas of most interest to future developers.

The University of North Florida proposes to use                 No   No   University of North
Department of Energy and cost share funding to examine                    Florida
and implement improvements in performance, durability,
manufacturability, and cost to the PolyFuel membrane
electrode assemblies. The propsoed work includes
optimizing membranes through post-processing, examining
alternate membrane chemistries and composite membrane
strategies, and improving membrane electrode stability and
performance.
University of Florida would use Department of Energy            No   No   University of
funding to develop a direct methanol fuel cell power supply               Florida
for mobile computing. Tasks 1-5 would focus on balance of
plant and packaging advances through component
miniaturization and integration leading to advances in both
power and energy density of the prototype power supply for
portable computing. Task 6 would involve project
management.
The San Francisco Department of the Environment will use        No   No   San Francisco
Department of Energy and cost share funding to develop
and further augment solar programs for the City. Project
activities will include developing a sustainable financing
program; developing and implementing a commercial solar
power purchase agreement (PPA) model; developing and
implementing a solar PPA model to put solar on schools;
and supporting the development of a solar financing
program for affordable housing.

The City of San Diego will use Department of Energy and         No   No   San Diego
cost share funding to improve crisis response capability
and enhance energy security through the installation of a
solar photovoltaic system with an energy storage system.
Additional activities would not involve analyzing four City-
owned Multifamily Affordable Housing buildings for the
potential for solar retrofitting and net metering.
Pennsylvania State University (PSU) will be using               No   No    Pennsylvania
Department of Energy (DOE) and cost share funding to                       State University
establish a competitive DOE/PSU Fellowship Program to
support graduate student research that is directly relevant
to the hydropower industry. Some funding will be directed
to American Hydro Corporation who will serve as Penn
State's industry partner. They will provide technical advice
and turbine geometries, to assist in the student's work.



Jadoo's objective for this project is to develop and            No   Yes
demonstrate their specialized integrated solid oxide fuel
mobile power system. They will purchase two portable
1000 watt solid oxide fuel cell generators from Delphi
Automotive, develop and demonstrate an
electromechanical liquid propane fuel interface, deploy the
units for off-grid demonstrations, and collect/report data on
the overall performance of the units.
The City of San Jose would use Department of Energy             No   Yes   San Jose
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding to
implement strategies to foster community involvement in
activities that will spur solar market penetration. Key
objectives of the Project are to: provide coordinated
education and outreach activities on energy financing
strategies to property owners; increase awareness of the
viability and range of solar technologies and opportunities
by ensuring the community has a mixture of hands-on and
other educational opportunities; and increase available
resources for green collar workforce training.

The City of New Orleans would use Department of Energy          No   Yes   New Orleans
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding to
implement a renewable energy financing district and
perform education to the public on how to best use the new
transferable state renewable energy tax credits. Activities
under this project would include implementing a plan for
New Orleans' proposed sustainable energy financing
district; identifying stakeholders; conducting a demand
analysis; conducting public outreach; and project
management.
The City of Madison would use Department of Energy              No   No    Madison
funding to develop a Community Solar System ownership
program, target marketing solar to businesses, and
develop a Solar Business Center. Activities would include
developing feasibility models for the city; developing
regulatory practices; establishing marketing plans;
developing a solar computer database; conducting
promotional events; creating training materials on solar
technology; developing and promoting solar business
models; conducting solar assessments; and planning for
the development and construction of a Solar Business
Center.
The California Community Colleges, Board of Governors            No   No
will be using Department of Energy funding to create a
state-wide standardized training curriculum and
certification for Solar Photovoltaic and Solar Heating and
Cooling Instructors for both California and Hawaii. Activities
will include curriculum development; conduct Train-the-
Trainer events; participate in the National Consortium for
Solar Installer Instructor Training; and convene with
national and regional experts in solar training to share
model curricula, lessons learned, and best practices.

The University of Central Florida will use Department of         No   Yes   University of
Energy American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding                       Central Florida
to establish a geographic network that will offer training
programs in solar across the southeastern region of the
United States.
Board of Regents, Nevada System of Higher Education, on          No   No
behalf of University of Nevada, Reno (UNR) would
characterize the structural controls of Enhanced
Geothermal Systems Candidate and conventional
geothermal reservoris in the Great Basin. The field work
would take place in Eastern, Central, and Western Nevada.
The lab work would take place at UNR in Reno, Nevada.

Salt Lake Community College will use Department of               No   Yes
Energy American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding
to expand the availability of qualified Solar Photovoltaic and
Solar Heating and Cooling (SHC) instructors within a
western multi-state region.
Utah State University will be using Department of Energy         No   Yes
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding to
evaluate the feasibility of deriving local wind vector fields
from 3D imagery of atmospheric aerosol concentrations
(atmospheric particulates) collected via an advanced lidar
measuring system.
The City of Tuscon will use Department of Energy                 No   Yes   Tuscon
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding to
implement three Special Projects that involve key
stakeholders, utilities and private partners. These three
projects and activities include: 1. Identify and utilize all
possible sources of solar funds: develop and implement
financing mechanisms for solar systems on city facilities; 2.
Integrate solar into planning and green building initiatives;
3. Establish and operate a solar central clearinghouse that
provides education, information and referral services.

The Hydro Research Foundation will be using Department           No   No
of Energy funding to establish a competitive Hydro
Fellowship Program to support graduate student research
and academic interest in research and careers in
conventional and/or pumped-storage hydropower.
The City of North Little Rock's Electrical department would   No   Yes   North Little Rock
use Department of Energy American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act funding to research, purchase and install
an automated intake clearing devise, a large wood grinder
and associated equipment for their hydroelectric
generation facility. This facility is located at the Murray
Lock and Dam #7, on the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River
Navigation System, in North Little Rock, Arkansas.

Colorado School of Mines (CSM) would develop a                No   No    Colorado School
comprehensive and efficient reservoir simulator for                      of Mines, Golden
modeling multiphase, multidimensional fluid and heat flow
with the effect of rock deformation and chemical reactions
in the Enhanced Geothermal Systems geothermal
reservoir. The lab work would take place at the CSM,
Division of Engineering, Geotechnical Laboratories in
Rooms 149 and 164 in Golden, Colorado.

Connecticut's Office of Policy and Management will            No   Yes
administer the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block
Grant (EECBG) Program for the state of Connecticut. The
Office of Policy and Management would pass through
Department of Energy funding to sub-recipients for the
implementation of the EECBG program. All projects and
recipients under this Initiative are bounded in compliance
with the uploaded and signed EECBG Template for
Expedited National Environmental Policy Act review.

Colorado School of Mines (CSM) would develop a                No   No    Colorado School
modeling system for Enhanced Geothermal Systems                          of Mines, Golden
(EGS). The project would produce a computer model,
which could be used in the planning and design of
stimulation techniques to create engineered reservoirs for
EGS. The lab work would take place at the CSM, Division
of Engineering, Geotechnical Laboratories in Rooms 149
and 164 in Golden, Colorado
Ohio State University will use Department of Energy           No   Yes   Ohio State
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding to study                  University
the micro-pitting phenomena observed in gear and bearing
components of wind turbine gear boxes.
The Idaho Office of Energy Resources would perform            No   Yes
scoping audits and subsequent energy efficiency upgrades
in their K-12 existing school building under the State
Energy Program program American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act funding. The primary purpose of this
project is to reduce energy bills in K-12 school districts
statewide, thereby avoiding the cost of purchased energy.

Arthur Mansure would complete an Energy Returned on           No   No
Investment for electric power production of Engineered
Geothermal Systems. The framework established and
methodology would apply to hydrothermal, low-
temperature, direct heat, co-produced fluids, and heat
pump utilization of geothermal resources.
This project is for the installation and operation of a         No   No   Altus Air Force
meteorological (met) tower on the United States Altus Air                 Base
Force Base, Oklahoma. A National Renewable Energy
Laboratory contractor would install a meteorological (met)
tower (34 meters high) at the Altus Air Force Base for 12
months. Data collected from the met tower anemometers,
vanes and temperature sensors would be used to provide
a feasibility study for wind potential at the site.

Energy Center of Wisconsin would demonstrate the                No   No
potential benefits of hybrid geothermal heat pump systems
by gathering data on existing systems throughout all
seasons of the year and using it to refine and enhance
tools for heating and cooling system designers and
engineers (no construction would take place).

Oregon's Department of Energy would use United States           No   No
Department of Energy funding for the following activities in
public buildings: Energy-efficient Heating, Ventilation, and
Air-Conditioning systems; Energy-efficient lighting systems;
Energy-efficient refrigeration equipment; Premium efficient
motors; Energy-efficient windows and doors; Insulation;
Weather stripping and sealing; Duct testing and sealing;
Energy efficient water heating systems; Installation of small
biomass boiler systems; Installation of small solar
photovoltaic systems; Installation of small solar thermal
systems; Installation of ground source heat pumps; Energy-
efficient retro-commissioning; Energy-efficient appliances


Washington's Office of Energy Independence would pass           No   No   Portage
Department of Energy funding to Cardinal Glass Industries,
Corporation. Cardinal Glass's facility in Portage, WI would
use a $500,000 State Energy Program loan to purchase
the following equipment: an x-ray fluorescence
spectrometer; firnace sidewall and bottom cooling systems.

Wisconsin's Office of Energy Independence would pass            No   No   Milwaukee
Department of Energy (DOE) funding to Helios, USA, LLC.
Helios USA's office in Milwaukee, Wisconsin would use a
$1 million State Energy Program loan to purchase the
following equipment: stringer assembler, a laminator, a
flash tester, a forklift, and computers. Helios USA would
also use DOE funding for: working capital.

Wisconsin's Office of Energy Independence would pass            No   No   Milwaukee
Department of Energy funding to Nature Tech. Nature
Tech's facility in Milwaukee, Wisconsin would use a
$800,000 State Energy Program loan for receivable,
payroll, and the following inventory: recycled newspaper,
plastic liners and bags, fire retardant for the insulation.
Wisconsin's Office of Energy Independence would pass         No   No    Portage
Department of Energy funding to Renewegy, LLC.
Renewegy's facility in Portage, Wisconsin would use a
$525,000 State Energy Program loan for inventory
including generators and actuators for 20 kilowatt wind
turbine and the assembly line hoist and electronic
dynomometers for the product launch phase.
Wisconsin's Office of Energy Independence would pass         No   No    Menomonie Falls
Department of Energy (DOE) funding to ZBB, Inc. ZBB,
Inc. is a public corporation headquartered in Menomonie
Falls, Wisconsin. ZBB, Inc. would use a $1.3 million State
Energy Program loan to purchase the following equipment
for their facility: two friction welders, storage shelves,
workbenches, and computers. ZBB, Inc. would also use
DOE funding for: working capital, receivables, payroll and
inventory. Inventory would consist of parts and materials
for the storage devices (batteries).

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: Fuel-    No   Yes   Stark County
Efficient Fleet Purchasing, Green Office Practices
Program, Programmable Thermostat Rebate Program,
Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan Program, Small Local
Governments Retrofit Program, Sustainable Development
Planning, County Building Retrofits.
This proposed project is a contract with the Environmental   No   No    Deadwood
Protection Agency to install a meteorological (met) tower
(60 meters high) at the Gilt Edge Superfund Site near
Deadwood, South Dakota for 18 months. Data collected
from the met tower anemometers, wind vanes and
temperature and barometric sensors would be used for
data collection, analyzing, and mainaining data.

The City of Santa Rosa, California, will use Department of   No   Yes   Santa Rosa
Energy American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding
to establish a Clean Energy Advocate pilot program within
Santa Rosa and Sonoma Counties. The goals of this
project will be to provide an independent non-commercial
advocate to assist property owners in navigating the
renewable energy, energy efficiency, and water
conservation retrofit process.
Pennsylvania State University will use Department of         No   Yes   Pennsylvania
Energy American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding                   State University
to develop Solar Photovoltaic and Solar Hot Water Train-
the Trainer programming targeted to teach professionals at
Community Colleges, Universities, and training centers in
Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and West Virginia.

The North Carolina Solar Center will use Department of       No   Yes   North Carolina
Energy American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding                   State University
to develop Solar Photovoltaic and Solar Hot Water Train-
the Trainer program which will leverage their network of
partners and experience in the solar industry and serve as
a train-the-trainer center for the Mid-Atlantic region.
Jemez Pueblo would complete a Geothermal Energy study           Yes   No    Jemez Pueblo
on the Jemez Pueblo reservation. The goal of this project                   reservation
is to research and develop possible geothermal energy
sources on the Jemez Pueblo reservation. Field work
would take place on the Jemez Pueblo reservation in New
Mexico.
This project proposes to develop a cost-effective microhole     No    Yes   Tulsa
drilling and completion technology with the Flash Abrasive
Slurry Jet (ASJ) system and optimize it to maximize the
efficiency of fluid circulation and heat removal for
Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS). The proposed
approach is expected to address the key obstacles that
currently prevent EGS from becoming a technically
feasible, commercially viable major contributor for
electricity generation, namely: (1) reduce costs for drilling
and well completion and (2) increase the volume of hot
rock from which heat can be extracted.

Alabama's Department of Economic and Community                  No    Yes
Affairs will administer the Energy Efficiency and
Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program for the State
of Alabama. Alabama would pass through Department of
Energy funding to sub-recipients for the implementation of
the EECBG Program.
Science Applications International Corporation and              No    No    San Diego
Geowatt would develop an advanced
stimulation/production predictive model for enhanced
geothermal systems (EGS). The project would produce a
computer model, which could be used in the planning and
design of stimulation techniques to create engineered
reservoirs for EGS.
The Executive Office of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico         No    Yes
will administer the Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Block Grant (EECBG) Program for Puerto Rico. The
Executive Office of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
would pass through Department of Energy funding to sub-
recipients for the implementation of Puerto Rico's EECBG
Program. All projects under this program are bounded in
compliance with the uploaded and signed EECBG
Template for Expedited National Environmental Policy Act
review.
Ormat Nevada Inc. (Ormat) would complete a Geothermal           No    No    Puna, Maui
Energy study in and around Puna, Hawai'i and Maui,
Hawai'i. The goal of this project is to research and develop
possible geothermal energy sources in Puna, Hawai'i and
Maui, Hawai'i. Laboratory work would take place at the
Center for Isotope Geochemistry, Lawrence Berkeley
National Laboratory at the University of California in
Berkeley, California.
Idaho's Office of Energy Resources will administer the          No   Yes
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG)
Program for the state of Idaho. Idaho's Office of Energy
Resources would pass through Department of Energy
funding to sub-recipients for the implementation of Idaho's
EECBG Program. All projects under this program are
bounded in compliance with the uploaded and signed
EECBG Template for Expedited National Environmental
Policy Act review.
Illinois' Department of Commerce and Economic                   No   Yes
Opportunity will administer the Energy Efficiency and
Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program for the state
of Illinois. Illinois' Department of Commerce and Economic
Opportunity would pass through Department of Energy
funding to sub-recipients for the implementation of Illinois'
EECBG Program for their Captial Development Board
Projects. All projects under this program are bounded in
compliance with the uploaded and signed EECBG
Template for Expedited National Environmental Policy Act
review.
Illinois' Department of Commerce and Economic                   No   Yes
Opportunity will administer the Energy Efficiency and
Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program for the state
of Illinois. Illinois' Department of Commerce and Economic
Opportunity would pass through Department of Energy
funding to sub-recipients for the implementation of Illinois'
EECBG Program for their Illinois Association of Regional
Councils Subgrant. All projects under this program are
bounded in compliance with the uploaded and signed
EECBG Template for Expedited National Environmental
Policy Act review.
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts will administer the           No   Yes
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG)
Program for the state of Massachusetts. Massachusetts
would pass through Department of Energy funding to sub-
recipients for the implementation of Massachusetts'
EECBG Program. All projects under this program are
bounded in compliance with the uploaded and singed
request for proposal.
Maryland Energy Administration will administer the Energy       No   Yes
Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG)
Program for the state of Maryland. Maryland's Energy
Administration would pass through Department of Energy
funding to sub-recipients for the implementation of
Maryland's EECBG Program. All projects under this
program are bounded in compliance with the uploaded and
signed EECBG Template for Expedited National
Environmental Policy Act review.
Mississippi's Development Authority-Energy Division will         No   Yes
administer the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block
Grant (EECBG) Program for the state of Mississippi.
Mississippi's Development Authority-Energy Division would
pass through Department of Energy funding to sub-
recipients for the implementation of Mississippi's EECBG
Program. All projects under this program are bounded in
compliance with the uploaded and signed EECBG
Template for Expedited National Environmental Policy Act
review.
North Carolina's Department of Commerce will administer          No   Yes
the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant
(EECBG) Program for the state of North Carolina. North
Carolina's Department of Commerce would pass through
Department of Energy funding to sub-recipients for the
following two activities: Energy Efficiency (EE) and
Renewable Energy (RE) for Buildings - Non-entitlement
Cities and Counties; and EE and RE for Buildings - K-12
School Districts, Community Colleges, Local Public
Authority. All projects under these programs are bounded
in compliance with the uploaded and signed EECBG
Template for Expedited National Environmental Policy Act
review.

North Dakota's Department of Commerce will administer            No   Yes
the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant
(EECBG) Program for the state of North Dakota. North
Dakota's Department of Commerce would pass through
Department of Energy funding to sub-recipients for the
implementation of North Dakota's EECBG Program. All
projects under this program are bounded in compliance
with the uploaded and signed EECBG Template for
Expedited National Environmental Policy Act review.

New Jersey's (NJ's) Board of Public Utilities will administer    No   Yes
the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant
(EECBG) Program for the state of New Jersey. NJ's Board
of Public Utilities would pass through Department of
Energy funding to sub-recipients for the implementation of
NJ's EECBG Program. All projects under this program are
bounded in compliance with the uploaded and signed
EECBG Template for Expedited National Environmental
Policy Act review.
Nevada Geothermal Power Company (NGP) would                      No   No    Warner Valley
demonstrate the potential Crump Geyser geothermal
resources in Southern Oregon by gathering data on
existing system. In Phase 1 (exloration geophysics), NGP
would collect and interpret multiple levels of magnetic field
measurements, precision Bouguer gravity, detailed
geologic mapping, and shallow seismic reflection and
refraction data to help define the pattern of fault offsets in
the shallow basalt formation found at Crump Geyser.
These data would be used by NGP to target the
temperature gradient and slim-wells to be drilled in Phase
II. This analysis is PHase 1 only.
Pennsylvania's (PA's) Department of Environmental            No   Yes
Protection will administer the Energy Efficiency and
Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program for the state
of Pennsylvania. PA's Department of Environmental
Protection would pass through Department of Energy
funding to sub-recipients for the implementation of
Pennsylvania's EECBG Program. All projects under this
program are bounded in compliance with the uploaded and
signed EECBG Template for Expedited National
Environmental Policy Act review.
West Virginia's (WV's) Division of Energy will administer    No   Yes
the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant
(EECBG) Program for the state of West Virginia. WV's
Department of Environmental Protection would pass
through Department of Energy funding to sub-recipients for
the implementation of West Virginia's EECBG Program. All
projects under this program are bounded in compliance
with the uploaded and signed EECBG Template for
Expedited National Environmental Policy Act review.

Wyoming's Business Council will administer the Energy        No   Yes
Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG)
Program for the state of Wyoming. Wyoming's Business
Council would pass through Department of Energy funding
to sub-recipients for the implementation of Wyoming's
EECBG Program. All projects under this program are
bounded in compliance with the uploaded and signed
EECBG Template for Expedited National Environmental
Policy Act review.
The proposed action will remove the sodium from the          No   Yes   Idaho National
Experimental Breeder Reactor (EBR)-II piping system and                 Laboratory
tanks to achieve clean-closure for eventual
decommissioning, deactivation and demolition (DD&D).
The clean-closure will be completed in compliance with the
EBR-II Hazardous Waste Management Act/Resource
Conservation and Recovery Act (HWMA/RCRA) Storage
and Treatment Permit PER-120. EBR-II is located at the
Materials and Fuels Complex at the Idaho National
Laboratory. The EBR-II DD&D actions will be addressed
under the Comprehensive Environmental Response
Compensation, and Liability Act, specifically, the
Engineering Evaluation/Cost Analysis for the EBR-II End
State (DOE/ID-11398) and Action Memorandum.
There is insufficient electrical power in the East Bay and       No   No    Idaho National
the West Bay of the Central Facility Area Transportation                    Laboratory
Complex to allow the craftsmen to fully utilize the available
floor space without the use of extension cords. Additionally,
a new hydraulic hose clamper is to be installed in the Parts
Room and it needs a dedicated 30 ampere power supply.
The craftsmen also need another wash sink in the East
Bay. The current method of connecting to the internet
using Local Area Network cables is cumbersome and
inefficient. There is not enough lighting in the north side of
the southeast section of the East Bay. This project installs
the necessary electrical service, additional plumbing, and
wireless internet capability to address the listed problems.


Construct and operate a new dial room at the Materials           No   No    Idaho National
and Fuels Complex to continue operation of the                              Laboratory
telecommunications system at the Idaho National
Laboratory (INL). As part of the INL Private Branch
Exchange (PBX) consolidation effort, the need to replace
Central Facilities Area, Radioactive Waste Management
Complex, and Power Burst Facility PBX switches will
eliminate the current switches potential failure and provide
the necessary maintainable hardware and software to
support INL missions.
Upgrade existing anaerobic digester to increase generation       No   Yes   Somerset
capacity from 90 to 150 kilowatts.


Waste wood from construction industry used to produce            No   Yes   Lancaster
steam to power a turbine for public electricity; involves
addition of turbine and generator to existing wood chip
furnace.
Replace natural gas boiler with renewable biomass boiler         No   Yes   Crawford
to provide hot water and heat to high school and vocational
school; involves construction of small building for new
boiler and wood chip storage.

Waste wood chips used to produce steam to power a                No   Yes   Bloomsburg
turbine that produces electricity for the university; involves
upgrade to existing boiler system in existing building.

Integration of 104 kilowatt solar rooftop system (flexible       No   Yes   Bensalem
membrane) onto township building.
Revolving loan fund for Energy Efficiency and Renewable        No   Yes
Energy activities.




Install solar panels on 4.5 acres at the Crayola               No   Yes   Easton
manufacturing facility; 8.5 acre buffer area. Ground
beneath panels will be kept in herbaceous vegetation.

Install 1 megawatt photovoltaic array on campus.               No   Yes   Carlisle
Approximately 50% of the panels will be roof mounted and
50% ground mounted (less than 1 acre).


Installation of 617 kilowatt array on roof of the existing     No   Yes   Pottstown
Buckman's warehouse.


Install a 1 megawatt photovoltaic array on the grounds of      No   Yes   Aqua
an existing water treatment facility; occupying about 4
acres of lawn at the facility.

Expansion of an existing landfill gas-to-energy facility by    No   Yes   Chester County
adding a 3rd 1.6 megawatt generator housed in a container
40'x 15' x 10'.


Install a manure digester to convert 12,000 gallons per day    No   Yes   Kennett Square
of manure into 8,000 cubic feet of biogas that will be used
to generate electricity at Meadow Spring Farm. Concrete
pit, small building, 12x35 foot tank
Install a 172 kilowatt solar photovoltaic array on roof of     No   Yes   Great Valley
existing middle school.

Install a 100 kilowatt solar photovoltaic array on roof of     No   Yes   Downingtown
existing educational facility in Downingtown.

Lighting retrofit and replacement, installation of lighting    No   Yes   Hartford
controls, heating, ventilation, air conditioner (HVAC)
controls, HVAC system replacement.



Convert and deploy 36 Alternative Fuel Vehicles by 119         No   Yes   Madison
public and private fleets throughout the State of Wisconsin.
Deploy 466 Alternative Fuel Vehicles by 119 public and         No   Yes   Madison
private fleets throughout the State of Wisconsin.
The project will involve collaboration with the Regional       No   No
Application Centers and International District Energy
Association member partners with expertise in District
Energy, Combined Heat & Power and Waste Energy
Recovery.
Development of building codes; training for and                No   Yes
demonstration of energy efficient building practices.

Loans and grants to support growth of clean energy             No   Yes
industries in Maryland. Activities limited to ones
categorically excluded in Department of Energy State
Energy Program & Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Block Grant guidance of 8/21/09




Interior modifications to existing facilities and installing   No   Yes   Youngwood
additional equipment in them to expand production of
semiconductor devices for electric vehicles; no new
permits needed.
Install 150 kilowatt of solar panels on covered walkways       No   Yes   Tallahassee
within the existing parking lots of the Department of
Revenue.

Matching grants to state and other recipient for the           No   Yes   Florida
purchase of equipment for compressed natural gas fueling
stations. Funds not used for construction of stations.


Energy Efficiency retrofits to existing biodiesel plant to     No   Yes   Lakeland
reduce electricity and other energy consumption by 28%-
includes installation of 1 megawatt combined heat and
power microturbine.

Installation of publicly-accessible compressed natural gas     No   Yes   Murray
(CNG) refueling infrastructure. The station will allow for
CNG vehicles to refuel. Selected under Clean Cities FOA
DE-PS26-09NT01236,AOI#4
Maintenance of Glencliff Home's small (50-100 kilowatt)        No   Yes   Benton
hydroelectric system; dredging; dam repairs; penstock
cleaning; control upgrades.


Grant program for businesses that will accelerate              No   Yes
deployment of energy efficiency and renewable energy
services in Virginia. Covered activities are studies,
information gathering, training, planning, and technical
assistance.
The objective of the proposed work is to upgrade our             No   No    Milwaukee
existing facility to handle the blending of biodiesel with
diesel. This project would involve the installation of
electrical trace, insulation, meters, and filter necessary for
the handling. Less than 5% of our 10 acre facility would be
used for this project.
The objective is to have public access to Biodiesel-20 and       No   No    Blair
above. The project involves installing 2 new dispenser that
can blend bio at the pump. A new card reader will be
needed. Tanks and piping can be reused since they were
installed in 1998 but some seals in the pump will need to
be replaced.
The project will only require placing the kiosk on already       No   No    Monona
present concrete and then running electrical wire. Install
dispenser capability of choosing between three owner-set
blends of biodiesel and petro diesel fuel. This will also
involve setting the kiosk and running electrical wiring to the
kiosk.
Expand and equip an existing factory in Simpsonville,            No   Yes   Simpsonville
South Carolina to manufacture Direct Current (DC) bus
capacitors to supply power electronics equipment for up to
100,000 Electric Drive Vehicles.
Training, Materials Development and Web Site related             No   Yes   Washington, D.C.
services.
Installation of 9 alternative fueling dispensers including       No   No    Mid-Atlantic
Ethanol-85, Biodiesel-20, and propane across Maryland,
Virginia and the District of Columbia. This form is limited to
administrative activities associated with the project.

Installation of 1.4 megawatt solar photovoltaic system on        No   Yes   Philadelphia Navy
brownfield site within Navy Yard.                                           Yard


Installation of small building with biomass boiler for hot       No   Yes   Pottsville
water heating of high school.


Installation of hydrogen fueling station for 150 forklifts in    No   Yes   Pottsville
new warehouse on existing facility.

Focus is on two key optical inspection processes for light-      No   Yes   Milpitas, CA and
emitting diode epitaxial production (1) the front end                       Austin, TX
unpatterned wafer defect inspection and (2) automated
defect source analysis software.
Installation of solar photovoltaic and solar thermal systems.    No   Yes   Albany


To collect methane gas from waste water ponds (existing),        No   Yes   Clarksville
scrubb gas, and feed boilers.
Design, construction, and field evaluation of carbon-14 gas   No   No    New Brunswick
analyzers that detect carbon dioxide from the combustion
of fossil fuels for sequestration leak studies. Rutgers
University constructs carbon-14 laser tubes.


Design, construction, and field evaluation of carbon-14 gas   No   No    Cambridge
analyzers that detect carbon dioxide from the combustion
of fossil fuels for sequestration leak studies. Cambridge
site is administrative offices.

The goal of the project is to optimize and test a novel       No   No    Laramie
integrated oxy-combustion system for Powder River Basin
subbituminous coals that can capture carbon dioxide at
>90% removal.
The goal of the project is to optimize and test a novel       No   No    Birmingham
integrated oxy-combustion system for Powder River Basin
subbituminous coals that can capture carbon dioxide at
>90% removal.
The goal of the project is to optimize and test a novel       No   No    Bridgewater
integrated oxy-combustion system for Powder River Basin
subbituminous coals that can capture carbon dioxide at
>90% removal.
The goal of the project is to optimize and test a novel       No   No    Perryville
integrated oxy-combustion system for Powder River Basin
subbituminous coals that can capture carbon dioxide at
>90% removal.
The goal of the project is to optimize and test a novel       No   No    Livingston
integrated oxy-combustion system for Powder River Basin
subbituminous coals that can capture carbon dioxide at
>90% removal.
During the six months of Phase 1 of this project, Skyonic     No   Yes   San Antonio
will develop preliminary designs, seek permits, and develop
project management plans for its proposed pilot SkyMine®
plant.
The project goal is to safely remove identified               No   No    Albany
permitted/non-permitted Research and Development
equipment, infrastructure, materials, and office equipment
located in Building 4.
Development of a global assessment of methane gas             No   No    Arendal, Norway
hydrate as a set of thematic volumes covering scientific,
research, and environmental issues of importance.

Collect data and conceptual models to better understand       No   No    Austin
regional differences in gas hydrate systems from the
perspective of an energy resource, geo-hazard, and long-
term climate influence.
Collect data and conceptual models to better understand       No   No    Stillwater
regional differences in gas hydrate systems from the
perspective of an energy resource, geo-hazard, and long-
term climate influence.
Pilot-scale production of carbon dioxide-based polymers.      No   Yes   Newtown Square
Pilot-scale production of carbon dioxide-based polymers.       No   Yes   Cincinnati


Pilot-scale production of carbon dioxide-based polymers.       No   Yes   Ithaca


Seismic survey of 25 square miles of Rock Springs Uplift       No   Yes   Sweetwater
area; Electromagnetic survey of 100 square miles of Rock                  County
Springs Uplift area; Drilling of stratigraphic test well for
research purposes.
Provide detailed characterization of two deep saline           No   Yes   Laramie
aquifers in southwest Wyoming. Perform administrative,
computer modeling, data analysis, and laboratory activities
to support the work.
Rice University studies on campus including lab studies or     No   Yes   Houston
rock chemical reactions and computer simulations.


Geologic Survey of Alabama studies including computer          No   Yes   Tuscaloosa
modeling and rock sample analyses.


Conduct seismic survey along Rt.269 corridor, Walker           No   Yes   Walker County
County, Alabama.


University of Alabama campus studies including computer        No   Yes   Tuscaloosa
analysis, core testing, supportive research.


Touchstone has proposed the use of a novel (phase              No   Yes   Triadelphia
change material) PCM that resides on the top of the
raceway pond to reduce evaporative water loss, regulate
temperature and prevent contamination.
Phycal proposes to sequester and feed carbon dioxide to        No   Yes   Cleveland
an open raceway pond using partially processed
wastewater in an algal oil production process. Phycal is
using two novel technologies, Olexal and Heteroboost.

As a sub-contractor to Gas Technology Institute, the           No   Yes   La Jolla
University of California, San Diego-Scripps Institute of
Oceanography will conduct laboratory Research and
Development to cultivate seaweed and identify most
suitable species for consuming carbon dioxide-containing
flue gas.
As a sub-contractor to Gas Technology Institute, University    No   Yes   Stamford
of Connecticut will conduct laboratory Research and
Development on several seaweed seed stocks for
production of young plants, determine optimum conditions
for growth stages, and develop test protocols.
Gas Technology Institute will develop preliminary designs,        No   Yes   Des Plaines
heat & material balances, systems studies, and conduct
lab-scale Research and Development for a process for
cultivating macroalgae with carbon dioxide emissions &
digesting algae to produce methane.
Develop techniques to assess the connectivity                     No   No    Austin
characteristics of deepwater sediments based on analysis
of reservoir analogs, reservoir databases and reservoir
model for a mature reservoir.
Project awarded under American Recovery and                       No   Yes   Terminal Island,
Reinvestment Act DE-FOA0000033. National                                     San Pedro
Environmental Policy Act action is to cover drilling and
other characterization activities for this project. This action
covers SOPO Tasks 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, and 4.5.

Project awarded under American Recovery and                       No   Yes   Long Beach
Reinvestment Act DE-FOA0000033. National                                     Harbor
Environmental Policy Act action is to cover seismic survey
activities for this project. This action overs SOPO Tasks
2.2.
Project awarded under American Recovery and                       No   Yes   Pier F, Long
Reinvestment Act DE-FOA0000033. National                                     Beach, Los
Environmental Policy Act action is to cover drilling and                     Angeles
other characterization activities for this project. This action
covers SOPO Tasks 4.6, 4.7. 4.8, 4.9, and 4.10.

Project awarded under American Recovery and                       No   Yes   Arcadia, Los
Reinvestment Act DE-FOA0000033. National                                     Angeles County
Environmental Policy Act action is to cover literature
reviews, computer work, and other paperwork for this
project. This action covers SOPO Tasks 1, 2.1, 2.3, 3, 5,
6, 7, 8, and 9.
This grant is awarded under American Recovery and                 No   Yes   Pago Pago,
Reinvestment Act Funding Opportunity Announcement DE-                        American Samoa
FOA-0000091 - Enhancing State Government Energy
Assurance Capabilities and Planning for Smart Grid
Resiliency.
The Recipient will develop and implement an Energy                No   Yes   Austin
Internet microgrid, located in a large mixed-use infill
development site in Austin, Texas. Recovery Act FOA DE-
FOA-0000036, Smart Grid Demonstrations
Power Management Unit Installation at Substation                  No   No    Caroline County
(Ladysmith)
Power Management Unit Installation at Substation (North           No   No    Mineral, Lousia
Anna)                                                                        County
From Industrial Carbon Capture and Storage Area 2 - The           No   Yes   Des Plaines
objective is to provide a preliminary design of the most cost
effective and efficient method to capture carbon dioxide
from the exhaust stacks of the Hopewell caprolactam plant.

Sustain X, Inc. is developing a modular, low-cost                 No   Yes   West Lebanon
compressed air energy storage technology to support the
integration of renewables e.g. wind and solar. This
categorical exclusion would cover Phases 1 & 2 only.
Develop a low-cost flywheel system and demonstrate a               No   Yes   Freemont
utility-scale installation to provide the foundation for scaling
intermittent energy resources (wind and photovoltaic solar
power).
Installation of equipment into an existing facility for the        No   Yes   Waterbury
production of electric vehicle battery containers. The roof of
the facility will have to be raised to accommodate the
equipment.
Eastern Interconnection Planning Collaborative will perform        No   Yes   Morristown
resource assessment and interconnection-level
transmission analysis and planning of the Eastern
Interconnection.
This action provides a categorical exclusion for budget            No   No    Pittsburgh
period 4 of the efforts solid-oxide fuel cell research and
development activities (lab-scale).
Deploy instrumentation and monitor the current rating of           No   Yes
transmission circuits/lines in real-time to reduce grid
congestion. DE-FOA-0000036, Program Area of Interest 1 -
Regional Demonstrations
From Industrial Carbon Capture and Storage Area 2 - The            No   Yes   Hopewell
objective is to provide a preliminary design of the most cost
effective and efficient method to capture carbon dioxide
from the exhaust stacks of the Hopewell caprolactam plant.

Cities Area of Interest #4: The project funds the                  No   Yes
deployment of various alternative fuel vehicles and the
development of unique alternative fuel refueling locations. -
New Vehicle Purchases Tasks Only
The University of Texas at Austin will develop a tool kit of       No   No    Austin
semi-automated mathematical models that will allow
stakeholders to estimate risks based on the protocols and
methodologies for carbon dioxide storage.
The Energy and Environmental Research Center is                    No   No    Grand Forks
proposing to systematically test both Tekran and
ThermoFisher Scientific instruments for variability in a pilot-
scale system.
Cities Area of Interest #4: The project funds the                  No   Yes
deployment of various alternative fuel vehicles and the
development of unique alternative fuel refueling locations. -
Vehicle Conversion Tasks Only
Cooperation among states on electric resource planning             No   Yes
and priorities for the Eastern Interconnection.
Improve the energy efficiency of buildings and facilities          No   Yes   Albany
(retrofit projects).


Program to provide small businesses with technical and             No   Yes
financial assistance for making their facilities and
processes more energy efficient and sustainable.
This is a loan/grant program that will help employers make         No   Yes
investments in energy efficiency.
Program will identify energy saving projects and proposals        No   Yes
that also meet other Recovery Act goals such as job
creation, market transformation, leverage of private funds,
and ability to be replicated.
Drill and characterize a well about 4,000 feet deep at            No   Yes   Walker County
Gorgas Power Plant, Walker County, Alabama.


The Building America Program focuses on conducting the            No   Yes
systems research required to improve the energy efficiency
of new and existing homes.
Demonstrate a 98 percent or greater reflective, highly            No   Yes   Newark,
diffuse, low-cost composite material that is able to                         Newcastle
withstand 50,000 hours or greater luminaire operation.
Phase 2 demonstration work in Illinois to be addressed
later.
Project activities for building retrofits, photovoltaic systems   No   Yes
less than (<) 60 kilowatts (kW), combined heat and power,
wind turbines <20kW, alternative fueling tanks, solar
thermal hot water, and small geothermal heat pumps.

Decommissioning of the Hardgrove Grindability Index               No   No    Pittsburgh
(HGI) Building 83 (0147).
Demonstration and development of a medium duty electric           No   Yes   Kansas City
truck. Development will occur in Kansas City.
Demonstration will occur via sales to fleet customers.
The project funds the deployment of compressed natural            No   Yes
gas (CNG) refuse trucks and shuttle buses and the
development of four CNG refueling locations.- Vehicle
Procurement Tasks Only.
Deployment of compressed natural gas (CNG) refuse                 No   Yes   Camden
trucks and shuttle buses and the development of four CNG
refueling locations. CNG fueling infrastructure at existing
waste management site tasks only.
Light Emitting Diode Manufacturing projection lithographic        No   Yes   San Jose
tool for improved accuracy and larger diameter substrate
handling.
The U.S. Department of Energy, Office of River Protection         No   No    Benton
proposes to construct an interim surface barrier to cover                    County/Hanford
the TY Tank Farm. The TY Farm Interim Surface barrier is                     Site
a Resource Conservation and Recovery Act interim
measure for the TY tank farm in the 200 West Area.
Construction of the barrier will involve placing and
compacting fill material in the tank farm to establish a 0.8%
slope to facilitate drainage from the east side to the west
side of the farm.
The U.S. Department of Energy, Office of River Protection         No   Yes   Benton
proposes to upgrade the 222-S Laboratory Complex.                            County/Hanford
Facility, system, and instrument upgrades are planned to                     Site
maintain 222-S Laboratory analytical capabilities.
This Categorical Exclusion covers action of a general and       No   No
repetitive nature. The types of activities included are the
removal, installation replacement and preparation of a wide
variety of activities that occur on a regular and routine
basis. These activities would apply to all of Argonne
National Laboratory (ANL) projects executed by ANL and
on previously disturbed grounds of ANL. These are
activities that are conducted by Argonne maintenance
personnel as well as contractors hired by ANL.




The proposed action will construct a new centrally located      No   No
chilled water plant in the North West corner of the 200 Area
of Argonne National Laboratory.
This project will recycle spent sanitary wastewater             No   No
treatment plant trickling filter sand that has collected at
Argonne's wastewater treatment plant. The sand will be
recycled at the Laboratory per the requirements of the
attached permit.
The proposed action would consist of the following              No   Yes   Princeton
Innovative Confinement Concept infrastructure                              University/Princeto
improvement projects: (1) Completion of the Lithium                        n Plasma Physics
Tokamak eXperiment to adequately investigate the                           Laboratory
consequences of low recycling boundaries on magnetically
confined plasmas; (2) Fabrication of an X-ray crystal
spectrometer for the Large Helical Device Stellarator in
Toki/Japan for Doppler measurements of the ion
temperature profiles; and (3) Upgrade of the Princeton
Field Reversed Configurataion experimental facility to
explore the physics of transport and stability in a Field
Reversed Configuration plasma sustained by enhanced
radio-frequency heating. No tritium will be used in these
projects.
This action would remove the existing unused Motor              No   No    Princeton
Generator (MG) equipment from the C-Site MG Building.                      University/Princeto
The removal would be conducted by a buyer (to be                           n Plasma Physics
identified) who would remove the equipment for re-use or                   Laboratory
scrap at no cost to Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory.
Completion of this activity would allow future utilization of
the space in the building.
The proposed action would consist of the following General       No   Yes   Princeton
Plasma Science infrastructure improvement projects: (1)                     University/Princeto
An upgrade of the existing laboratory free-surface liquid-                  n Plasma Physics
metal flow experiment to study thermal convection under                     Laboratory
the influence of an applied magnet field; (2) Expansion of
diagnostic capabilities for K[alpha]-line radiation of medium-
Z ions utilizing the horizontal x-ray spectrometer on the
existing National Spherical Torus Experiment; and (3)
Fabrication of a laser induced fluorescence apparatus
based on a tunable diode to improve diagnostic hardware
used in studies of electron kinetics in partially magnetized
low temperature plasmas.

This activity is the electrical isolation of ten office and      No   Yes   Aiken
restroom trailers near 740-A. The trailers to be
deenergized and isolated are 740-3A, -4A, -5A, -6A, -7A, -
9A, -10A, -11A, -12A and -16A.
The Road 2 and SC 125 intersection will be realigned to          No   No    Aiken
intersect at a right angle and a new turning lane will be
added to SC 125 to provide for eastbound traffic to turn left
onto Road 2.
A new covered vehicle inspection area at Barricade 6             No   No    Aiken
(Road 6 and SC 125) will be provided. Road 6 will be
widened slightly on the Site side of the barricade
Solid samples from the Saltstone facility will be inspected      No   No    Aiken
and analyzed.
Laboratory experiments will be performed to measure the          No   No    Aiken
distribution of actinide elements between aqueous and
organic phases used in the TALSPEAK solvent extraction
process.
An existing 13.8 kilovolt / 480 volt, 1000 kilovolt-ampere       No   Yes   Aiken
pad mounted transformer located on the southeast side of
105-R near the reactor ventilation stack must be relocated
prior to stack demolition. The transformer and the power
pole that feeds it will be relocated approximately 30 yards
to the northeast of the location.
The Oxzilla oxygen analyzer system is used to measure            No   No    Aiken
oxygen in a gas stream with a high degree of precision.

Powder X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) and X-Ray Fluorescence            No   No    Aiken
(XRF) instruments with cillers and computer system will be
procured by Savannah River National Laboratory Principal
Investigator and be installed in 735-11A Lab 141.
Installation of the proposed XRD and XRF with ancillary
equipment will require minor facility modifications

786-A personnel will conduct testing to recommend pump           No   No    Aiken
requirements for blending salt solution in the Salt
Disposition Integration Project Blend and Feed Tanks.
Testing will be conducted at a suitable scale, using a single
pump with two opposing nozzles. The testing will consist of
blending weak solutions of nitric acid (pH 4) and sodium
hydroxide (pH 10) while monitoring pH in several locations
of the tank.
Three millimeter thin foil transmission electron microscopy        No   No    Aiken
samples will be created using a twin jet polisher as per
work instructions I-MTS-4405.
Engineering Development Laboratory (EDL) will produce              No   No    Aiken
sludge simulants that contain hazardous materials and are
sufficiently resistant to acid dissolution to appropriately
represent Savannah River Site sludges based on recipes
provided for F and H area Tanks (Reference EEC No. TC-
W-2009-070). EDL will produce about 50 gallons of each of
the three sludges and ship same to AREVA in Lynchburg,
Virginia for additional testing. An additional 50 gallons of
the Blend simulant will be produced by EDL for delivery to
Savannah River Remediation.

Empty 9975 Shipping Containers require annual                      No   No    Aiken
maintenance and testing to ensure the container meets all
Standard and Recommended Practice requirements. The
annual maintenance and testing is done in accordance with
a detailed procedure. During the performance of this
activity, there are expected waste streams generated and
potential waste streams that might be generated.

Clean up limited aread of sealant in -20 and -40 elevations        No   No    Aiken
of C and L Reactors. Install plastic covering. Install spill
beams to control material and prevent oozing sealant from
entering -40 elevation sumps.
Isolate an inactive but, still pressurized, section of firewater   No   Yes   Aiken
header that serves the 185-3K cooling tower. The isolation
point is inside K-Area near the 192-2K firewater
pumphouse. Revision 1 modifies the duration of this
activity.
Proposed action is to deactivate 221-1F, FA-Line. This             No   Yes   Aiken
activity is being conducted prior to decommissioning of 221-
1F.
Howard T. Ricketts Regional Biocontainment Laboratory,             No   No    Aiken
Laboratory 134 is a laboratory used by Hydrogen
Technology Section for hydrogen related research and
development activities. The primary function will be
hydrogen storage material/equipment/process
development, focused on conventional metal hydrides such
as palladium, palladium alloys, titanium, titanium-
chromium, and lanthanum-nickel-aluminum alloys (not an
exclusive listing). Revision 2, Schlenk Link research will be
performed by Energy Security personnel in Lab 134.

Cutting and removing a 6ft. x 4ft. section of a 4 inch thick       No   No    Aiken
reinforced floor slab in the 772-F fan room. Once removed
the excavation will continue into the soil, which is located
beneath the slab to a depth of 24 inches. Excavation will
be formed and poured with concrete for a new Off-Gas
Exhaust (OGE) fan foundation. This revision is for OGE
fans #2 and #3. Perform the same excavation for the Air
Monitor Fan 1 and 2.
This EEC assessment is designed to cover the equipment         No   No   Aiken
used in routine operations that occur inside of 735-11A
Laboratory 110. The equipment and processes used in
such operations are divided into two categories I. Ceramic
synthesis and II. Gas permeation measurements

Quarterly Tank 50 samples are collected for analysis to        No   No   Aiken
determine compliance with the Saltstone Waste
Acceptance Criteria X-SD-Z-00001 (current revision).
Samples are received into the Savannah River National
Laboratory shielded cells, combined, if necessary, split,
and submitted to AD for analysis. A portion of the sample is
transferred to C-114 for density measurement. Weight
percent solids analysis is performed in the SCO.

The experiments will investigate the electrochemical           No   No   Aiken
behavior, electrode position, and electrochemical
separation of actinides.
Savannah River National Laboratory will conduct                No   No   Aiken
fundamental studies into the solution chemistry of novel
actinide complexes and nano-clusters. These studies will
focus on the stability, reactivity, and electrochemistry of
novel actinide compounds in aqueous and non-aqueous
solutions. Spectroscopic, electrochemical and other
techniques will be used to determine solution phase
species. The collective body of work will determine if the
chemical and electrochemical properties of the novel
actinide materials can be exploited to affect chemical
separations from other species. Possible outcomes of this
research would be the identification of novel actinide
complexes and nano-clusters with tailored properties ideal
for applications in nuclear energy

Modifications must be made to the L Area 85/30 ton crane       No   No   Aiken
because the L to H shipment of nuclear fuels will require
implementation of the new criticality safety program
invoked by Department of Energy Order 420.1b. An
engineering study was performed and concluded that the
85/30 ton crane will not meet single failure requirements
and needs to be upgraded.
Savannah River National Laboratory Analytical                  No   No   Aiken
Development uses laboratory module Room 140 for
development of chemical sensors, for chromatographic
analysis, and to provide a common wet laboratory space
for the Hydrogen Technology Research Laboratory group.
Revision 2 - addition of Functionalization of Glass
Capillaries studies.
The Materials Technology Section is establishing scanning        No   No    Aiken
probe microscopy (SPM) and fuel cell / battery testing
capabilities in Hydrogen Technology Research Laboratory.
Initial SPM testing will be on metal coupons or polymer
specimens. Fuel cell and / or battery testing will be
completed on single cell proton exchange membranes.
Revision 8 adds additional organics, inorganic salts,
solvents, and acids for experimentation.

Closure of three abandoned septic tanks, one at the 681-         No   Yes   Aiken
6G Par Pond pumphouse, and two at the 735-7G
Limnology lab.
Scanned probe microscope(s) will be used in Laboratory           No   No    Aiken
156 for surface and materials analysis. Additionally, sample
preparation techniques such as surface and sample
modification/deposition and self assembled monolayer
formation will be performed. Sample
modification/deposition and self-assembled monolayer
formation will involve the generation of chemical solutions
of millimolar concentrations of organic materials in various
organic solvents.
A vapor deposition apparatus will be operated to                 No   No    Aiken
synthesize nanostructured materials for battery research.
The entire apparatus is operated in the fume hood. The
materials deposited on the substrates will be evaluated for
their composition, structure, and electrochemical
properties.
Revision 1 Addition: Standard laboratory equipment
(beakers, flasks, heating pad w/ stirrer) will be added to the
fume hood to deposit metallic thin film on glass substrates.
After deposition, these metal-coated glass substrates will
be dried in a standard laboratory vacuum oven. The
conductivity of the deposited layers will be measured using
standard electrochemical apparatus.

Operation of vacuum induction furnace for metallic sample        No   No    Aiken
fabrication. Small quantities of metals or metal oxides will
be placed in the furnace crucible and they will be melted to
form an alloy.
To facilitate disposal of unusable tuff tanks with a rad use     No   No    Aiken
history, Spent Fuel Projects personnel will absorb any
residual water contained in tuff tanks, separate the plastic
liner from the metal framework and dispose of the plastic
liner as low-level waste and the metal frame as clean
waste.
This task involves the on-going analysis of non-radioactive      No   No    Aiken
environmental samples using Ion Chromatography in
Building 772-25B Laboratory 13.
An OI Analytical Solids Total Organic Carbon Analyzer            No   No    Aiken
measures both total carbon and total organic carbon in
solid, semi-solid, or slurry samples.
An OI Analytical 1020A Total Organic Carbon (TOC)                No   No    Aiken
Analyzer is used to measure the TOC in the samples. The
liquid TOC analyzer directly measures both total carbon
and total inorganic carbon.
Install valving in the breathing air supply line to the K-Area    No   No    Aiken
Interim Surveillance (KIS) airlock in the Assembly Area of
105-K. The valving is to automatically shutoff the breathing
air supply during a fire event. The valving will be
interconnected to the existing KIS fire suppression system
to provide a sufficient time delay for workers to safely exit
the DE room before the breathing air is shut off.

Isolate the following facilities from the Site electrical grid:   No   Yes   Aiken
Buildings 773-62A thru -71A (10 buildings), Buildings 701-
20A, 719-1A, -3A, -13A thru -18A, 742-1A, -2A, -3A, 752-
79A, -81A and -84A (15 buildings) and, Buildings 752-9A
and -85A (2 buildings). Revision 1 adds the following to the
scope of this EEC: Add a sheltered vending machines
area, as well as, sidewalks and established erosion control
runoff features required for the E-Area Trailer Complex.

Install a 100 foot pole for an antenna for the use of radios      No   Yes   Aiken
while the decontamination and decommissioning group
works in the "R" Area.
Isolate the following facilities from the Site electrical grid:   No   Yes   Aiken
Buildings 773-62A thru -71A (10 buildings), Buildings 701-
20A, 719-1A, -3A, -13A thru -18A, 742-1A, -2A, -3A, 752-
79A, -81A and -84A (15 buildings) and, Buildings 752-9A
and -85A (2 buildings).
Isolate three trailers (Buildings 786-2A, 773-60A and 778-        No   Yes   Aiken
3A) from the area domestic water system and the sanitary
sewer system.
Install railroad spurs into P-Area Facility to new batch plant    No   Yes   Aiken
(see EEC ARRA-P-2009-033) to support the closure
activities of P and R Operable Units. Revision 1 includes
the use of pesticide/herbicide. Herbicide will be applied to
existing vegetation in the planned railroad bed area. No
endangered species will be impacted. Herbicide will be
applied in accordance with the Site Herbicide program.

Southwestern Power Administration proposes to treat fire          No   No
ants within its facility boundaries.
Southwestern Power Administration proposes to acquire             No   No    Bennington
property and construct a microwave radio communication
site near Bennington, Oklahoma in the Northeast 1/4,
Southwest 1/4, Township 7 North, Range 13 East, of Bryan
County, Oklahoma.
Western Area Power Administration proposes to cut trees           No   No    Uintah County
in the existing transmission line right-of-way between
structures 32/2 to 35/6 and 36/4 to 39/3. This
approximately 6.3 mile section is located on private land in
Uintah County, east of Vernal, Utah in T4S, R21E, sections
12, 13; T4S, R22E, sections 18, 19, and 20; T5S, R22E,
sections 5 and 8 of the Salt Lake Meridian.
This project would purchase, build and install tooling in the     No   No    Oak Ridge
Product Certification Organization area to allow the
movement and radio-graphing of component for evaluation
to determine the proper Project Execution Plan for
dismantlement.
This project would purchase, build and install Wachs cutter       No   No    Oak Ridge
tooling. The Wachs Cutter Tooling Station is similar to
previously operated facility tooling and will utilize an
existing hydraulic unit. The temporary station location will
require electrical feed, ventilation, house vacuum and
instrument air attachments. Additionally, there will be
portable carts and tables, as required, in the area.
Equipment and utilities will also be provided for radiological
controls and a boundary control station.
This project would replace approximately 760 steam traps          No   No    Oak Ridge
and 60 vacuum breakers; update the condensate return
system with pipe, insulation, and pump/tank units; replace
pumps and install controls in buildings 9768-8, 11, and 13,
replace transformer in building 9767-13 and heat
exchanger in building 9767-11; install new demineralized
water system in building 9999-3 and transfer pumps near
building 9404-17.
This project would collect all construction waste identified      No   No    Oak Ridge
in 2006 and excess through plant sales, recycle through
plant scrap metal recycle program, dispose in Y-12 on-site
landfill, or ship to Nevada Test Site. The material list shows
the materials to be at various locations, such as 9720-73,
9420, constructions 90 yard (adjacent to 90 day Resource
Conservation and Recovery Act yard) and the 9720-8 pad.
Examples of material are as follows: wrenches, other hand
tools, file cabinets, electric motors, batteries, pipe benders,
jacks, saws, generators, one 18 ton crane.


The objective of this project is to reduce oil consumption        No   Yes
and greenhouse gas emissions by engineering domestic
biomass crops for low-cost production of fuels and
chemicals.
The objective of this project is to answer the question: is a     No   Yes
liquid metal battery technically feasible at the size scale of
a neighborhood, i.e., 1-MWh?
The objective of this project is to commercialize a               No   Yes
nanotube-enhanced ultracapacitor, an energy storage
device that could greatly reduce the cost of hybrid and
electric vehicles and of fast-responding grid-scale energy
storage, making it easier to integrate renewable energy
sources such as solar and wind-based power.
The objective of this project is to commercialize a unique        No   Yes
technology which permits the splitting of water, the most
abundant liquid on Earth, into hydrogen and oxygen under
benign conditions. This discovery, made in the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology lab of Professor
Daniel Nocera, enables renewable solar and wind energy
to be stored for around-the-clock use.
The proposed project will integrate innovative, proprietary      No   Yes
technical advances to develop a highly versatile and
genetically tractable, microalgal-based platform for
capturing solar energy and using it to convert atmospheric
and waste carbon dioxide to high-energy chemical
products with biofuel applications.
This project will design, fabricate, and test production scale   No   Yes
systems to harvest, dewater, and dry algae on mobile
platforms in both salt water and fresh water environments.

This project seeks to develop a silicon-coated carbon            No   Yes
nanofiber paper for the anode of next generation Lithium-
ion batteries. These low cost, manufacturable batteries
could accelerate the deployment of plug-in hybrids and
electric vehicles, shifting U.S. transportation energy from
imported oil to the grid.
This project plans to address the vast energy loss and           No   Yes
consumption associated with conventional lighting by
developing a new route to large, high-quality, single
crystals of gallium nitride. These crystals will serve as
substrates for light emitting diodes offering high-efficiency
lighting.
This project plans to develop scalable, planar, 5 kilowatt       No   Yes
liquid sodium-beta batteries for grid scale electrical power
storage. These batteries could enable continuous power
from renewable resources, like wind and solar, and could
support a highly stable and reliable grid.

This project is planning a 24-month program to analyze,          No   Yes
engineer and prototype a blown wing wind turbine at the
100 kilowatt scale. Unlike a fixed airfoil, a "blown wing" can
be dynamically adjusted to maximize power under a wide
range of wind conditions.
Smart meters and related sensing technologies promise            No   Yes
that energy information will change energy use. Poorly
designed interactions with energy information, however,
jeopardize billion dollar infrastructure investments. The
goal of this initiative is to develop a comprehensive human-
centered solution that leverages the anticipated
widespread diffusion of energy sensors to significantly
reduce and shift energy use. Our major innovation is the
creation of a transformative system that combines
behavioral techniques with human-centered design,
computation, and technology to affect energy behavior.

This project couples transformational systems biology and        No   Yes
bioprocessing with biorefining technology to be performed
by a team of biologists, chemists, engineers, and a
biotechnology driven company, BioCee. The research uses
Shewanella bacteria as a platform organism for high-
volume hydrocarbon fuel-feedstock production.
This project seeks to minimize the cost of capturing and         No   Yes
sequestering carbon dioxide (CO2) to avoid the impact of
climate change. Nalco Company and Argonne National
Laboratory will develop and commercialize a system that
will dramtically decrease the costs to capture CO2 from the
coal-fired power plants.

This project will support the completion of Michigan State       No   Yes
University's prototype development of a new gas-fueled
electricity generator that is five times more efficient than
traditional auto engines in electricity production, 20 percent
lighter, and 30 percent cheaper to manufacture. This novel,
ultrahigh efficiency engine could replace current backup
generator technology of Plug-in Hybrid Electric vehicles.

This project will exploit recent advances in materials           No   Yes
preparation and characterization thechniques, guided by
state-of-the-art theoretical and computation methods to
develop the next generation permanent magnets with
magnetic energy density (maximum energy product)
greater than 100 Megagauss-Oersted, a nearly twofold
increase over that of the strongest neodymium magnets.

This project will expand an advanced trait development           No   Yes
project to increase biomass yields of several energy
grasses by as much as 40 percent in coming years, while
simultaneously decreasing the use of inputs such as
nitrogen fertilizers.
Inspired by the preliminary demonstration of silicon             No   Yes
nanowires with thermoelectric figure of merit (ZT) of 0.6 at
room temperature, the project will use an economic and
highly scalable non-lithographic approach to fabricate size-
controllable, waferscale arrays of rough-surface, one-
dimensional concentric nanotubes of silicon to increase
surface scattering, followed by transfer printing to
manufacture flexible thermoelectric junctions. It is
anticipated that the multiple scattering of phonons in these
nanotube waveguides will significantly enhance the room
temperature ZT to beyond 1.2.
This project will develop a revolutionary drilling technology    No   Yes
to enable rapid and sustained penetration of ultra-hard rock
formations that are economically prohibitive to drill with
mechanical drill bits. The development plan moves from
the current lab demonstration system to a 4000 foot field
demonstration well after 2 years and a 15000 foot
geothermal demonstration well after 3 years.
The United States Department of Energy Oak Ridge Office           No   No
proposed activities include receipt of approximately 316
cubic meters of transuranic (TRU) soils from the Nuclear
Fuels Services facility located in Erwin, Tennessee by the
TRU Waste Processing Center (TWPC) located on the
Oak Ridge Reservation, Tennessee for certification
activities in preparation for shipment to Waste Isolation
Pilot Plant (WIPP) for final disposal. The TWPC currently
prepares wastes stored at the Oak Ridge National
Laboratory for offsite disposal at WIPP and Nevada Test
Site.
The United States Department of Energy Oak Ridge Office           No   No
proposed activity is to conduct macroencapsulation
treatment in the parking lot of the Contact Handled
Marshalling Building at the Transuranic Waste Processing
Center (TWPC) located on the Oak Ridge Reservation,
Tennessee of low-level mixed waste in preparation for
shipment to the Nevada Test Site (NTS) for final
disposition. Wastes stored at Oak Ridge National
Laboratory are shipped to the TWPC for processing in
preparation for offisite disposal of transuranic waste at the
Waste Isolation Pilot Plant and low level and/or low level
mixed waste at the NTS.
The proposed action would construct two 400 square-foot           No   Yes   University of
greenhouses, provide utilities to the greenhouses, grow                      California - Davis
plants in the greenhouses and maintain the greenhouses
for three years. The greenhouses would provide space and
controlled growth conditions for rice, Arabidopsis,
switchgrass, and tobacco.
The Syngas Chemical Looping (SCL) process developed               No   Yes
at the Ohio State University can efficiently convert coal and
biomass into electricity, hydrogen, and/or liquid fuel with
zero or negative net carbon dioxide (CO2) emission. In this
project, a pilot scale SCL plant will be constructed and
demonstrated at the National Carbon Capture Center
operated by Southern Company. Biomass and coal blend
will be converted with 100% CO2 capture.

FloDesign Wind’s Mixer Ejector Wind Turbine is a new,             No   Yes
shrouded, axial-flow wind turbine capable of delivering
significantly more energy per unit swept area with greatly
reduced rotor loading as compared to existing horizontal
axis wind turbines and current duct augmented wind
turbines. The lower loads, smaller rotor and shrouded
concept provide significant opportunity for mass production
and other cost reduction manufacturing techniques.

This project seeks to develop a step-out technology to            No   Yes
increase refinery efficiency, reduce carbon dioxide
emissions, and produce more gasoline from each barrel of
oil by converting the olefinic portion of refinery off-gas into
alkylate, a clean-burning, high-octane component of
gasoline.
Mount Laurel Township will submit an Energy Efficiency           No   Yes   Mount Laurel
and Conservation Strategy within 120 days of grant award
notification per the requirements of the Department of
Energy's Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant
program.
The activity includes the development of an Energy               No   Yes   Aguada
Efficiency and Conservation Strategy for the Municipality of
Aguada.
This project incorporates refrigerator replacement into the      No   Yes   Nationwide
weatherization assistance program.

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Reactive              No   Yes   Idaho Falls, South
Tracers project will be conducted at both the Raft River                    Central Idaho
hydrothermal site in South Central Idaho and at the Idaho
National Lab Research Center in Idaho Falls. The purpose
of this work is to characterize tracers and test these tracers
at the Raft River project through use of tracers and
methods under realistic conditions.

Polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) contaminated areas within         No   No
Building 15 will be remediated in accordance with Toxic
Substance Control Act regulations to eliminate potential
PCB exposure. Asbestos Containing Materials
encountered as part of the project will also be removed.
September 2013 thru February 2014.

Areas within Building 16 that exhibit polychlorinated            No   No
biphenyl contamination above the 10 microgram per l00
square centimeters exposure threshold, as defined by the
Toxic Substances Control Act, would be addressed under
this project. February 2014 thru September 2014.
Removal of an abandoned high voltage cable, the removal          No   No
of an abandoned wooden cable tray, and a general clean-
up of the area. March 2014 thru June 2014.

Installation of grade-control structures to reduce the           No         DP Canyon,
potential for transport of low-level polychlorinated biphenyl               Pueblo Canyon
contamination in the sediment deposits of the Pueblo and
DP Canyon watersheds. The grade-control structures
would result in reduced-flow velocities and peak discharge
during flood events and should reduce erosion of
contaminated deposits downstream of the structures.

Subcontractor shall provide all labor, materials, tools,         No   No    West Hackberry
equipment, transportation and supervision required to tear
down, inspect, and perform minor repairs to the air
conditioning and heating units at West Hackberry on a ―will
call or as needed basis‖ during the period from 2010 to
2013.
Subcontractor shall provide a mobile van with all labor,         No   No    West Hackberry
material, equipment, transportation, and supervision
required to perform annual testing of all pressure safety
valves at West Hackberry.
Subcontractor shall provide temporary grass cutters,            No   No
equipment operators, and laborers to perform grass cutting
and grounds maintenance at the Strategic Petroleum
Reserve sites.
Subcontractor shall provide all materials, tools, equipment,    No   No
transportation, supplies, facilities, utilities, labor, and
supervision required to gas free, clean, and inspect the
BMT-27 slop oil tank. After the inspection results are
reviewed, Department of Energy may exercise options for
repair and relining of the tank.
This document covers the purchase of computer                   No   No
equipment and software from approved vendors and
associated subcontracted maintenance and repair services
for the Strategic Petroleum Reserve during the period of
2011 to 2014.
The Bureau of Land Management's Redding Field Office is         No   No    Shasta County
proposing to construct 10.2 miles of non-motorized trail
from the Sacramento River Trail to the Hornbeck Trail. The
proposed trail would pass through approximately 3/4 of a
mile of Western Area Power Administration property about
500 feet east of the Keswick Substation.

Sandia National Laboratories/New Mexico (SNL/NM)                No   No
proposes to sort, characterize, and repackage legacy
material for disposition. The current project would consist
of disposing of identified legacy material that have been
accumulating at SNL/NM for the past 30-plus years.

The proposed action is to demolish and remove Building          No   Yes   Aiken
710-B, Hazardous Waste Storage Facility, the 8 foot x 40
foot metal storage container and fill the underground fuel
oil tank to the west of Building 710-B with concrete/grout.
The proposed decommissioning end-state for the building
is demolition down to the slab, the storage container will be
relocated and the underground storage tank will be filled
with grout.
Design Services organization of the Savannah River              No   Yes   Aiken
Nuclear Solutions has evaluated the 293-F stack
withstanding Performance Category 3 Natural Phenomena
Hazards loads and concluded that the stack in present
configuration poses a risk of collapsing and possibly falling
on to the roof of 253-F facility. Therefore, a
recommendation was made to reduce the stack height
from 74.4 feet to 25-30 feet, and fill it with the generated
debris so that with this extra weight the height reduced
stack can be qualified for the analyzed loads.
Building 709-1L was built as a temporary Fire Station             No   Yes   Aiken
supporting the L-Reactor Restart Project. Since 1991,
Building 709-1L was used as a surplus equipment storage
facility (e.g. hand tools, office furniture, mixing tanks and
gamma radiation monitors). Building 709-1L was never
equipped with utilities or services (e.g. containment’s,
sumps, floor drains, electrical, mechanical or plumbing
systems) A visual inspection of the buildings floor and
exterior surface, during facility walk down, revealed no
evidence of spill. Historical records and interviews
researched, found that no chemical or radioactive
processes were performed in this building.

The proposed activity is the Deactivation of the 770-U,           No   Yes   Aiken
Heavy Water Components Test Reactor (HWCTR),
located in B-Area. These activities are being conducted
prior to the decommissioning of 770-U, HWCTR.

A temporary parking lot will be installed outside the L Area      No   No    Aiken
fence on the backside of the facility. This parking lot is for
use by construction personnel to park their personal
vehicles during construction of a heating plant.
This Environmental Evaluation Checklist (EEC) covers              No   No    Aiken
analytical methods to be performed in Labs. Methods
include separation of Alpha emitting isotopes for the
purpose of measurements, Gamma Sample Preparation
and analysis, Gross Alpha Beta Determination and
Analysis by liquid scintillation, distillation of environmental
samples for Tritium analysis, Technicium-99 by extraction
chromatography, Strontium-90 analysis, Nickel 59 and 63
analysis, CF-Isotopics Content by Chemical separation.
Revision 3 of this EEC details a project to measure the
distribution of selected lanthanide and actinide elements
between di(2-ethyl hexyl) phosphoric acid (HDEHP) and an
aqueous phase containing various complexants.

Removal of crush-n-run gravel and soil from backside of           No   No    Aiken
the L Reactor facility due to oil and grease leakage from
crane.
A task to characterize the volatile organic compound              No   No    Aiken
(VOC) concentration in the headspace of a closed
container with dried DeconGel 1101 (MSDS 38502). The
tests described here are designed to simulate the disposal
of this decontamination agent in a waste package after
some predetermined drying time and packaging time.

Wet oxidation carbon analysis uses low heat and sodium            No   No    Aiken
persulfate solution to determine total organic carbon
concentrations in aqueous samples.
Demolish K-Cooling Tower (185-3K), a steel reinforced            No   Yes   Aiken
hyperbolic concrete structure with a base measuring 345
feet inside diameter, a top inside diameter of 210 feet, and
a height of 452 feet above grade. The concrete and other
material will be taken to the Construction & Demolition
(C&D) landfill located on the Savannah River Site (SRS).
Steps will be taken to minimize or prevent any impacts on
the surrounding environment. Evaluations will be
conducted to potentially recycle the concrete, steel and
plastic components.
The Process Technology Programs section will routinely be        No   No    Aiken
performing various glass formulation and characterization
tests in support of the Defense Waste Processing Facility
(DWPF) and other customers. Glass form development
activities will include: batching, melting, grinding and heat
treatments (isothermal and controlled cooling) of various
waste forms with varying compositions. Subsequent
testing and characterization activities will include: density,
durability (e.g., PCT and VHT) and viscosity. A hydrofluoric
acid (HF) solution will be used to clean platinum crucibles.


Conduct generic thermal analysis on common materials of          No   No    Aiken
construction, polymers, ceramics, and metals. The testing
will be conducted in room D0224 in building 773-A. The
room has a self-contained HVAC system. Small samples
(2 to 50 milligrams) are commonly used for the tests.
Small amounts of gas may be evolved into the room. No
toxic materials will be tested.

Residues from H and F area that contained enriched               No   No    Aiken
Uranium and/or Plutonium are to be processed at HB-Line.
Prior to processing these materials, flow sheet
development activities will be performed at Savannah River
National Laboratory. This work will include dissolution of
solids, separation of dissolved species, precipitation of
dissolved materials, and calcination of the some of the
precipitates.
The purpose of this task is to test the permeability of          No   No    Aiken
various saltstone grout formulations for permeability and
other hydraulic properties.
This activity involves the handling of both small and large      No   No    Aiken
quantities of kaolin clay, granite gravel, and potassium
chloride pellets (KCl). Laboratory testing will be performed
on small quantities of each to determine that they are
acceptable common background radiation emitters. After
laboratory testing large quantities of each (~40 ton) will be
purchased.
Environmental & Chemical Process Technology personnel            No   No    Aiken
routinely fabricate and characterize various glass, ceramic
and composite materials in support of the Defense Waste
Processing Facility and other on-site and off-site customers
at the Aiken County Technology Laboratory.
Distillation of ammonia/water solutions and fermentation           No   No    Aiken
broths will be performed in the fume hood located in 999-
1W, Room 107, for the purposes of recovering volatile
solvents. The distillations will be performed using
glassware designed for this purpose, and all work will be
carried out at atmospheric pressure in air.


This activity is the removal of a section of 13.8 kilovolt lines   No   Yes   Aiken
and poles.

Approximately 125,000 gallons of water to be transferred           No   No    Aiken
from cooling water system (CWS) tank to C Disassembly
as ―make-up water‖.
Evaluation of the long-term effectiveness of enhanced soil         No   No    Aiken
remediation with mixed amendments using geochemical
parameters and numerical modeling under field conditions
"TRACK 2" Under the proposed research we will
investigate the ability of amendment mixtures including
phosphates, organoclay, and cross-linked biopolymers to
treat metals under field conditions.

Support of the tank closure program requires mixer pumps,          No   Yes   Aiken
chemical campaigns, and other systems and methods to
clean the waste tanks. Existing reliable mixer pumps
require relocation and associated ancillary equipment
requires upgrading to support tank cleaning operations.

Center for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technologies            No   No
will use Department of Energy funding to conduct outreach
activities in order to improve the efficiency of the existing
transmission grid in the Western Interconnection to
accommodate more wind energy and to significantly
expand the grid to provide access to wind energy and other
clear energy sources.
Department of Energy and cost share funding would be               No   No
used by Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and Voith
Siemens Hydropower Generation Inc. (VSH) facilities in
York, Pennsylvania. Funding for this award will be used to
complete developmental engineering of an "advanced"
hydropower turbine concept.
re vision consulting, LLC will use Department of Energy            No   No
funding to conduct a desktop analysis to understand the
present and future costs of hydrokinetic projects. The
analysis will look at the potential costs for project
development, foundation and structure, supply chain costs,
operational procedure costs and electrical collector and
grid interconnection costs.
This proposed project is a working for others agreement         No   No
between the US Navy and National Renewable Energy
Laboratory to install a meteorological (met) tower (60
meters high) at the United States Naval base Yokosuka,
Japan for 12 months. Data collected from the met tower
anemometers, vanes and temperature sensors would be
used to provide a feasibility study for wind potential at the
site.
Georgia Tech Research Corporation will use Department           No   No
of Energy funding to conduct assessments on the
Maximum Practicably Extractable Energy from the ocean
Thermal resource.
Commonwealth Edison Company is proposing to use                 No   Yes
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding through
Department of Energy to evaluate residential electricity
consumption impacts of behind-the-meter photovoltaic
energy systems and energy storage located within an
Advance Metering Infrastructure footprint.

Advanced Energy Conversion, LLC will use congressionally        No   No
directed funding through Department of Energy to develop
an integrated turbine/generator system that would be
installed in effluent channels of wastewater treatment
plants (WWTPs). This equipment will be designed to be
installed into existing WWTPs and allow the plants to
generate a portion of their own electricity. Work being
conducted under this project is strictly research and
development, no actual installation or demonstration will be
done.
Department of Energy (DOE) is proposing to provide              No   No
funding for the Ohio Advanced Energy Manufacturing
Center to support manufacturing and create responsive
manufacturing clusters which would support the production
of advanced energy and energy efficient products. The
recipient is proposing to use DOE funds for outreach,
technical assistance, and project management/reporting.

ClimateMaster would develop a modeling system for hybrid        No   No    Oklahoma City
water and/or water to water ground geothermal heat pump
(GHP) systems. The project would produce a computer
model, which could be used in the planning and design of
stimulation techniques to create engineered GHP systems.

Oklahoma State University would develop a modeling              No   No    Stillwater
system for heat pump systems that utilize surface water or
sanding column wells as a heat source and sink. The
project would produce a computer model, which could be
used in the planning and design of stimulation techniques
to create engineered heat pump systems.
Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) is proposing to      No   No
use Department of Energy funding to benchmark the
current role and to provide a better understanding of the
future role for hydropower and pumped-storage to provide
grid services. The project will develop an approach that
quantifies the full potential value of hydropower resources
to the electric grid.
This National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)                 No   No   Austin
determination (GFO-07-131F) is the result of Austin Energy
choosing a photovoltaic (PV) system installation site. The
Original NEPA determination (GFO-07-131; CX A9)
required Austin Energy to submit an additional EF1 for
each selected solar installation site. Austin Energy would
use Department of Energy and cost share funding for the
installation of a pole mounted PV system at Austin
Independent School District's Rodriguez Elementary
School Campus
This National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)                 No   No   Austin
determination (GFO-07-131G) is the result of Austin
Energy choosing a photovoltaic (PV) system installation
site. The Original NEPA determination (GFO-07-131; CX
A9) required Austin Energy to submit an additional EF1 for
each selected solar installation site. Austin Energy would
use Department of Energy and cost share funding for the
installation of a pole mounted PV system at Austin
Independent School District's Webb Middle School
Campus
This National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)                 No   No   Austin
determination (GFO-07-131D) is the result of Austin
Energy choosing a photovoltaic (PV) system installation
site. The Original NEPA determination (GFO-07-131; CX
A9) required Austin Energy to submit an additional EF1 for
each selected solar installation site. Austin Energy (AE)
proposes to install a 2.5 kilowatt pole mounted PV system
at Lyndon B. Johnson High School Campus as part of AE's
Solar Schools program.

This National Environmental Policy Act determination          No   No   Lakewood
includes design and construction of the Denver West
Parkway intersection. This proposed project is to develop,
design, and construct a larger Denver West Parkway and
Denver West Marriott Boulevard intersection.

This National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)                 No   No   Austin
determination (GFO-07-131E) is the result of Austin
Energy choosing a photovoltaic (PV) system installation
site. The Original NEPA determination (GFO-07-131; CX
A9) required Austin Energy to submit an additional EF1 for
each selected solar installation site. Austin Energy would
use Department of Energy and cost share funding for the
installation of a pole mounted PV system at Eanes
Independent School District's Valley View Elementary
School Campus
This project is a re-review due to a scope change. Under          No   No
the scope change, Lakeshore Technical College is
proposing to use Department of Energy Funding to
establish a torque test station on campus, which will be
housed indoors and in a laboratory set-up for training
purposes.
Bob Lawrence & Associates, Incorporated would                     No   No
demonstrate the potential benefits of geothermal heat
pump systems by completing a cost-benefit analysis, direct
use analysis, and technical assistance (no construction
would take place).


Lockheed Martin is proposing to use Department of Energy          No   No
funding to conduct assessments on ocean thermal energy
resources and to integrate the results into an interactive
geographical information system visualization tool. This will
involve conducting a desktop study, data collection,
analysis and computer modeling activities.

Lockheed Martin will use Department of Energy funding to          No   No
conduct a desk-top analysis of Life Cycle Costs for both
near-shore and offshore Ocean Thermal Energy Converter
(OTEC) facilities. The analysis will define baseline scenario
and capital cost requirements for near-shore grid
connected plants as well as the requirements for an
offshore energy carrier and the requirements and costs to
transport that carrier to the United States. The project will
also define the environmental issues necessary for
permitting, licensing, and monitoring. This will include an
environmental cost assessment for OTEC plants.

Northern Virginia Community College is proposing to use           No   No
Congressionally Direct Funding through Department of
Energy to establish a state of the art laboratory devoted to
alternative energy.
Energy Northwest will use Department of Energy American           No   Yes
Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding for the design,
manufacture, and installation of a new Pelton Wheel
turbine runner and related infrastructure upgrades at the
Packwood Lake Hydroelectric facility.
Department of Energy is proposing to provide federal              No   No
funding to Houston Community College to establish a
network of educational, industry, and state partners to
ensure the availability and effectiveness of solar installation
training throughout the region. This project would also
provide professional development opportunities for
educators at institutions that with to start or improve
training and education programs in solar installation.
The New England Marine Renewable Energy Center                  No   No
(MERC) University Consortium is proposing to use
Department of Energy Congressionally Directed Project
funding to demonstrate the feasibility in developing marine
renewable energy in the New England area. MERC is
comprised of the University of Massachusetts,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Woods Hole
Oceanographic Institution, University of New Hampshire,
and University of Rhode Island.

Department of Energy and cost share funding will be used        No   No
by Abengoa Solar, Inc. (Lakewood Colorado) to conduct an
analysis a concentrator structure, the reflector that
integrates into that structure, foundations, and installation
techniques.
North Dakota State University will use Congressionally          No   No
Directed Funding through Department of Energy to develop
and design the fabrication of thin-film photovoltaic
materials that would accelerate commercialization and cost
effective manufacturing and catalysis studies of the
oxidative cleavage of unsaturated compounds found in
plants and applications to fuel cells.

Department of Energy is proposing to continue to provide        No   No
funding to the recipient for Solar Photovoltaic and Solar
Thermal Installer Certification Testing. North American
Board of Certified Energy Practitioners currently is the only
industry accepted Certifying body for Solar Photovoltaic
and Solar Thermal Installers.
California State University, Los Angeles will use               No   No
Congressionally Directed Funding through Department of
Energy to install a hydrogen fueling station. The unit will
dispense gaseous hydrogen at 5,000 psi and 10,000 psi
with a storage capacity of 60 kilograms. The station will be
capable of refueling approximately fifteen vehicles per day
at approximately 4 kilograms of hydrogen per vehicle.

The University of Kansas will use Congressionally Directed      No   No
Funding from Department of Energy to demonstrate the
feasibility of biofuels production in Kansas.

The following Project Activity Sheets (PASs) are bounded        No   Yes
by the signed Statement of Work and are therefore
categorically excluded under the National Environmental
Policy Act: #1 Greenhouse Gas Inventory, #3 Residential
Energy Audits, #4 Rental Energy Efficiency Retrofit
Program, #6 Traffic Signal Retiming, and #7 Renewable
Energy Generation - Feasibility Study. Additionally, PAS #2
Pascal Senior Center Energy Efficiency Project is
categorically excluded for several energy efficiency
retrofits. PAS #8 Administration is categorically excluded.
The following Project Activity Sheets (PASs) are bounded        No   Yes
by the signed Statement of Work and are therefore
categorically excluded under the National Environmental
Policy Act: #1 Sustainability Coordinator, #2
Education/Communication, #3 Facility Audits, #4 EC Code
Training, #5 Facilities Repair Program, #6 220 Server
Room Study, #7 220 Server Room Heating, Ventilation, Air
Conditioning, #8 Rideshare Program, #9 Courthouse
Building Repairs, #10 Englewood Library Heating,
Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and #11 Library Chiller.

The following Project Activity Sheets (PASs) are bounded        No   Yes
by the signed Statement of Work and are therefore
categorically excluded under the National Environmental
Policy Act: #2 Public Housing Energy Efficiency Retrofits,
#3 Window Replacement Planning and Implementation, #5
Sustainable Energy Wind Powered Electricity - Cheverly,
#6 Capitol Heights Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Demonstration Project, #7 Brentwood Green Home
Initiative, #8 City of District Heights Green Energy
Efficiency Program, #9 Edmonston Green Educational
Center at Town Hall complete with Energy Audit and New
Roof, #10 Community Development Manager - Hyattsville,
#11 Street Lights Upgrade Energy Conservation/
Pedestrian Safety Project, Berwyn Heights, and #12 Solar
Energy Recovery Plan.

The following Project Activity Sheets (PASs) are bounded        No   Yes
by the signed Statement of Work and are therefore
categorically excluded under the National Environmental
Policy Act: #1 Improve City Facility, Multi-family, and
Construction Waste Recycling, #2 Energy Efficiency
Retrofits and Building Automation System Improvements
for City Building, #5 Green Jobs Development
Infrastructure, #6 Energy Outreach Coordinator and City
Communications Program, #7 Residential Energy Audit,
Implementation Support, and Retrofit Demonstration, #8
Financial Incentives Assistance and Revolving Load Fund,
#9 Comprehensive Plan Sustainability Recommendation,
#10 Technical Assistance, and #11 Administration of
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant Programs.


The University of North Dakota Energy and Environmental         No   No
Research Center will use Department of Energy
Congressionally Directed Project funding to demonstrate
the feasibility of converting biomass into alternate forms of
energy.
The following Project Activity Sheets are bounded by the        No   No    Camden County
signed Statement of Work and are therefore categorically
excluded under National Environmental Policy Act: #3
Revolving Loan Fund.
The following Project Activity Sheets are bounded by the     No   No    Morris County
signed Statement of Work and are therefore categorically
excluded under National Environmental Policy Act: #1
Energy Efficiency Conservation Strategy - Benchmarking
and Greenhouse Gas Inventory, #2 Energy Audits, #3
Energy Master Plan, #4 County Buildings Energy Retrofits,
#5 Lighting and Building Management System Upgrades,
#6 Energy Training for County Employees, #7 Mass Transit
Awareness Campaign, #8 Hybrid Vehicles for County Van
Pool, #9 Smart Vehicle Routing, and #10 Recycling
Marketing Strategy and Implementation.

The University of Nevada, Las Vegas will use                 No   No    Las Vegas
Congressionally Directed Funding from Department of
Energy to further their research on the development of a
tubular Sodium Super Ionic Conductors membrane
process that produces high-purity sodium methoxide from
low-cost aqueous sodium hydroxide.
The following Project Activity Sheets are bounded by the     No   Yes   Onondaga County
signed Statement of Work and are therefore categorically
excluded under National Environmental Policy Act: #0
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant Strategy
Development, #1 Benchmarking and Energy Audits -
Buildings and Facilities, #2 Energy Efficiency Measures in
County Facilities, #3 Retro-commissioning, #4 Education
and Demonstration Solar/Wind Installation, #5
Benchmarking and Energy Audits - Financial Incentive
Program, #6 Energy Efficiency and Conservation
opportunity Website, and #7 Energy, Sustainability and
Climate Change Master Planning.

The following Project Activity Sheet is bounded by the       No   Yes   Montgomery
signed Statement of Work and is therefore categorically                 County
excluded under National Environmental Policy Act: Energy
Retrofits in Montgomery County, Ohio Government
Buildings.
                                                             No   No


The North Carolina Solar Center will use Department of       No   Yes   North Carolina
Energy American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding                   State University
to develop Solar Photovoltaic and Solar Hot Water Train-
the Trainer program which will leverage their network of
partners and experience in the solar industry and serve as
a train-the-trainer center for the Mid-Atlantic region.

The Foster Glocaster Regional School District in Rhode       No   No
Island would demonstrate the feasibility of an alternative
energy laboratory and biomass facility.
This project is for the commissioning of a meteorological        No   No
(met) tower to be installed at the Naval Station Newport in
Rhode Island. The National Environmental Policy Act
determination for a previous met tower (National
Renewable Energy Laboratory Tracking Number 08-015c)
was signed on 7/23/09. Subsequently, it was determined
that another met tower be installed to enhance the wind
data collection capabilities for this project.

Nevada Renewable Energy Integration and Development              No   No
Consortium would use Department of Energy
Congressionally Directed Project funding to demonstrate
the feasibility in developing a renewable energy research
work force. Funding from this project would be used to
expand and accelerate renewable energy research and
development and to coordinate these efforts across the
three research institution.
The University of North Dakota Energy and Environmental          No   No
Research Center will use Department of Energy
Congressionally Directed Project funding to demonstrate
the feasibility of converting biomass into alternate forms of
energy.
The Hawaiian Electric Company will use Department of             No   Yes
Energy Congressionally Directed Project funding to
investigate specific integration strategies or initiatives
which will enable them to implement wind resources
unique to the respective island grids, "Smart Grid" prepare
the system and support more collaborative planning for
reliable operations.
The County of Los Alamos, Department of Public Utilities         No   Yes   Los Alamos
will be using Department of Energy American Recovery                        County
and Reinvestment Act funding to design and construct a
powerhouse addition and add a 3 megawatt low flow
turbine generator to the existing Abiquiu hydroelectric
plant. The purpose is to produce energy between
November and February when flows are usually below 200
cubic feet per second.
Department of Energy Congressionally Directed Project            No   No
funding will be used to replace existing central chilled water
systems at Clark High School with more efficient parallel
chillers.
The project aims to conduct the applied research and             No   No    Portland
development necessary to demonstrate, evaluate, and
establish an operational forecast system for ocean currents
in the Gulf of Mexico.
The project aims to conduct the applied research and             No   No    Raleigh
development necessary to demonstrate, evaluate, and
establish an operational forecast system for ocean currents
in the Gulf of Mexico.
The project aims to conduct the applied research and             No   No    Stennis Space
development necessary to demonstrate, evaluate, and                         Center
establish an operational forecast system for ocean currents
in the Gulf of Mexico.
The project aims to conduct the applied research and              No   No    Princeton
development necessary to demonstrate, evaluate, and                          University
establish an operational forecast system for ocean currents
in the Gulf of Mexico.
The project aims to conduct the applied research and              No   No    College Station
development necessary to demonstrate, evaluate, and
establish an operational forecast system for ocean currents
in the Gulf of Mexico.
The project aims to conduct the applied research and              No   No    Los Angeles
development necessary to demonstrate, evaluate, and
establish an operational forecast system for ocean currents
in the Gulf of Mexico.
Sandia will develop solar reactor technologies to produce         No   Yes   Albuquerque
syngas from methane and carbon dioxide waste streams.

To create an ultra-compact 80 lumens per watt (LPW) solid         No   Yes   Goleta
state lighting (SSL) luminaire that emits at a color
temperature of 3000 Kelvin with a color rendering index
(CRI) of 90. The project will involve synergetic light-emitting
diode (LED) component, optics, thermal management and
driver development.
Provide the power and cooling for additional computational        No   No    NETL/Pittsburgh
racks purchased by Office of Research and Development.

The objective of this project is to develop optimized             No   Yes   Niskayuna, NY;
phosphors and light engines that maximize phosphor down-                     Cleveland, OH;
conversion efficiency and lamp efficacy while retaining                      Athens, GA
necessary color quality.
Clean Cities Area of Interest #4: The project funds the           No   Yes
deployment of various alternative fuel vehicles and the
development of unique alternative fuel refueling locations.-
NEW VEHICLE PURCHASES TASKS ONLY

Clean Cities Area of Interest #4: The project funds the           No   Yes   Trenton
deployment of compressed natural gas (CNG) refuse
trucks and shuttle buses and the development of four CNG
refueling locations.- CENTRAL JERSEY WASTE CNG
FUELING DEVELOPMENT TASKS ONLY
To develop and publish a comprehensive monograph that             No   No    Pittsburgh
identifies and clearly articulates the several ways in which
the nation can move forward with a high penetration of
renewable power.
Use biogas from upgraded wastewater treatment plant to            No   Yes   Northumberland
generate electricity. Installation of genset equipment                       County
including biogas utilization generators, piping, gas
scrubbing equipment, switchgear, valves and pumps.
Energy efficient upgrades to building, installation of            No   Yes
renewable energy technology, implementation of energy
efficient emergency systems, training programs, installation
of alternative fueling pumps
Energy efficient upgrades to building. Building not being         No   Yes
constructed with state energy program (SEP) American
Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds and no
research will be performed with SEP ARRA funds.
Fund solar photovoltaic systems sufficient to bring the          No   Yes
schools to net-zero (or near net-zero) energy
Sandia will develop solar reactor technologies to produce        No   Yes   Albuquerque
syngas from methane and carbon dioxide waste streams.

This is a sub contractor for Renewable Energy Institute          No   Yes   Sacramento
International (REII). A description of this work can be
found in REII's Statement of Project Objectives and
Sandia's Field Work Proposal.
Three (3) projects including lighting upgrades and window        No   Yes
replacement that could be implemented quickly using
existing contract service providers, in-house staff or yet-to-
be awarded contractors.
26 projects including heating, ventilation, and air              No   Yes
conditioning, and electrical upgrades that could be
implemented quickly using existing contract service
providers, in-house staff or yet-to-be awarded contractors.

Support lighting and heating, ventilation, and air               No   Yes
conditioning projects at 14 buildings

State staff will attend a national energy codes training         No   Yes
conference.

Install outdoor biomass boiler and 20 foot x 30 foot             No   Yes   Wise County
concrete pad and canopy to store wood chips and ash.
Unit to provide heat to greenhouses, office, and truck
garage on site.
Grant is for engineering, permitting, design, and legal work     No   Yes   Fauquier County
to develop a potential power plant project using
Europlasma technology. Paper studies only, no
construction.
Install 2,000 square foot metal building to house new            No   Yes   Martinsville
generator and controls. Will connect to existing landfill gas
collection lines, supervisory control and data acquisition
system, and city's electric system.
Install anaerobic digester and utility building for              No   Yes   Chatham
generator/separator on existing dairy farm amidst existing
barns and manure lagoon to generate electricity and
animal bedding from manure.
Existing wood pellet mill operation to expand capacity by        No   Yes   Chesterfield
40,000 tons. All equipment and improvements will be in an                   County
existing building. No new construction.
Install heat recovery steam generator on existing gas fired      No   Yes   King George's
turbine at landfill, and convey resulting steam through                     County
existing piping to rehabilitated, existing greenhouses for
organic crop production.
Retrofit two existing boilers and install one boiler to burn     No   Yes   Rockingham
methane gas that will be purchased from an existing local                   County
landfill.
Install a generator to produce heat and power on a               No   Yes   Christiansburg
concrete slab adjacent to existing anaerobic digester that
produces biogas. Currently the biogas is flared.
Retrofit two existing coal boilers to accept up to 10 percent     No   Yes   Goochland County
biomass as feedstock. Retrofit one existing boiler to
accept biodiesel. All in existing structures, no new
construction.
Install internal combustion reciprocating engine combined         No   Yes   Roanoke County
heat and power unit on existing anaerobic sludge digester
to obtain electricity and heat for use on site. Currently,
biogas is flared.
Install small hot water biomass district heating system at        No   Yes   Belchertown
three schools in a campus setting.
Revision 2A: Improvements to heating, ventilation, air            No   Yes   Philadelphia
conditioning system (including installation of new high-
efficiency boilers) in existing building. Received State
Historic Preservation Offices letter on February 5, 2010
stating there will be no impact on historic properties.
Installation of wood chip boiler w/ cogen and support             No   Yes
structure to replace existing boiler.
Install small anaerobic digester (less than 60feet x 60feet),     No   Yes   Westmoreland
solids separator, gas scrubber and combined heat and                         County
power (CHP) unit at 5 existing dairy farms. CHP Units may
include canopies or may be in existing buildings.

Installation 90foot diameter digester and 1,200 square foot       No   Yes   Beavertown
utility shed adjacent to existing 3.5 million gallon pig
manure lagoon. Utility shed to house biogas fueled genset
to generate electricity.
Construction of 800 kilowatt combined heat and power              No   Yes   Hermitage
generator to utilize biogas at wastewater treatment plant for
production of electricity and hot water for process usage
and stabilization of municipal sludge.
Installation of compact anaerobic digesters at 3 dairy            No   Yes   Lebanon County
farms. Each will require 350 square foot installation near
existing wastewater lagoons. Utilize the electrical power
generated on site.
Installation of biogas conditioning and combined heat and         No   Yes   Hershey
power system at existing wastewater treatment plant.
Installing small canopy (24 feet x 25feet) to cover gas
conditioning equipment. Utilize heat and power generated
on site.
Replacement of existing internal combustion co-generation         No   Yes   York
system with a more efficient micro-turbine unit at an
existing wastewater treatment plant. Utilize electricity
generated on site.
Installation of natural gas cogeneration facility that can        No   Yes   Danville
provide heat and up to 5 megawatts for use on site.
Includes installation of gas turbine generator adjacent to
existing powerhouse.
Under Pennsylvania Green Energy Works! Combined Heat              No   Yes   Cumberland
and Power (CHP) - Install CHP unit to generate heat and                      County
power from biogas that is currently collected and used for
heat and then flared off.
Under Pennsylvania Green Energy Works! Combined Heat              No   Yes   Mount Joy
and Power (CHP) - the installation of 1 megawatt CHP
system at existing industrial facility. Will work with existing
boilers and existing substations.
Under PA Green Energy Works! Combined Heat and                   No   Yes   Philadelphia
Power - Install 200 kilowatt microturbine and chiller into
existing central utility plant to supplement existing systems.
Will also be an educational tool.
Under Pennsylvania Green Energy Works! Combined Heat             No   Yes   Montgomery
and Power - Install 4.5 megawatt Combustion Turbine                         County
system to reduce usage of 45 year old boilers in existing
buildings and produce electricity for on site use.

Under Pennsylvania Green Energy Works! Combined Heat             No   Yes   Philadelphia
and Power (CHP) - Install eight CHP systems at four high
density residential properties. The heating systems will
also provide electric for on site consumption.

Under Pennsylvania Green Energy Works! Combined Heat             No   Yes
and Power - Install co-generation turbine to convert
existing produced steam into electricity. May supply up to
23 percent of American Refining Group electric needs.

Under PA Green Energy Works! Combined Heat and                   No   Yes   Towanda
Power - Install 1 megawatt skid mounted turbine system to
utilize existing steam and produce electricity for on site
use.
Under PA Green Energy Works! Combined Heat and                   No   Yes
Power - Replace existing boilers and chiller with 1.3
megawatt cogeneration unit and refurbished high-efficiency
electric chiller in existing buildings.
The objective of the proposed work is to upgrade our             No   No    Milwaukee
existing facility to handle the blending of biodiesel with
diesel. This project would involve the installation of
electrical trace, insulation, meters, and filter necessary for
the handling. Less than 5% of our 10 acre facility would be
used for this project.
The objective is to have public access to Biodiesel-20 and       No   No    Blair
above. The project involves installing 2 new dispenser that
can blend bio at the pump. A new card reader will be
needed. Tanks and piping can be reused since they were
installed in 1998 but some seals in the pump will need to
be replaced.
The project will only require placing the kiosk on already       No   No    Monona
present concrete and then running electrical wire. Install
dispenser capability of choosing between three owner-set
blends of biodiesel and petro diesel fuel. This will also
involve setting the kiosk and running electrical wiring to the
kiosk.
The United States Department of Energy Office of Legacy          No   No    Salmon
Management proposes several maintenance projects on
the Salmon, Mississippi, Site in Lamar County, Mississippi.
The projects include replacing or repairing culverts under
site roads, repairing a bridge, installing 88 bollards to
protect monitoring wells, and replacing three well pads.

Subcontractor shall provide a new 3,000 gallon vacuum            No   No    Bayou Choctaw
truck to replace the existing Bayou Choctaw vacuum truck,
BCVT1.
Subcontractor shall furnish all materials, tools, equipment,        No   No    Bryan Mound
supplies, transportation, labor, supervision, and services
required to replace the Bryan Mound Oil/Water Separators.

Subcontractor shall provide all transportation, materials,          No   No    West Hackberry
equipment, supplies, tools, facilities, utilities, labor, coating
inspectors, and supervision required to remove and
replace the liners in West Hackberry tanks (WHT) WHT-1
and WHT-10.
Subcontractor shall provide all labor, tools, materials,            No   No    West Hackberry
equipment (except for Government-furnished equipment
items), and supervision required to perform the work
associated with West Hackberry (WH)-MM-589 and WH-
MM-730.
Department of Energy is proposing to provide funding to             No   No
the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission for the
temporary installation of a portable biodiesel product and
increase the production of digester gas by the introduction
of grown grease into the Oceanside Treatment Plant's
anaerobic digesters.
California Institute of Technology is proposing to use              No   Yes
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding through
the Department of Energy to develop a mathematical
model that represents the problems inherent in data center
power optimization.
SeaMicro Incorporated is proposing to use American                  No   Yes
Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding through
Department of Energy to develop servers that dramatically
reduce the power consumed by data centers. They will
continue developing a ultra high density, low-power, single-
box cluster volume computer server system.

Department of Energy proposes to provide funding to the             No   No
recipient as a continuation of a fiscal year (FY) 2008
Congressionally Directed Project (CDP). The FY08 CDP
focused on development of a curricula for biofuels and
wind power courses and labs at Minnesota West Technical
and Community College, and performance of research on
the use of biomass feedstocks for ethanol production.

Department of Energy proposes to provide funding to the             No   No
recipient to conduct feasibility studies, non-experimental
studies, and support activities geared to enabling private
sector entities to develop business plans and provide
assistance in obtaining private capital for developing
startup companies engaged in rewable energy.

Alcoa Power Generating Inc. is proposing to use American            No   Yes
Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding through
Department of Energy to implement major upgrades at its
Cheoah hydroelectric facility near Robbinsville, North
Carolina
Alcatel-Lucent USA is proposing to use American                 No   Yes
Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding through the
Department of Energy to develop and accelerate the
commercialization of a refrigerant-based, liquid-cooling
technology and achieve a substantial increase in energy
efficiency and carbon footprint reduction for the nation's
Information and Communications Technology
infrastructure
Alcatel-Lucent USA is proposing to use American                 No   Yes
Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding through the
Department of Energy to investigate and develop novel
approaches to the design, management, and programming
of networking equipment to achieve high levels of energy
performance.
Department of Energy is proposing to provide funding to         No   No    Las Vegas
the recipient for the following activities: Research on
resource conservation, Outreach activities to promote and
disseminate sustainability efforts, Development of
sustainability curriculum at University of Nevada at Las
Vegas, Campus sustainability efforts, Project management
and reporting
International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation, T. J.        No   Yes
Watson Research Center and the Georgia Institute of
Technology is proposing to use American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act funding through Department of Energy to
develop a software tool and the underlying technology
components to provide critical decision support and
controls for data center and telecommunication facilities
operations to improve energy efficiency.

Columbia University is proposing to use American                No   Yes
Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding through
Department of Energy to research methods to reduce
energy consumption in future servers by addressing the
power issue at the processor chip level rather than the
motherboard level. Development will include design and
prototype fabrication of the technologies.
Department of Energy (DOE) is proposing to provide              No   No
funding to the recipient to further the Sun Grant's and
DOE's efforts in helping to establish a sustainable supply of
lignocellulosic feedstocks for the production of bioenergy
and bioproducts from agricultural-based sources.

Lineage Power Corporation is proposing to use American          No   Yes
Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding through the
Department of Energy to develop, field test and prove the
commercial feasibility of both High-Efficiency Wideband
Three-Phase Switched-Mode Rectifiers utilizing high-
efficiency power conversion circuits and an Adaptive
Rectifier Management efficiency-optimized control system.

Develop model that quantitatively characterizes the             No   No    Cambridge,
threshold parameters for internal short-circuit-induced                    Middlesex
thermal runaway.
The objective of this project is to provide public access to   No   No    Atlanta
liquid propane motor fuel at an existing retail gas station.

The objective of this project is to provide public access to   No   No    Fairburn
liquid propane motor fuel at an existing retail gas station.

The objective of this project is to provide public access to   No   No    Hapeville
liquid propane motor fuel at an existing retail gas station.

The objective of this project is to provide public access to   No   No    Lithia Springs
liquid propane motor fuel at an existing retail gas station.

The objective of this project is to provide public access to   No   No    Tucker
liquid propane motor fuel at an existing retail gas station.

The objective of this project is to provide public access to   No   No    Woodridge
liquid propane motor fuel at an existing retail gas station.

The objective of this project is to provide public access to   No   No    Chicago
liquid propane motor fuel at an existing retail gas station.

The objective of this project is to provide public access to   No   No    Cicero
liquid propane motor fuel at an existing retail gas station.

The objective of this project is to provide public access to   No   No    Des Plains
liquid propane motor fuel at an existing retail gas station.

The objective of this project is to provide public access to   No   No    Oak Forest
liquid propane motor fuel at an existing retail gas station.

The objective of this project is to provide public access to   No   No    Houston
liquid propane motor fuel at an existing retail gas station.

The objective of this project is to provide public access to   No   No    Houston
liquid propane motor fuel at an existing retail gas station.

The objective of this project is to provide public access to   No   No    Houston
liquid propane motor fuel at an existing retail gas station.

The objective of this project is to provide public access to   No   No    Houston
liquid propane motor fuel at an existing retail gas station.

The objective of this project is to provide public access to   No   No    Houston
liquid propane motor fuel at an existing retail gas station.

This is a sub contractor for Renewable Energy Institute        No   Yes   Sacramento
International (REII). A description of this work can be
found in REII's Statement of Project Objectivies and
Sandia's Field Work Proposal.
The objective of this project is to develop a solution         No   Yes   Sunnyvale
processable transparent conducting hole injection
electrode (TCHI). American Recovery and Reinvestment
Act Funding: DE-FOA-0000082.
The objective of this project is to develop a solution          No   Yes   Pittsburgh
processable transparent conducting hole injection
electrode (TCHI). American Recovery and Reinvestment
Act Funding: DE-FOA-0000082.

The objective of the proposed two-year project is to            No   Yes   San Jose
achieve 60 percent epitaxy cost reduction for the
manufacture of high-power illumination-grade light-emitting
diodes (LEDs). American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
Funding: DE-FOA-0000057.
Purchase of up to 28 original equipment manufacturer            No   Yes
compressed natural gas Refuse hauler trucks.
Purchase of up to 926 original equipment manufacturer           No   Yes
alternative fuel vehicles.

Conversion of 227 vehicles to compressed natural gas. All       No   Yes
conversion kits are United States Environmental Protection
Agency Certified (documentation provided to the Project
Officer) and the companies hired to perform the conversion
are also certified.
The goal of this proposal is to develop a linear fluorescent    No   Yes   Danvers
replacement with superior steady state system efficacy and
lifetime. American Recovery and Reinvestment Act: DE-
FOA-0000055.
Install heat recovery system, recover paper machine waste       No   Yes   Bucksport
water with associated energy for reuse in the process, and
recover paper machine hood exhaust steam to heat water.

Install new equipment to recover paper machine waste            No   Yes   Jay
water with associated energy for reuse in the process and
recover steam from pulping process to preheat wood
chips.
Recover paper machine water and condensate with                 No   Yes   Sartell
associated usable heat for reuse in the process, recover
dryer exhaust energy to heat process air, and recover air
compressor waste heat to heat water.
Lease and use approximately 15 acres of the 46 acres of         No         Los Alamos
land the Los Alamos National Laboratory operated as a                      County
landfill for the installation of up to 2.5 mega watt of
Photovoltaics to generate electric power. The system
would be connected to a 7 mega watt per hour battery
storage system, which, in turn, would be connected to the
Los Alamos Power Pool infrastructure. The battery energy
storage would include sealed sodium sulfur cells mounted
in a factory built enclosure, and sealed lead-acid cells
located in a structure to be built to conform to all required
County building codes.
Develop a commercially viable process for production of         No   Yes
biobutanol from MacroAlgae (seaweed) as a
transformational energy-related project that offers
significant advantages over fossil fuels and ethanol as
currently made from corn and sugarcane and second
generation cellulosic biomass. MacroAlgae is a low cost,
scalable, and environmentally sustainable biomass.
Snohomish County Public Utility District No.1 (SNOPUD)        No   No    Snohomish
has requested interconnection of 7.5 mega watt of hydro                  County,
generation from the existing Young’s Creek Hydro Project                 Washington
in Monroe, Washington. In order to accommodate this
request, Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) will
integrate the hydro power into BPA’s balancing authority
area using existing BPA facilities and infrastructure.
SNOPUD will be responsible for providing Young’s Creek
Hydro data to BPA’s Dittmer Control Center via an Electric
Industry Data Exchange link.

Upgrade the lower Mid-Columbia area 230-kilovolt (kV)         No   No    Grant and Benton
transmission system in Grant and Benton counties,                        Counties,
Washington. The project requires re-conductoring 10.6                    Washington
miles of the Midway-Vantage 230-kV transmission line, re-
terminating the existing Vantage-Columbia 230-kV line at
the Vantage Substation, and installing related transmission
and communications equipment within the Midway and
Vantage substations. Upgrades are needed to mitigate
thermal overloads due to Columbia River flow
management changes for environmental requirements,
and to maintain system reliability in the area.

Remove and replace wood poles in kind within the footprint    No   No    Yakama and
of the existing structures. Equipment likely to disturb the              Benton Counties,
ground includes a combination of the following: a boom                   Washington
truck with an auger attachment, a bucket truck, and or a
crane. The wood pole will be removed; an auger will be
used to remove any soil from the hole and a wood pole of
the same size and diameter will be placed back within the
existing hole.
Performance of a three-dimensional seismic survey line on     No   No
approximately 2,409 acres contained within the Waste
Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) Land Withdrawal Area as part
of a larger survey to determine whether hydrocarbons are
present in the region in quantities that warrant extraction
and development.
Alabama Power Company (ALC) is proposing to use               No   Yes   Coosa River
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding through
Department of Energy (DOE) to upgrade and refurbish four
vintage turbines (1940's-1960's) at three of its hydropower
developments it operates on the Coosa River under
licenses issued by the Federal Energy Regulatory
Commission. The DOE funding would be applied to the
entire project, which is classified as capital purchase and
equipment installation and modification.
American Samoa Government (TEO) will make upgrades               No         American Samoa
to their existing diesel engine power plant at Tafuna Plant.
The TEO will replace their existing radiator cooling system.
The cogeneration equipment will be installed using existing
pipelines from the radiator system, instead of dispersing
the waste heat to the atmosphere, the waste heat will now
be used to heat a contained organic medium which will in
turn power a steam generator. This equipment upgrade
will power an estimated 2,526,000 kilowatt hour per year
and will conserve 166,560 gallons of diesel fuel over the
same time period

Arizona's Department of Commerce Energy Office will              No   Yes   Arizona
administer the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block
Grant (EECBG) Program for the State of Arizona.
Arizona's Department of Commerce Energy Office would
pass through Department of Energy funding to sub-
recipients for the implementation Arizona's EECBG
Program. All projects under this program are bounded in
compliance with the uploaded and signed EECBG
Template for Expedited National Environmental Policy Act
review.
Dehlsen Associates, LLC is proposing to use Department           No         California
of Energy funding to further develop their Aquantis 2.5
megawatt ocean current generation device technology
which is an ocean current turbine designed to extract the
kinetic energy from the ocean's current in hopes of
achieving competitively priced base-load, continuous, and
reliable power generation.
The City of Los Angeles will administer the Energy               No   Yes   Los Angeles,
Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG)                             California
Program for the city. The City of Los Angeles would use
Department of Energy funding for implementation of the
city's EECBG Program. All of the city's activities are
bounded in compliance with the uploaded and signed
Statement of Work for Expedited National Environmental
Policy Act review.
California's Energy Commission will administer the Energy        No   Yes   California
Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG)
Program for the State of California. California's Energy
Commission would pass through Department of Energy
funding to sub-recipients for the implementation of
California's EECBG Program. All projects under this
program are bounded in compliance with the uploaded and
signed EECBG Template for Expedited National
Environmental Policy Act review.
The University of Southern California is proposing a project     No         California
to predict characteristics of fractures and their orientation
prior to drilling new wells. The project will also focus on
determining the location of the fractures, fracture spacing
and orientation during drilling as well as characterizing
open fractures after stimulation to help the location of fluid
flow pathways within the Enhanced Geothermal System
reservoir.
Power Assure, Inc. is proposing to use American Recovery       No   Yes   California
and Reinvestment Act funding through Department of
Energy to demonstrate their propriety software and
supporting hardware which will be integrated into three
independent data centers to manage the power-state of
servers which will reduce overall energy consumption of
the overall system.
A portion of Northern Mariana Island's (CNMI's) State          No   Yes   Northern Mariana
Energy Fund's (SEP's) funding will be used for the upgrade                Islands
of the turbochargers on diesel engines #5-8 found within
Power Plant 1 on the island of Saipan. The
Commonwealth Utilities Corporation has been operating
Mitsubishi-MAN 40/54A and 52/55B engines at its main
power plant since 1986. The exhaust gas turbocharger
models on these engines have been around for over 40
years and are now considered to be both inefficient and
obsolete. The exhaust gas turbochargers decisively
influence the performance of the diesel engines and in
order to deliver optimum performance from these engines,
the CNMI seeks to retrofit them with higher-efficient
models. Retrofitting existing engines with the latest turbo-
charger technology is an effective method of extending the
engine's useful life while also performing its performance,
economics and environmental impact. This project seeks
to replace 4 turbochargers found on Diesel engines
numbered 5, 6, 7 and 8. The projected diesel fuel savings
are expected to be approximately 352,000 gallons per
year.
This NEPA determination includes design and construction       No         Lakewood,
of the Denver West Parkway Intersection Lakewood, CO                      Colorado
80401. This proposed project is to develop, design and
construct a larger Denver West Parkway and Denver West
Marriott Boulevard intersection. The project would be
divided into two stages with multiple tasks.

Department of Energy and cost share funding will be            No         Colorado
applied to develop a detailed framework to determine what
data to collect, how to collect it, what it means and how to
display and disseminate it.
Composite Technology Development, Inc. (CTD) would             No         Lafayette,
develop and demonstrate high-temperature high-pressure                    Colorado
(HTHP) zonal isolation devices for use in Enhanced
Geothermal Systems (EGS). The work would take place in
CTD's facilities located at 2600 Campus Drive, Suite D,
Lafayette, CO 80501.
Composite Technology Development, Inc. (CTD) would              No         Lafayette,
develop and demonstrate multilayer electronic packages                     Colorado
for data-logging in high-temperature geothermal wells. The
work would take place in CTD's facilities located at 2600
Campus Drive, Suite D, Lafayette, CO 80501.
Subcontractors include Sandia National Laboratory,
Calumet Inc., and A-Power. Sandia would assist with
testing of the circuit boards, Calumet would assist with
circuit board design and fabrication, and A-Power would
assist with engineering design.

Colorado Governor's Energy Office will administer the           No   Yes   Colorado
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG)
Program for the State of Colorado. Colorado's Governor's
Energy Office would pass through Department of Energy
(DOE) funding to sub-recipients for the following activities:
Residential and Commercial Building Audits by re-
energizing Main Street program that offers technical
assistance, energy audits and project management
services to small commercial building and small business
owners; Sub grants for Energy Efficiency Retrofits for
qualified homeowners; Sub grants to Non-Entitlement
Counties to develop energy efficiency programs that are
bounded by the EECBG Funding Opportunity
Announcement; Material Conservation Program will
provide funds for waste reduction and/or diversion projects;
Lighting project to fund light-emitting diode or other high-
efficiency street lighting pilot project; Onsite Renewable
Technology program to fund renewable energy projects in
the public sector; and Project Oversight. All projects under
these programs are bounded in compliance with the
uploaded and signed EECBG Template for Expedited
The University of Hartford is proposing a project to            No         University of
"develop a stand-alone software tool for the design and                    Hartford
economic analysis of hybrid geothermal heat pump
systems for heating and cooling dominated buildings using
solar collectors in both operating modes. An economic
analysis module will be included in the software tool used
on a methodology for direct capital cost comparisons and
allow for simple payback and life-cycle cost analyses to be
performed to aid design engineers in their decision-making
process in evaluating geothermal heat pump systems.

The Geothermal Heat Pump Consortium is proposing a              No         Washington, D.C.
project that will increase the deployment of geothermal
heat pumps (GHP's) new commercialization strategies that
incorporate a national GHP certification standard. This
standard will address key barriers to rapid deployment of
the GHP industry by addressing limited consumer
knowledge and trust in GHP systems.
Delaware's Energy Office will administer the Energy            No   Yes   Delaware
Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG)
Program for the State of Delaware. Delaware's Energy
Office would pass through Department of Energy funding
to sub-recipients for the implementation of Delaware's
EECBG Program. All projects under this program are
bounded in compliance with the uploaded and signed
EECBG Template for Expedited National Environmental
Policy Act review.
Florida International University is proposing a project that   No         Florida
will "evaluate installed ground source heat pumps                         International
(GHSP's)/Hybrid GHSP's (HGHSP) systems energy use,                        University
savings and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction
potential in hot and humid climates region (FL, LA, TX,
southern AL, MS, GA, NA and SC)." They will analyze
utility and performance data of GSHP/HGSHP installations.
The proposed project will develop a calibrated baseline and
performance period models of new construction and
retrofitted buildings using EnergyPlus simulation program.

The City of Atlanta will administer the Energy Efficiency      No   Yes   Atlanta
and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program for the
city. The City of Atlanta would use Department of Energy
funding for implementation of the City of Atlanta's EECBG
Program. All projects under this program are bounded in
compliance with the uploaded and signed Statement of
Work for Expedited National Environmental Policy Act
review.
The City of Atlanta will administer the Energy Efficiency      No   Yes   Atlanta
and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program for the
city. The city of Atlanta would use Department of Energy
funding for implementation of the city of Atlanta's EECBG
Program. All projects under this program are bounded in
compliance with the uploaded and signed Statement of
Work for Expedited National Environmental Policy Act
review.
Iowa's Office of Energy Independence will administer the       No   Yes   Iowa
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG)
Program for the city. Iowa's Office of Energy
Independence would use Department of Energy funding for
implementation of Iowa's EECBG Program. All projects
under this program are bounded in compliance with the
uploaded and signed Statement of Work for Expedited
National Environmental Policy Act review.
Boise State University (BSU) is proposing to "increase the     No         Boise State
capacity of the National Geothermal Data System (NGDS)                    University
to be able to accommodate the anticipated flood of new
data and legacy data in the near term and into the future."
Since BSU is the central hub of the NGDS network, they
will be responsible for following through on a new mandate
that "requires the NGDS to acquire, manage, and provide
access to data from multiple sources not presently
associated with the NGDS and with a much expanded
breadth of data types."
Develop an industry/academe consortium led by the Illinois     No         Illinois Institute of
Institute of Technology (IIT). Project activities include                 Technology
curriculum development, development of control algorithms
for enhancing the reliability of wind turbine components;
development of operation and planning tools for
accommodating the high penetration of intermittent wind
energy in electric power utility systems; and
stakeholder/student education.
The City of Chicago will administer the Energy Efficiency      No   Yes   Chicago
and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program for the
city. The City of Chicago would use Department of Energy
funding for implementation of Chicago's EECBG Program.
Chicago's activities are bounded in compliance with the
uploaded and signed Statement of Work for Expedited
National Environmental Policy Act review.

Saint Clair County will administer the Energy Efficiency and   No   Yes   Saint Clair County
Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program for the
county. Saint Clair County would use Department of
Energy funding for implementation of Saint Clair County's
EECBG Program. Saint Clair County's activities are
bounded in compliance with the uploaded and signed
Statement of Work for Expedited National Environmental
Policy Act review.
The Indiana Office of Energy Development will administer       No   Yes   Indiana
the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant
(EECBG) Program for the state. The Indiana Office of
Energy Development would pass through Department of
Energy funding to sub-recipients for the implementation of
Indiana's EECBG Program. All projects under this
program are bounded in compliance with the uploaded and
signed Statement of Work for Expedited National
Environmental Policy Act review.

Kansas State University will use Congressionally Directing     No   No    Kansas State
Funding through Department of Energy to develop the                       University
Great Plains States Wind Energy Consortium aimed at
increasing the penetration of wind energy via distributed
wind power generation throughout the region.

Develop an industry/academe consortium led by the              No         University of
University of Minnesota. Project activities will include                  Minnesota
curriculum development; research facility development,
consortium program research and development; and
database modeling.
The State of Minnesota's Department of Commerce will           No   Yes   Minnesota
administer the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block
Grant (EECBG) Program for the state. The State of
Minnesota's Department of Commerce would pass through
Department of Energy funding to sub-recipients for the
implementation of Minnesota's EECBG Program. All
projects under this program are bounded in compliance
with the uploaded and signed Statement of Work for
Expedited National Environmental Policy Act review.
The State of Montana will administer the Renewable            No   Yes   Montana
Energy Loan Program within the bounds of the signed
State Energy Program (SEP) National Environmental
Protection Act (NEPA) Template. All projects under this
program are bounded in compliance with the uploaded and
signed SEP Template for Expedited NEPA review.

Montana's Department of Environmental Quality will            No   Yes   Montana
administer the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block
Grant (EECBG) Program for the State of Montana.
Montana's Department of Environmental Quality would
pass through Department of Energy funding to sub-
recipients for the implementation Montana's EECBG
Program. All projects under this program are bounded in
compliance with the uploaded and signed EECBG
Template for Expedited National Environmental Policy Act
review.
New Hampshire's Office of Energy and Planning will            No   Yes   New Hampshire
administer the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block
Grant (EECBG) Program for the State of New Hampshire.
New Hampshire's Office of Energy and Planning would
pass through Department of Energy funding to sub-
recipients for the implementation New Hampshire's
EECBG Program. All projects under this program are
bounded in compliance with the uploaded and signed
EECBG Template for Expedited National Environmental
Policy Act review.
The ENVIRON International Corporation is proposing "to        No         New Jersey
create a new least-cost design tool ("OptGSHP") that will
enable ground-source heat pump (GSHP) developers to
analyze system cost and performance in a variety of
building applications (i.e., residential, commercial,
government, school and universities) to aid in design as
well as purchase decisions". They plan to "develop a least-
cost design tool (OptGSHP) which combines GSHP-
specific interfaces of existing HVAC software design tool
with groundwater flow and heat transport modeling
software allowing the modeling of vertical, and pond/lake
loops in different climate zones and building types in the
presence of groundwater flow".

The funding for Nevada's State Energy Program Grant for       No         Nevada
their "Alternative Fuel Fueling Infrastructure", will be
applied to the total project of install ing a double walled
multi-product above ground fuel tank. The project will
replace a 2000 gallon fireguard regular unleaded gasoline
above ground fuel tank with a double walled above ground
multi-product tank with a capacity of 1500-2000 gallons of
regular unleaded fuel and 1500-2000 gallons of Ethanol-
85. The new tank will replace the old tank and use the
same supports and system. The tank that is removed will
be used at another facility by the fuel provider.
The State of Nevada will administer their "Energy Efficiency   No   Yes   Nevada
and Renewable Energy for State Buildings and Schools~
program within the bounds of the signed State Energy
Program (SEP) National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)
Template. All projects under this program are bounded in
compliance with the uploaded and signed SEP Template
for Expedited NEPA review.
The University of Nevada-Reno is proposing a project to        No         University of
develop and conduct a multidiscipline higher education                    Nevada- Reno
geothermal program in geothermal science and technology
to educate and train the next generation of the U.S.
geothermal energy workforce.
The State of Nevada will administer the Energy Efficiency      No   Yes   Nevada
and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program for the
state of Nevada. Nevada would pass through Department
of Energy funding to sub-recipients for the implementation
Nevada's EECBG Program. All projects under this program
are bounded in compliance with the uploaded and signed
EECBG Template for Expedited National Environmental
Policy Act review.
The City of New York will administer the Energy Efficiency     No   Yes   New York City
and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program for the
city. The City of New York would use DOE funding for
implementation the City of New York's EECBG Program.
The activities are bounded in compliance with the uploaded
and signed Statement of Work for Expedited National
Environmental Policy Act review.

IBM Corporation (IBM) is proposing to use American             No   Yes   Poughkeepsie
Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding through
Department of Energy to conduct research and
development (R&D) activities of two novel cooling
technologies that will reduce the energy demand by a
typical data center for server cooling to 5% of the total
energy consumed. In addition to R&D, a commercialization
study of the system will be conducted.

New York State Energy Research and Development                 No   Yes   New York
Authority (NYSERDA) will administer the Energy Efficiency
and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program for the
State of New York. NYSERDA would pass through
Department of Energy funding to sub-recipients for the
implementation New York's EECBG Program. All projects
under this program are bounded in compliance with the
uploaded and signed EECBG Template for Expedited
National Environmental Policy Act review.

GE Global Research (GE) would define, design, fabricate,       No         Niskayuna
and test a prototype Advanced Lifting System (ALS) for
fluids in Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS). The work
would take place at the GE Global Research Center
campus, an Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Voluntary Protection Program Star facility, at 1 Research
Circle, Niskayuna, NY 12309.
Edison Materials Technology Center (EMTEC) is proposing         No   Yes   Ohio
to use American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)
funding through Department of Energy to design, build, and
test a prototype ultra high density compute platform with
100% liquid cooling using off-the-shelf commodity
components and high volume manufacturing techniques
which will be low cost, have a small carbon footprint and a
design that comprehends board layout for heat transfer
from the servers' internal components to ultimate
dissipation of the heat to the ambient environment.

Wright State University is proposing a project to "develop a    No         Wright State
finite volume design/analysis program for geothermal heat                  University
pump systems utilizing vertical loops, horizontal loops, pool
loops, and be easily applied to other types of loop designs".

The State of Oklahoma will administer the Energy                No   Yes   Oklahoma
Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG)
Program for the state of Oklahoma. Oklahoma's
Department of Energy would pass through Department of
Energy funding to sub-recipients for the implementation
Oklahoma's EECBG Program. All projects under this
program are bounded in compliance with the uploaded and
Signed EECBG Template for Expedited National
Environmental Policy Act review.
Columbia Power Technologies, LLC is proposing to use            No         Oregon State
Department of Energy funding in order to perform                           University
benchmark laboratory experiments and numerical
modeling of the near-field and far-field impacts of wave
scattering from an array of wave energy devices. This
project will be an industry-led partnership between
Columbia Power Technologies and Oregon State
University (OSU).
Northwest Food Processors Association is proposing to           No
use Department of Energy funding to assist association
companies to reduce their member-wide energy intensity
reduction by 25% within the next 10 years. Project goats
are to: 1) Establish a 2008 energy intensity baseline for the
NWFPA membership and to track progress toward
achieving the energy intensity reduction goat against the
baseline; (2) Identify the 10-year potential energy savings
within a sample of food processors and analyze this
potential against the 25% energy intensity reduction goal;
(3) Determine the best approach by which food processors
can obtain energy consumption data in order to make
decisions that result in energy savings.
Oregon's Department of Energy will administer the Energy     No   Yes   Oregon
Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG)
Program for the state of Oregon. Oregon's Department of
Energy would pass through DOE funding to sub-recipients
for the implementation Oregon's EECBG Program. All
projects under this program are bounded in compliance
with the uploaded and signed EECBG Template for
Expedited National Environmental Policy Act review.

The County of Luzerne will administer the Energy             No   Yes   Luzerne County
Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG)
Program for the county. The County of Luzerne would use
Department of Energy funding for implementation the
county's EECBG Program. All of the county's activities are
bounded in compliance with the uploaded and signed
Statement of Work for Expedited National Environmental
Policy Act review
Department of Energy is proposing to provide federal         No   Yes   North Charleston
funding to the recipient to design, construct, commission
and operate a state-of-the-art sustainable facility that
permits full-scale highly accelerated testing of advanced
drive-train systems for large wind turbines.
South Carolina's Energy Office will administer the Energy    No   Yes   South Carolina
Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG)
Program for the state of South Carolina. South Carolina's
Energy Office would pass through Department of Energy
funding to sub-recipients for implementation of the EECBG
Program. All projects under these programs are bounded
in compliance with the uploaded and signed EECBG
Template for Expedited National Environmental Policy Act
review.
The State of South Dakota will administer the Energy         No   Yes
Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG)
Program for the state of South Dakota. The State of South
Dakota would pass through Department of Energy funding
to sub-recipients for the implementation South Dakota's
EECBG Program. All projects under this program are
bounded in compliance with the uploaded and signed
EECBG Template for Expedited National Environmental
Policy Act review.
The State of Idaho will administer their 'Statewide Energy   No   Yes
Retrofits' program within the bounds of the signed State
Energy Program (SEP) National Environmental Policy Act
(NEPA) Template, All projects under this program are
bounded in compliance with the uploaded and signed SEP
Template for Expedited NEPA review.
Hewlett-Packard Corporation (HP) is proposing to use           No   Yes   Houston
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funding
through Department of Energy to support a proposed
Research and Development effort aimed at significantly
raising the energy efficiency of the small and medium data
center market. HP will research and develop an
Information Technology (IT) rack system that will provide
its own internal power and cooling with High Voltage
Alternating Current and chilled water as the primary inputs
into the system and which will also accept alternative
energy power sources such as wind and solar.

The University of Texas at Austin is proposing a project       No         Austin
that will create "waste heat" rejection/recycling strategies
for Geothermal Heat Pump (GHP) systems that are
technically and economically viable for various building
applications and ground resource designs in heavily
cooling-dominated climates like those found in the
southwestern and western United States. At least three
supplementary heat rejection system alternatives will be
examined: (1) evaporative fluid/air coolers or pre-
conditioners, which liberates thermal energy from the
working fluid before it enters the ground loop/resource: (2)
desuperheaters, which recycle some of the waste heat to
preheat hot water; and (3) two-phase thermosyphons,
which are passive refrigeration devices that transfer heat
against gravity.
The Southern Methodist University is proposing a project to    No         Southern
complement geological data with additional information                    Methodist
needed for geothermal resource assessment. The second                     University
challenge is data selection, in tegration, and quality
assurance. The third challenge lies in the organizational
aspect of geothermal data collection.

The State of Texas's State Energy Program (SEP) Grant          No   Yes   Texas
for their Alternative Fuels and Technology Program will
enable new equipment purchases and installations of
Compressed Natural Gas, Liquefied Natural Gas, Ethanol-
85, and bio-diesel tanks within existing fueling stations on
previously disturbed/public owned lands. The goal of the
program is to create an alternative fuel infrastructure for
city, county, and state owned vehicles. The program will
also provide funding for the conversion of existing vehicles
and/or funding for the incremental cost of the upgrade to a
new Alternative Fuel vehicle, enabling them to run on
ethanol, natural gas, and/or bio-diesel. This program will
create or retain jobs, reduce greenhouse gas emissions
and decrease our dependence on foreign oil.
The University of Utah is proposing a project to advance     No         University of Utah
three-dimensional MT imaging by developing the capability
to include topographic variations into the models through
deformable finite element or finite difference meshes. The
intention is to improve and advance individual or
combinations of non-invasive exploration technologies for
resolving geothermal resources that lack surface
manifestations.
Vermont's Department of Public Service will administer the   No   Yes   Vermont
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG)
Program for the state of Vermont. Vermont's Department
of Public Service would pass through Department of
Energy funding to sub-recipients for the implementation
Vermont's EECBG Program. All projects under this
program are bounded in compliance with the uploaded and
signed EECBG Template for Expedited National
Environmental Policy Act review.
Dane County will administer the Energy Efficiency and        No   Yes   Dane County
Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program for the
county. Dane County would use Department of Energy
funding for implementation the Dane County's EECBG
Program. Dane County's activities are bounded in
compliance with the uploaded and signed Statement of
Work for Expedited National Environmental Policy Act
review.
The Wisconsin Office of Energy independence will             No   Yes   Wisconsin
administer the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block
Grant (EECBG) Program for the state of Wisconsin. The
Wisconsin Office of Energy independence would pass
through Department of Energy funding to sub-recipients for
the implementation Wisconsin's EECBG Program. All
projects under this program are bounded in compliance
with the uploaded and signed EECBG Template for
Expedited National Environmental Policy Act review.

Asbestos Containing Material (ACM) removal associated        No         Kansas City
with excessing approximately 150 pieces of beryllium
contaminated equipment. Equipment not suitable for
excessing or not acquired by other facilities will be
disposed. June 2013 through September 2014.
Identify the source of contaminated groundwater that is      No         Shiprock
seeping into Many Devils Wash. Current studies indicate
that the contamination may originate in the East Fork
Arroyo, a tributary to the wash. A hand auger would be
used in the East Fork Arroyo to obtain groundwater that
would be tested for contaminants. Up to 50 locations may
need to be augered before sufficient information is
obtained to characterize the contaminant source.
Quitclaim the surface rights of the Salmon, Mississippi Site      No   Salmon
to the State of Mississippi, retain certain surface rights
related to the protection of human health and the
environment, and retain all subsurface rights. The Salmon
site encompasses 1,470 acres and was formerly known as
the Tatum Salt Dome Test Site. It is located near the town
of Purvis in Lamar County, MS.

Sandia National Laboratories/New Mexico Energetic                 No   Albuquerque
Components Engineering proposes to continue to maintain
a small minefield (mines without fuzes) south of the
Terminal Ballistics Facility (TBF) in Tech Area III, to
support long-term study of mine detection.
Replace deteriorated wood poles, cross arms and X-                No   Pinal County
braces




Relocate part of Oracle-Tucson 115 kilovolt transmission          No   Pima County
line in cooperation with Pima County Department of
Transportation for their La Canada Drive roadway
expansion. This project involves removing 17 existing
transmission line pole structures, and will furnish and install
17 new monopoles in a new location within within
Western's right-of-way. Western will be using existing
access roads and vehicles such as an auger, pickup
trucks, crew trucks, backhoes and bucket trucks to bring
personnel and equipment to the work areas. This work is
necessary to maintain the safety and reliability of the bulk
electrical system.
Replace hardware and poles as well as blade access                No   San Bernadino &
roads along Parker Blythe #1 and #2 161-kilovolt                       Riverside County,
Transmission lines. We will use existing access roads and              CA; La Paz
will plan to use rubber tired vehicles such as pickup trucks,          County, AZ
bucket trucks, crew trucks, and dozers to complete the job.
This work is necessary to maintain the worker safety and
reliability of the bulk electrical system.
Conduct maintenance on access roads leading to the                No         Mohave County
Peacock substation. All work will be done along existing
access roads. This will consist of blading and leveling the
washed out areas of the existing access roads.

The proposed decommissioning end-state for this project is        No   Yes   Aiken
to remove and demolish portions of the switchgear,
(cubicles 1 & 2), from the 183-2C substation and relocate
cubicle #3. The breakers from cubicle #3 will be salvaged
and turned over to Site Infrastructure (SI). All other portions
of the substation, not affected by the removal of cubicle #3,
will be left in place.

Design a counterbalance device for the Ballistic Resistant        No   No    Aiken
Enclosure (BRE) hatch. Construct a mockup of the turret
and assemble and test the counterbalance to demonstrate
it’s capability. Specify the material needed to assemble and
install counterbalances on the KAC BRE turrets.

The septic tank, building 607-10G, serving building 661-G         No   Yes   Aiken
(Small Arms Training Area (SATA)), will be closed. The
entire SATA operation will be moved to Advanced Tactical
Training Academy, leaving the SATA facility abandoned.
Hence the need to close the septic tank.
A two-inch tap-off from the N-Area firewater header was           No   No    Aiken
installed at some time in the past and run to the wind tower
in Central Shops for potable uses. The line has been
valved off since its discovery years ago. This activity is to
physically sever the takeoff and cap the header side of the
break.
Commercial Pentaerythritol tetranitrate (PETN) detonators         No   No    Aiken
will be irradiated in the Digital Radiography unit in 781-A,
totaling 1 gram TNT equivalent at a time. Four detonators
will be removed periodically. Each detonator holds 50 mg
PETN. One detonator will be fired inside a Detonation
Vessel installed in the Gun Barrel of 723-A. One powder
PETN detonator will be used in x-ray diffraction analysis in
Savannah River Ecology Laboratory. Two detonators will
be shipped to Los Alamos National Laboratory for their
testing and disposition. Explosive residues and unexploded
detonators will be treated as chemical waste.

Introduction and use of new tracking and monitoring               No   No    Aiken
system for packaged nuclear materials (9975s) within K-
Area Material Storage Process Room. Packaged 9975
containers will be additionally tagged with Argonne Radio
Frequency Identification Device (RFID) sensors which are
currently equipped to monitor for temperature, humidity,
seal, shock and battery status.
The proposed activity is a demonstration of a Raman               No   No    Aiken
Telescope designed and fabricated by EIC Labs Inc at
Savannah River National Laboratory using available
samples simulating high-level nuclear waste solids. All
testing will use non-radioactive materials. Work is being
performed under a WFO-10-003.
This activity is the repair of a leaking underground           No   No    Aiken
domestic water line near Building 221-33F.
Maintenance to investigate, excavate, and repair a             No   No    Aiken
domestic water leak on west side of 704-L.
The existing employee parking area outside K-Area is to be     No   No    Aiken
resurfaced with asphalt. Additionally, several potholes in
an adjacent parking lot will be filled and, a 6-foot wide
sidewalk connecting another parking area with the lot to be
paved will be added.
The recipient is developing high efficiency light-emitting     No   Yes   San Jose
diodes or arrays.

To develop a multi-chamber system such as a two Metal          No   Yes   Santa Clara
Oxide Chemical Vapor Deposition chambers, one Hydride
Vapor Phase Epitaxy chamber, lamp heating, and
automated in situ cleaning.
Demonstration of a plug-in hybrid vehicle (routine vehicle     No   Yes   Austin, TX; Taylor,
operations and data collection) in multiple locations.                    TX; Davis, CA;
Chrysler is prime awardee.                                                Palo Alto, CA;
                                                                          East Lansing, MI;
                                                                          Detroit, MI;
                                                                          Sacramento, CA;
                                                                          Dearborn, MI

Subcontractors will be developing battery components for       No   Yes   Malta, NY; Troy,
plug-in hybrid vehicles. Project prime is Chrysler.                       MI
Demonstration of a plug-in hybrid vehicle (routine vehicle     No   Yes   Austin, TX; Taylor,
operations and data collection) in multiple locations.                    TX; Davis, CA;
Chrysler is prime awardee.                                                Palo Alto, CA;
                                                                          East Lansing, MI;
                                                                          Detroit, MI;
                                                                          Sacramento, CA;
                                                                          Dearborn, MI

The project involves retrofitting and replacing a product      No   No    Baldwin
with a product that can dispense Ethanol-85. This will be
the introduction of an alternative fuel to the community and
traveling public.
Develop compressed natural gas infrastructure in Tulsa.        No   No    Tulsa
The City of Tulsa will manage administrative tasks and
contract the work at each station site, which will be
documented in separate National Environmental Policy Act
forms.
GE Lumination will design and develop specialized              No   Yes   Valley View
manufacturing methods for improving the consistency and
material/labor productivity of the ―remote‖ phosphor
component of their Vio™ line of Light Emitting Diode's.
Modeling and analyses, development and testing of bench        No   No    Northville
level prototype thermoelectric devices, and integration of
Thermo Electric Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
systems into a prototype vehicle for performance testing
and validation.
Modeling and analyses, development and testing of bench          No   No    Asuza
level prototype thermoelectric devices, and integration of
Thermo Electric Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
systems into a prototype vehicle for performance testing
and validation.
Multi-faceted two-year program to develop high-volume            No   Yes   Plainview
epitaxial growth systems that provide a greater than 4-
times reduction in High Brightness light-emitting diode per-
device cost for epitaxial growth. Work at this site is
computer design only.
The objective of this multi-faceted two-year program is to       No   Yes   Somerset
develop high-volume epitaxial growth systems that provide
a greater than 4-times reduction in High Brightness light-
emitting diode per-device cost for epitaxial growth.

Purchase of approximately 213 Hybrid Electric School             No   Yes   Frankfort
Buses. All buses are commercially available original
equipment manufacturer offerings from Thomas and
International.
South Coast Air Quality Management District plans to             No   No    Ontario
contract Applied Liquefied Natural Gas Technologies to
install a liquefied natural gas tank and dispenser.


Deployment of compressed natural gas (CNG) refuse                No   Yes   Newark
trucks and shuttle buses and the development of four CNG
refueling locations. For city of Newark, New Jersey CNG
fueling infrastructure only.
Generate electricity by installing 100 kilowat microturbine at   No   Yes   Bassett
existing biodiesel refinery. Glycerin produced at the
existing facility will be utilized as fuel for microturbine.

General Electric Global Research will team with DuPont           No   Yes   Niskayuna
Displays, Inc. (DDI) to systematically integrate high-
performance phosphorescent small-molecule organic light-
emitting diode materials device architectures.

General Electric Global Research will team with DuPont           No   Yes   Wilmington
Displays, Inc. (DDI) to systematically integrate high-
performance phosphorescent small-molecule organic light-
emitting diode materials device architectures.

Installation of photovoltaics on buildings, parking facilities   No   Yes   Georgia
or ground mount less than 60 kilowatt; wind less than 20
kilowatt, solar thermal less than 20 kilowatt, solar hot
water, closed loop ground source heat pump less than 5.5
tons, building combined heat and power and Biomass
Thermal less than 3 million British Thermal Units per hour
(MMBTU/h).
Installation of solar photovoltaic systems mounted on            No   Yes   Georgia
buildings, parking facilities or ground mount with less than
60 kilowatt; wind systems less than 20 kilowatt and solar
thermal systems less than 20 kilowatt.
Development of energy efficiency retrofits for state            No   Yes   Georgia
government facilities, which includes retrofits for building
envelope, building control systems, lighting upgrades and
heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems.

Operate an Advanced Sensors Development Laboratory at           No   No    Pittsburgh
the National Energy Technology Laboratory Pittsburgh site
in B-83 room 315.
Illinois Geographic Society will analyze deep-basin             No   Yes   Bloomington
stratigraphy data.


Numerical flow simulations, wireline log analysis, mineral      No   Yes   Champaign
analysis on rock cores in laboratory, geophysical and
geochemical studies on rock cores in laboratory.

Collection of whole core samples from formations above          No   Yes   Decatur
the Mt. Simon. Cores will be obtained from a monitoring
well being drilled by another Department of Energy
supported project DE-FC26-05NT42588.
Western Michigan University will assist in the analysis of      No   Yes   Kalamazoo
cores from the St. Peter in the Michigan and Illinois Basins.


Kentucky Geological Survey will perform injection test          No   Yes   Patesville
(brine and carbon dioxide) in the Blan #1 well drilled in
2009 in Hancock County, KY, conduct 3-dimensional
seismic survey, rock-water interactions, fracture systems
analysis.
Bringham Young University will Assist in Illinois Basin         No   Yes   Provo
seismicity, crustal structure and geophysical imaging.


Activities covered by this action includes paper studies,       No   No    To Be Determined
literature searches, theoretical studies, modeling,
conceptual design, feasibility studies, laboratory scale
research, and bench scale research.
Activities covered by this action includes paper studies,       No   No    To Be Determined
literature searches, theoretical studies, modeling,
conceptual design, feasibility studies, laboratory scale
research, and bench scale research.
Develop new computational algorithms that will reliably         No   No    Multiple Sites
predict properties of materials that are currently being
considered for use in advanced fossil energy based power
generation systems.
Construction and Operation of Phase and Composition             No   No    Pittsburgh
Analysis Facility (PCAF) in B94-101.

The High Temperature Laboratory consists of furnaces            No   No    Albany
used to expose small metallic and ceramic samples to high
temperatures and gaseous environments to study the
corrosion, oxidation and other behaviors of the materials.
Development of a dual-phase ceramic carbonate                      No   No   Tempe
membrane reactor for water gas shift reaction of coal-
derived synthesis gas to produce hydrogen and capture
carbon dioxide.
Collection and analysis of data & logs from existing wells         No   No   Carbon County
that characterize the flow parameters of the wells and the
condition of the casing, cement-casing interface, cement-
rock interface.
The prototypes will be developed and tested at the                 No   No   Atlanta
automation laboratory of Georgia Tech in Atlanta, install
the software in the laboratory setup, and simulate field
conditions in the laboratory.
Install a project management unit (PMU) at the switchyard          No   No   Bleheim
and with inputs from the terminals of the generator. The
PMU will be relay/PMU component. SuperCalibrator
software will be installed.
The specific work at this site is to install at least two relays   No   No   East End
with project management unit capability and the above                        Substation, St.
program at the control house of the East End substation.                     Thomas, U.S.
                                                                             Virgin Islands
The specific work at this site is to install at least three        No   No   Long Bay
relays with project management unit capability and the                       Substation, St.
program at the control house of the Long Bay substation.                     Thomas, U.S.
                                                                             Virgin Islands
The specific work at this site is to install at least three        No   No   R. Harley Power
relays with project management unit capability and the                       Plant, St. Thomas,
program at the control house of the Long Bay substation.                     U.S. Virgin Islands

The specific work at this site is to install at least three        No   No   St. John
relays with project management unit capability and the                       Substation, St.
program at the control house of the Long Bay substation.                     Thomas, U.S.
                                                                             Virgin Islands
The specific work at this site is to install at least three        No   No   Tutu Substation,
relays with project management unit capability and the                       St. Thomas, U.S.
program at the control house of the Long Bay substation.                     Virgin Islands

Bonneville Power Administration proposes to replace                No        Kalispell District
deteriorating wood poles and associated
structural/electrical components (e.g. cross arms,
insulators, guy anchors) along the subject transmission
lines. Pole replacement will be in kind and will utilize the
existing holes to minimize ground disturbance. If
necessary, an auger will be used to remove any loose soil
from the existing hole prior to new wood pole placement.
Landing construction is not planned or anticipated at these
locations.
Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) has a need to                No   Bonner County
construct and repair approximately 4.1 miles of access
road and build tower landings along the Lancaster-Noxon
No.1 Transmission Line. As a result of wet conditions at
the site, there is currently no vehicle access between
structures 46/3-50/1 during much of the year. Proposed
project work includes: vegetation removal, grading and
shaping of roads, installation of geo-textile material, placing
and compacting of road surfacing, bridge replacement, and
culvert installation. This project is necessary for future
transmission system reliability. All work will be in
accordance with National Electrical Safety Code and BPA
standards.
Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) proposes to                  No   Snohomish
replace an existing dilapidated bridge across Little Pilchuck           County
Creek, install three culverts in drainage ditches near the
bridge, and repair 2,000 feet of existing on and off right-of-
way (ROW) access roads along mile 16 of the Monroe-
Custer No .1 and No.2 transmission Lines. Project work
includes: excavation for bridge removal and installation,
grading and shaping of roads, placing and compacting
road surfacing, and culvert installation .

This project entails the removal of all paint from all interior    No   Linn County
wall surfaces down to bare concrete as well as the removal
of the suspended ceiling (painted with the same asbestos
containing paint) and lighting systems. The asbestos
containing floor tile will be removed as will the asbestos
containing mastic used to adhere them. All asbestos pipe
insulation will be removed from the facility as well.

Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) proposes to                  No   Snohomish
construct a permanent access road to improve vehicle
access to the 115 kilovolt Snoking Tap to Echo Lake-
Monroe No.1 Transmission Line. The project would involve
constructing an approximately 760-foot long by 14-foot
wide access road to structure 12/1. The project would also
involve the installation of three culverts to help preserve the
site's existing hydrology and increase the longevity of the
proposed access road. Project activities would occur in
wetland areas, so the road has been designed to minimize
any impacts to the wetlands. The road would be built on a
layer of geotextile fabric followed by a 12-inch layer of six-
inch minus quarry spalls, followed by another layer of
geotextile fabric, and finally a four-inch layer of 1 and a half
inch minus crushed rock for the travel surface. Best
Management Practices (BMPs), including: working in the
dry season, installing sediment catch basins, and others
where appropriate would be implemented to further
minimize any impact form the road construction.
In order to provide continued system reliability, Bonneville    No   Klickitat County
Power Administration (BPA) proposes to replace old and
worn spacers along approximately 8.7 miles of the Rock
Creek-John Day No.1 500 kilovolt transmission line;
structures III to 4/2 and 6/4 to 11/2. Manned aerial carts
that ride on the transmission line conductor would be used
to change out the spacers. The carts would be placed on
the transmission line by helicopter prior to line crews
accessing the carts. New spacers would be flown to the
carts and delivered by helicopter. Once the old spacers arc
changed, they would be transported to a pickup area
before being sent to a recycling center. The majority of the
work would be above ground with minimal support from
vehicles and crews on the ground. All vehicles would
remain on existing access roads. All work would be in
accordance with the National Electrical Safety Code and
BPA standards.

Puget Sound Inc. (PSE) has requested that the Bonneville        No   Columbia County,
Power Administration (BPA) transfer PSE’s Hopkins Ridge              Vancouver,
generation plant from BPA’s Balancing Authority Area                 Spokane, Maple
(BAA) into PSE’s BAA by establishing a new                           Valley, Covington
metering/telemetry interchange.
In order to provide continued system reliability, Bonneville    No   Benton County,
Power Administration (BPA) proposes to replace old and               Yakima County,
worn spacer dampers along approximately 65.1 miles of                Klickitat County
Wautoma Rock Creek No. 1 500 kilovolt Transmission
Line. Manned aerial carts that ride on the transmission line
conductors will be used to change out the spacers. The
carts will be placed on the transmission line by a helicopter
before the line crews access the carts to perform the work.
New spacers will be flown to the carts and delivered by
helicopter. Once the old spacers are changed, they will be
picked up by helicopter and transported to a pickup area
before being sent to a recycling center. The majority of the
work will be above ground with minimal support from
vehicles and crews on the ground. All vehicles will remain
on existing access roads. All work will be in accordance
with the National Electrical Safety Code and BPA
standards.

Federspiel Controls, Inc. will demonstrate their proprietary    No   San Francisco,
data center environment management solutions. Their                  Sacramento, Los
combination of hardware and software technologies will be            Angeles
demonstrated in 12 data centers located in the San
Francisco, Sacramento, and Los Angeles areas. This is a 1-
year demonstration project utilizing Department of Energy
and cost-share funding.
Blaine County School District #61 proposes to install a       No   Yes   Blaine County
series of Ground Source Heat Pumps which will service
Carey High School, Bellevue Elementary School,
Woodside Elementary School, and Wood River Elementary
School. However this project is in the process of
conducting their feasibility study and has yet to select
neither a Ground
Source Heat Pump system nor the exact project locations
for installation. Therefore Department of Energy (DOE or
Department) will issue a determination for Phase 1
"Feasibility Study and Engineering Design" of the project.
Phase 2 "Installation and Commissioning of Equipment will
require further National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)
review immediately following site selection and conceptual
system design. DOE will require all information collected
during Phase 1 to be submitted to the Department for
further NEPA review before project implementation can
occur.

The purpose of this National Environmental Policy Act         No         Gulf of Maine
(NEPA) submission is to lift the NEPA hold on statement of
project objective (SOPO) sub-task 5,1. The work to be
completed under SOPO Sub-task 5,1 is Physical Ocean
Environment Monitoring. The work will be carried out using
meteorological sensors mounted on a buoy which will be
deployed for the duration of the project (two years) in the
Gulf of Maine.
The following Project Activity Sheets (PAS) are bounded by    No   Yes   Michigan
the signed Statement of Work (SOW) and are therefore
categorically excluded under National Environmental Policy
Act (NEPA): #1 Light-Emitting Diode (LED)/Solid-State
Lighting (SSL) Demonstrations, and #2 Local Government
Multi-Purpose Competitive Grants. Additionally, PAS #3
Technical Consultant Services is categorically excluded
under NEPA (A9, A11). Any projects submitted for Energy
Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant funding that fall
outside the bounds of the signed SOW, other than those
PAS listed above, will require a separate NEPA
determination review.

The University of Minnesota would develop a model for         No         Minneapolis
chemical interactions between super-critical carbon dioxide
and Enhanced Geothermal System (EGS) reservoir rocks
and their effects on modifications of pore space geometries
and related reservoir rock porosity and permeability owing
to mineral dissolution/precipitation processes. All project
work would occur on the campus of the University of
Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Department of Energy and recipient cost share funds will           No         University of
be used by the Curators of the University of Missouri to                      Missouri
increase the deployment of ground source heat pumps
(GSHP) through a new commercial-scale technology
demonstration. Specifically, we propose to retrofit two
poultry farms with solar assisted GSHP. This large scale
technology demonstration project incorporates innovative
business and financing strategies and technical
approaches to overcome commercialization barriers that
exist for GHPs. Information gathered from Phase 1 will be
used to review the environmental impact of Phase 2 -
Installation and Commissioning of Equipment, and Phase
3; therefore this determination will only apply to Phase 1.


The proposed project activity will include the conversion          No         Flathead Electric
from approximately 350 kilowatts of electric resistance                       Cooperative
heating to an 80 ton ground source heat pump-system.
The proposed ground source heat pump system will
include (4) 20 Ton units to be utilized for space and
ventilation air heating. Current loads include space heating
and ventilation of Flathead Electric Cooperative's main
warehouse, fleet vehicle garage, and testing facilities. The
upgrade will also provide increased indoor air quality with
heat recovery ventilation.

Montana Tech of The University of Montana proposes to              No   Yes   University of
install a Ground Source Heat Pump which will service the                      Montana
newly constructed Natural Resources Building. However
this project is still developing their feasibility study and has
yet to select neither a Ground Source Heat Pump system
nor a site for the installation. Therefore the Department of
Energy (DOE or Department) will issue a determination for
Phase 1 of the project. Phase 2; Task 2 and 3 will require
further National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) review
directly following site selection and conceptual system
design. DOE will require all information collected during
Phase 1 and Phase 2 Task 1 to be submitted to the
Department for further NEPA review before project
implementation can occur.

Trabits Group. LLC (Trabits) would build on existing zeolite-      No         Fairbanks, AK;
containing cement technology to develop a new high                            Arbuckle, CA;
temperature, high pressure (HTHP) cement with improved                        Moorestown, NJ
tensile qualities suitable for conventional geothermal and
Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS) wells. Laboratory
work would be performed at the University of Alaska
Fairbanks (Fairbanks, AK), ThermaSource Cementing, Inc.
(Arbuckle, CA), and The Jet Pulverizer Company
(Moorestown, NJ). Field demonstrations are planned at
Chena Hot Springs in Fairbanks, Alaska and an
undetermined Ormat geothermal well.
The University of North Dakota would demonstrate the             No   Yes   Grand Forks
technologic and economic feasibility of generating
continuous electricity from non-conventional low
temperature geothermal fluids using binary Organic
Rankine Cycle (ORC) technology by installing an ORC
electric power generating unit at a Continental Resources,
Inc. (CRI) water flood site. The project would develop and
disseminate a model that could be used to facilitate the
installation of similar ORC systems in other oil and gas
settings. The work would occur on the campus of the
University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, North Dakota
and at an existing CRI water flood site in the Cedar Hills oil
field in Bowman County, North Dakota. An ORC (1
megawatt) would be installed in-line at the site. Fluids that
would normally be directly re-injected back into the
reservoir to maintain head pressure would first be run
through the ORC to utilize latent heat to produce electricity
before being re-injected into the reservoir. Fluids would
only be re-routed not discharged. A bypass of the ORC
would also be installed to guarantee flow rates for normal
operation of the oil production facility. The bypass would
General Electric Global Research (GE) would evaluate             No         Niskayuna
novel working fluids and advanced cycle combinations for
use in Organic Rankine Cycles (ORC) for Enhanced
Geothermal Systems (EGS) and would optimize the overall
economics for an EGS plant including power plant and
drilling costs, A pilot scale test setup would be used to
experimentally validate the performance predictions. All
work would take place at the GE Global Research Center
campus, an Occupational Safety and Health Voluntary
Protection Program Star facility, at 1 Research Circle,
Niskayuna, NY 12309.
The University at Albany is proposing to install a Ground        No         Albany
Source Heat Pump which will service a 500-bed apartment
style student housing to be constructed at the Uptown
campus. However this project is in the process of
conducting their feasibility study and has yet to select
neither a Ground Source Heat Pump system nor the exact
project locations for installation. Therefore Department of
Energy (DOE or Department) will issue a determination for
Phase 1 "Feasibility Study and Conceptual Engineering
Design" of the project. Phase 2 "Installation and
Commissioning of Equipment will require further National
Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) review immediately
following site selection and conceptual system design.
DOE will require all information collected during Phase 1 to
be submitted to the Department for review before project
implementation can occur. Phase 1 investigations will
include the drilling of a test borehole at the proposed
project location in order to determine the thermal
conductivity of the soil, each borehole will be contiguous to
the building and will be on previously disturbed land this
test borehole will not effect any Weiland, Floodplain, and/or
New School & Performing Arts is proposing to install a           No   Yes   New School and
Ground Source Heat Pump system to service the New                           Performing Arts
School & Performing Arts School. However this project is in                 School
the process of conducting their feasibility study and has yet
to select a Ground Source Heat Pump system. Therefore
Department of Energy (DOE or Department) will issue a
determination for Phase 1 "Feasibility Study and
Engineering Design" of the project; including the drilling of
a test conductivity borehole. Phase 2 "Installation &
Commissioning of Equipment" will require further National
Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) review immediately
following test well data and conceptual system design.
DOE will require all information collected during Phase 1 to
be submitted to the Department for further NEPA review
before project implementation can occur.

Tennessee Energy Efficient Schools Initiative Ground             No
Source Heat Pump (GSHP) Program proposes to install a
series of GSHPs which will service; Brainerd High School,
South Lawrence Elementary, Lawrence Public High
School, and Bolivar High School. However this project is in
the process of conducting their feasibility study and has yet
to select neither a GSHP system nor the exact project
locations for installation. Therefore Department of Energy
(DOE or Department) will issue a determination for Phase
1 "Feasibility Study and Conceptual Engineering Design" of
the project. Phase 2 "Installation and Commissioning of
Equipment will require further National Environmental
Policy Act (NEPA) review immediately following site
selection and conceptual system design. DOE will require
all information collected during Phase 1 to be submitted to
the Department for review before project implementation
can occur. Phase 1 investigations will include the drilling of
a test borehole at each of the locations in order to
determine the thermal conductivity of the soil, each
borehole will be contiguous to the school and will be on
previously disturbed land this test borehole will not effect
Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency (MDHA)               No   Tennessee
will replace the existing electric heating systems in two of
its housing properties: I.W. Gemett and Edgefield Manor
with ground source heat pump systems (GHSPs). In
addition to the GSHP installation, MDHA will be adding new
water heaters that will interact with the GSHP to take
advantage of the de-superheater feature. MDHA will work
with their energy advisor and longstanding partner,
Siemens Industry, in the design and management of this
project. Siemens provides technical assistance, design,
and project management for all of MDHA's energy projects.
MDHA will work with Nashville Electric Service (NES) to
install sub metering at each property prior to installation of
the GHPs. Sub-metering will allow for establishing a pre-
retrofit energy use baseline to compare with post-retrofit
data. Oak Ridge National Laboratory will provide technical
assistance in designing and implementing the data
collection and analysis program and reporting results.
There are three phases for the proposed project.
Information gathered from Phase 1 will be used to review
the environmental impact of Phase 2 - Installation and
Commissioning of Equipment and Systems. and Phase 3;
Oak Ridge City Center LLC is proposing to install a Ground       No   Oak Ridge City
Source Heat Pump (GSHP) system to service the Oak                     Center
Ridge City Center. However this project is in the process of
conducting their feasibility study and has yet to select
neither a GSHP system nor the exact project locations for
installation. Therefore Department of Energy (DOE or
Department) will issue a determination for Phase 1
"Feasibility Study and Conceptual Engineering Design' of
the project. Phase 2; Task6.0 "Demolition/Construction and
Retrofitting" will require further National Environmental
Policy Act (NEPA) review immediately following site
selection and conceptual system design. Please note
Tasks 4.0, 4.2, 5.0, and the design portion of Task 6.0 are
allowable activities. DOE will require all information
collected during Phase 1 and Phase 2; Tasks 4.Q.6.0
(Conceptual Design) to be submitted to the Department for
further NEPA review before project implementation can
occur.

This project will focus on the design and construction a         No   Tacoma
new North Fork Skokomish Powerhouse, which will include
an integral fish collection facility and fish handling and
sorting device. The new powerhouse, which will produce
about 23,500 megawatts hours of energy, increasing
electrical generation capacity by 14%, requires design,
engineering
and construction. A fish transport system will be included
as part of the design. which will allow federally listed
salmonids and trout that are swimming upstream to be
trapped, sorted, and then released in the upper river.
Skychaser Energy, Inc is proposing a Technology                  No   Yes   Twin Lakes
Demonstration Project under the Geothermal Technologies
Program of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). The
project will demonstrate specific methods for overcoming
existing barriers to the large-scale commercialization of
geothermal heat pumps and related services. The site of
the proposed project is the Lake Elizabeth condominiums,
a new construction project to be built near the shore of its
namesake located in Twin Lakes. Wisconsin. The
proposed ground source heat system will have an
estimated 73 ton capacity and will be a closed loop heat
exchanger be design and siting information does not exist.
Skychaser is requesting DOE funds to perform feasibility
studies and conceptual design work.

Conduct Research and Development on the EnergyFarm™              No   Yes   Alameda
technology at Primus's Alameda facility. This categorical
exclusion request covers Tasks 1 - 10 of the statement of
project objective only.
Conduct performance verification testing of the                  No   Yes   San Ramon
EnergyFarm™ technology at the Pacific Gas & Electric
(PG&E) facility in San Ramon, CA. This categorical
exclusion request cover Task 6 of the statement of project
objective only.
The construction and operation of a 9,000 sq ft battery          No   Yes   Kern County
storage facility inside the boundary of the Southern
California Edison Monolith Substation.



Design and construct a dedicated energy storage facility         No   Yes   Lyon Station
consisting of an array of UltraBattery modules, integrated in
a turnkey battery energy storage system (BESS).

Statement of project objective task 1.0 thru task 4              No   No    Research Triangle
(inclusive). Involves information gathering to support                      Park
environmental permitting, engineering paper studies, and
engineering design work executed in office environments.

As a subcontractor, Kellogg Brown & Root, LLC will               No   Yes   Houston
support Research Triangle Institute to conduct engineering
studies, preliminary design, systems studies and bench-
scale testing for the Sabatier reaction to produce substitute
natural gas from carbon dioxide.

Research Triangle Institute will conduct engineering             No   Yes   Durham
studies, preliminary design, systems studies and bench-
scale testing for the Sabatier reaction to produce substitute
natural gas from carbon dioxide.
Provide retail-public accessible Ethanol-85 and Biodiesel        No   No    Multiple Sites
fueling stations by installing/converting tanks for Ethanol-85
and Biodiesel fuel.
Installation of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), liquefied          No   Yes   Multiple Sites
natural gas (LNG),& biodiesel (B20) fueling station
infrastructure.
Installation of 10 kilowatt fixed-tilt, fixed axis array mounted   No   Yes   Decatur
on existing building (Building J) at Decatur Work Release
in Decatur, Alabama.
Remove existing natural gas fired 200 horsepower steam             No   Yes   Mount Meigs
boiler at Kilby Correctional Facility and replace with a new
natural gas fired 200 horsepower steam boiler.

Retrofit existing conventional washing machines with               No   Yes   Multiple Sites
ozone laundry systems, which allow for washing in cold
water and cut drying times.
Purchase of equipment for pipeline that will supply gas            No   Yes   Easton
from Chrin Bros. landfill to renewable energy plant that will
produce power and hot water for business park.

The objective of the project is to advance the technology of       No   Yes   Princeton
the nitride/oxynitride phosphors for solid-state lighting
(SSL) from the current level of maturity of applied research
to advanced engineering.
Rehabilitation of existing gas collection system and               No   Yes   Brattleboro
generation equipment at a closed landfill. Brattleboro
landfill will replace two generators (250 kilowatt and 310
kilowatt) for renewable power generation.
Installation of a 1000 kilowatt solar ground mount facility on     No   Yes   Northampton
approximately 3 acres of land at the existing Crayola plant.                  County
Either direct beam or screw tip pole installations. Site to
remain vegetated.
Installation of a 1000 kilowatt solar ground mount facility on     No   Yes   Berks County
approximately 7 acres of land at the existing UGI Energy
Services liquefied natural gas plant. Either direct beam or
screw tip pole installations. Site still vegetated.

Installation of a 500 kilowatt solar ground mount facility on      No   Yes   Dauphin County
approx. 3.5 acres at existing UGI Energy Services propane
plant. Either direct beam or screw tip pole installations.
Site still vegetated.
Design, Procurement, Installation, and test of solar electric      No   Yes   Philadelphia
systems on rooftops via solar panels on new and
revitalized construction of low income housing at four
locations in Philadelphia.
Installation of photovoltaic array on the roof of the McComb       No   Yes   Edinboro
Fieldhouse and associated control systems installed within
the existing McComb Fieldhouse.
Install a 1,500 kilowatt solar photovoltaic system above the       No   Yes   Montgomery
existing parking garage and install plug-in hybrid/electric                   County
vehicle recharging stations. Includes small concrete pads
for inverter installation.
The End Station Test Beam (ESTB) is a new experimental          No   No
facility that will use 5 hertz (Hz) of the 120 Hz 13.6-giga
electron-volt electron beam from the existing Linac
Coherent Light Source to restore test beam capabilities in
End Station A (ESA), an existing building at SLAC. ESTB
beams will provide electrons and pions over a broad range
of momenta and intensities, suitable for particle physics
and astrophysics detector development and calibration
activities in ESA. The ESTB project is a modification of an
existing experimental facility located in the Research Yard
at SLAC and does not increase primary beam energy or
current.

Subcontractor shall provide all materials, tools, equipment,    No   No   Big Hill
supplies, transportation, facilities, labor, supervision, and
services required for the installation of a deep anode
ground bed site at Big Hill Cavern 114.
The City of Oakley in Contra Costa County is continuing to      No   No   City of Oakley in
work on expanding Laurel Road for future development                      Contra Costa
plans. Development of the area has been delayed;                          County; Quad:
however Oakley is experiencing deadly traffic and                         Brentwood,
pedestrian accidents at the intersection of Laurel Road and               Township 2 North,
Rose Avenue. In order to make safety improvements to                      Range 2 East,
Rose Avenue, i.e., sidewalks, traffic signals, the city of                section 36
Oakley has requested Western to remove its existing
tower, 18/3 on Laurel Road and replace it with two
temporary glu-laminated structures within Western's
existing 20-foot right-of-way on the Tracy-Contra Costa
Transmission Line.
The purpose of this work is to conduct research using           No   No   Idaho National
pressure as a measure of performance for fluidized beds                   Laboratory
(spouted, bubbling, or slugging) at the Center for Advanced
Energy Studies.
The project is to replace the current 200,000 gallon potable    No   No   Idaho National
water tank at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) Materials               Laboratory
and Fuels Complex (MFC) with a new 300,000 gallon water
tank. The existing tank and foundation will be removed and
the waste materials managed and disposed under the
direction of Waste Generator Services (WGS). The
purpose of this project is to replace an older, outdated tank
(installed in 1961) with a new tank with greater capacity
and a more environmentally appropriate design (better
corrosion resistance). The new tank will better ensure
continued operation of a safe and dependable water
system for a wide range of activities and services at the
MFC.
The proposed project plans to replace the existing blowers,     No   No   Idaho National
swamp coolers and electric heaters in the Idaho National                  Laboratory
Laboratory (INL) Test Reactor Area-653 (TRA-653) office
area with three roof mounted heating, ventilating and air
conditioning (HVAC) units; and install six roof mounted
HVAC units at the TRA-653 machine shop area.
Due to periods of insufficient water flow to the sewer         No   No    Idaho National
ponds, the clay liners in the ponds can dry out and crack.                Laboratory
This proposed action is to add an additional drain line,
which will allow clean well water that has been used to cool
compressors to then be drained into the sewer system
ponds during low flow periods in order to maintain a higher,
more consistent water level. There are no chemicals added
to the water.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:            No   Yes   Guam
Development of an Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Strategy and Administration, To Be Determined.
Department of Energy is proposing to provide federal           No   No    Indian River
funding to INEOS to design, permit, construct, test and                   County
operate a demonstration-scale biorefinery that will produce
ethanol fuel from cellulosic feedstock that includes
vegetative waste and segregated construction debris
(primarily wood) supplied by an adjacent county landfill in
Vero Beach, Florida.
Sierra Geothermal Power, Inc. would perform an                 No   No    Esmerelda
exploration and drilling case study of the Silver Peak                    County, Reno
geothermal resource. The goal of this project is to reduce
the level of risk during the early stages of geothermal
project development and to determine the combination of
techniques that are most useful and cost-effective in
identifying the geothermal resource.
GE Global Research would develop and evaluate fiber            No   No    Niskayuna
optic sensing technology for real time, multi-parameter
monitoring of geothermal wells in Enhanced Geothermal
Systems lifecycle phases of site characterization, reservoir
development and energy production.

In 2002, a National Environmental Policy Act determination     No   No
was signed for the Site-Wide Environmental Assessment
(EA) of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory's
(NREL) National Wind Technology Center (NWTC)
DOE/EA-1378. This EA included the installation of an eight
acre photovoltaic (PV) array located at the western edge of
the NWTC, previously occupied by native grasses. The EA
also identified reclaiming the areas not occupied by PVs
with native grasses. NREL proposes to test seed mixes at
the eight acre array to determine which native grass mix
works best at the NWTC.

Colorado's Northwestern Community College proposes to          No   Yes   Craig
install a demonstration ground source heat pump on their
campus located in Craig, Colorado. The proposed heat
pump will service the newly constructed "Academic and
Student Services Building" (70,000 square feet and the
"Career Technical Center" (14,000 square feet).
Department of Energy and cost share funding will be used          No    No    Spartanburg
by Spartanburg County to design, permit, construct,                           County
operate and maintain a landfill gas to energy project to
utilize methane gas generated at the Wellford landfill. They
would build the infrastructure necessary to collect, treat
and compress and transport the methane from the landfill.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)            No    Yes   Peoria
Convert lighting in buildings to light-emitting diodes (LED),
2) convert street lighting in parks and parking lots to LED,
3) information technology project-install computer energy
management software, 4) building retrofits-install water
heater timers in city facilities, 5) planning and inspection
materials and training, 6) United States Green Building
Council Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design
(LEED) training and certification, 7) pilot non-grid scale
(small) wind turbine energy project, 8) energy efficiency
building retrofits (air conditioning, thermostats, doors, etc.)
to 1970 Public Housing Administration Facility, 9)
community outreach and education program.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1) Jail       No    Yes   Cochise
kitchen appliance retrofit, 2) libraries energy efficiency
retrofits.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)            No    Yes   Gilbert
Replace street lights with induction lights, 2) energy
efficiency upgrades/retrofits including Heating Ventilation
Air Conditioning, chillers, and controllers/thermometer
replacements, 3) traffic light synchronization project, 4)
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Program.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:               Yes   Yes   Yavapai
purchase hybrid vehicles for use in County fleet.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)            No    Yes   Pine Bluff
Energy Efficiency Retrofits, including high efficiency lighting
upgrade, Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning efficiency
improvements and building weatherization, 2) upgrade of
traffic signals to light-emitting diode (LED).
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)            No    Yes   Chula Vista
Biodiesel tank, 2) municipal solar installations on multiple
buildings (roof tops, carport, and ground mount; less than
60 kilowat each), 3) "Home upgrade, carbon downgrade"
program.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:               No    Yes   Fountain Valley
Energy efficiency retrofits (Heating Ventilation Air
Conditioning, lighting systems) at Civic Center, Police
Station, City Hall and other City facilities.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)            No    Yes   Hayward
Develop Energy Efficiency and Conservation Strategy, 2)
hire consultant to serve as City's Sustainability Coordinator,
3) Countywide Retrofit Program (Green Packages), 4)
California Youth Energy Services Program.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:                   No   Yes   Porterville
Energy efficiency lighting and plumbing retrofits for several
city facilities.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)                No   Yes   San Marcos
Administration of energy efficiency and conservation
strategy, 2) perform energy efficiency audits of city
facilities, 3) upgrade Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning
(HVAC) system at City Hall, 4) install an adaptive
frequency drive on HVAC chiller at City Hall, 5) replace and
upgrade air handler units (AHU) both inside and outside
several facilities, 6) retrofit outdoor lighting with light-
emitting diode (LED) fixtures.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:                   No   Yes   San Rafael
Energy efficiency retrofits for San Rafael City Hall (built in
1964), including replacement of Heating Ventilation Air
Conditioning System.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: build             No   Yes   Victorville
and operate 33-kilovolt (kV)/12kV substation at the
Southern California Logistics Airport.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)                No   Yes   Longmont
Develop energy efficiency and conservation strategy, 2)
develop strategy to educate utility customers and motivate
them to increase energy efficiency, 3) rebate program for
residential gas customers who get an energy audit, 4)
update timing and coordination of traffic signals on
corridors, 5) provide grants to two non-profit organizations
for energy efficient retrofits, 6) study the applicability of light
emitting diodes (LED) on existing street light poles.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)                No   Yes   Bridgeport
Develop an Energy Efficiency and Conservation Strategy,
2) loan program for homeowner weatherization/renewable
upgrades, 3) energy efficient upgrades at main public
library including boilers, chillers, and air handlers, 4) create
an energy improvement district, 5) determine if it is feasible
to develop a Green Energy Park, 6) determine feasibility of
the sewage treatment plant producing waste to energy, 7)
purchase solar-powered recycling compactors, 8) retrofit
downtown street lights with light-emitting diodes (LEDs).


Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)                No   Yes   Lakeland
Establish a sustainability office to initiate and monitor loans
and grants for residential energy efficiency improvements.
Provide interest free loans to residents to support solar
photovoltaic installs, 2) upgrade Heating Ventilation Air
Conditioning system for City Hall.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)           No   Yes   Idaho Falls
Energy efficiency lighting retrofits and lighting control
upgrades on city buildings, 2) historic preservation
educational materials, 3) bike path extension (.5 miles), 4)
expand recycling program, 5) install solar panels on city
building-panels are to be used as a demonstration project
to collect data, 6) energy efficiency education center-
displays, education seminars/ training, etc.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:              No   Yes   Berwyn
Develop an Energy Efficiency and Conservation Strategy.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:              No   Yes   Clark
Energy efficiency retrofits (replacement of Heating
Ventilation Air Conditioning system, lighting, and windows).

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)           No   Yes   Des Moines
Reimbursement for the cost of preparing the energy
efficiency and conservation strategy, 2) perform energy
audits to benchmark the energy performance of municipal
buildings and fund public education/outreach campaign, 3)
revolving loan program for energy efficiency retrofits and
incremental costs for purchasing hybrid vehicles, 4)
establish a mortgage buy-down program for residential
buildings, 5) energy efficiency window retrofits at City Hall
and the Police Station, 6) fund program to increase cycling
and walking opportunities in the city.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)           No   Yes   Scott
Development and implementation of energy efficiency
initiative/strategy (Scott County Community Sustainability
Assessment and Plan), 2) residential and commercial
building audits [excludes geothermal activity]

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)           No   Yes   Campbell
Create partnership known as the Greater Cincinnati Energy
Alliance (grants, revolving loan funds, public debt offerings,
and other financial solutions; 2) energy efficiency retrofits
for lighting fixtures, new Heating Ventilation Air
Conditioning equipment weatherization of buildings, pump
stations, improved consumption on city buildings.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)           No   Yes   Livingston
Consult for energy efficiency recommendations, strategies,
and best practices for public buildings and implement
Energy Efficiency and Conservation measures, including
retrofits of County/Parish buildings, 2) consult for a
methane recovery study and establish new operating
procedures and policies to be used for energy conservation
in public buildings.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:              No   Yes   Aroostock
Energy efficiency retrofits for several Aroostook County
buildings/facilities, including Heating Ventilation Air
Conditioner upgrades, boiler replacement, heating pipe
insulating, lighting replacements, main entry doors
replacements, restroom motion sensor lighting upgrades,
window replacements and burner replacements.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:              No   Yes   Cumberland
Develop Energy Efficiency and Conservation Strategy.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:              No   Yes   Kennebec
Develop Energy Efficiency and Conservation Strategy.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)           No   Yes   Charles
Develop Energy Efficiency and Conservation Strategy that
includes feasibility and planning for energy efficiency
retrofits, energy distribution projects, community
geothermal initiative, transportation projects, and
renewable energy projects, and also includes education
and promotional programs, 2) energy efficiency
retrofits/upgrades for County buildings, 3) Comprehensive
review of local zoning, ordinances, regulations, and
guidelines for transportation project, 4) develop and
implement building code amendments to promote
sustainable buildings.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)           No   Yes   Barnstable
Town Hall energy efficiency upgrades and improvements
and hire part-time Energy Coordinator, 2) establish a Local
Energy Office to institutionalize energy efficiency and
renewable energy as a priority and to coordinate energy
efforts, 3) energy efficiency retrofits for multiple county
facilities, including replacement of insulation, windows, oil-
fired boilers, electric heat, etc.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)           No   Yes   Haverhill
General program support of Energy Efficiency and
Conservation projects and activities [assessments and
audits only], and additional energy efficiency technical
analysis, 2) develop a community education program to
promote energy efficiency and conservation, 3) hire a Solid
Waste and Recycling Coordinator to provide community
outreach for new single-stream curbside recycling
program, 4) replacement of existing street and traffics
lighting (bulbs) with more efficient lighting technology.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)           No   Yes   Burnsville
Conduct greenhouse emissions inventory, 2) energy audits
for city buildings, 3) business energy efficiency grants, 4)
energy upgrades for City Hall/Police Wings, 5) Light-
emitting diode (LED) holiday lighting for Heart of the City,
6) install dehumidification system at ice center.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)            No   Yes   Clay
Replace windows in Clay County Administration Building,
2) replace inefficient Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning
(HVAC) units and install energy efficient HVAC units on
Children's Justice Center building, 3) frequency drives
upgrade installation at several facilities (EXCLUDES
geothermal unit).
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: Install       No   Yes   Florissant
photovoltaic roof and insulation system on Florissant Ice
Rink.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)            No   Yes   Missoula
Conservation strategy refinement (expand current
Conservation Strategy into a foundation for a long-term
Climate Action plan), 2) develop energy efficiency and
conservation strategy, 3) City Shop lighting and Heating
Ventilation Air Conditioning retrofits, 4) development of
revolving fund for energy efficiency projects, 5)
development of sub-grant program, 6) fleet vehicle electric
conversion.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:               No   Yes   Belknap
Energy efficiency retrofits in County facilities, including
building envelope improvements, thermostatically
controlled radiator valves with set-back capability, connect
Old Wing Heating System to New Wing Heating System in
the County Jail, and Water & Energy Conservation
Measures throughout all County facilities (including
Courthouse, built in 1893).
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)            No   Yes   Hillsborough
Develop Energy Efficiency and Conservation Strategy, 2)
Energy efficiency retrofits at the Department of Corrections
Heating Plant, 3) Energy efficiency retrofits for the
Hillsborough County Nursing Home, including solar heating
and cooling for the hot water tank, induction lighting for the
parking lot, and retrofit of boilers, coolers, and dryers.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)            No   Yes   Merrimack
Installation of solar arrays on the roof of the county jail, 2)
investment grade energy audit of multiple buildings, 3)
energy efficiency retrofits for the nursing home, including
replacement of windows and boiler replacement, 4) hire a
part-time Merrimack County Energy and Conservation
Policy Committee to oversee energy efficiency activities.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:               No   Yes   Strafford
Energy efficiency retrofits/upgrades, including replacement
of lighting in the Courthouse/Justice Center parking lot and
boiler and exterior door replacements for the Strafford
County Nursing Home.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)            No   Yes   Elizabeth
Develop energy efficiency and conservation strategy, 2)
technical consultant, 3) revolving loan program, 4) sub
grants for commercial projects, 5) energy upgrades of city
facilities.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)               No   Yes   Elizabeth
Technical consultant, 2) revolving loan program, 3) sub
grants for commercial projects, 4) energy upgrades of city
facilities.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for:                  No   Yes   San Juan
Conduct energy and water audits of county-owned
buildings/facilities.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)               No   Yes   Suffolk
Engage an energy expert to model energy use and
recommend changes in county buildings, 2) sponsor a
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)
accreditation program, 3) hire consultants to perform
engineering tasks for the county, 4) replace exterior lights
at North County Complex, 5) install solar-powered light
emitting diode (LED) lighting in Yaphank Department of
Public Works parking lot.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)               No   Yes   Rogers
Energy optimization program for Government buildings, 2)
energy efficiency training program for County employees
[excludes geothermal activity].
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)               No   Yes   Vega Baja
Develop energy efficiency and conservation strategy, 2)
install energy efficient lighting, emergency generator, and
air conditioning at new Vega Baja Library, 3) install solar
photovoltaic system on Vega Baja Library.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)               No   Yes   New Braunfels
Residential weatherization program to install energy
efficiency measures, 2) replacement of an older, inefficient
cooling unit, 3) traffic signal upgrade/retrofit to light-emitting
diode (LED).
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)               No   Yes   Washington
Develop Energy Efficiency and Conservation Strategy, 2)
energy audits of County buildings/facilities.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)               No   Yes   Roanoke
Develop Greenhouse Gas reduction plan, 2) Energy audits
of County buildings, 3) energy retrofits of County buildings.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)               No   Yes   Tacoma
Hire consultant to train staff on sustainable practices, 2)
residential energy equipment upgrades (wood stove
changeouts and weatherization), 3) infrastructure upgrades
in community facilities (lighting, heating systems, windows,
etc.), 4) replace Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning
system at Fire Headquarters and Station One facilities, 5)
participate in Tacoma Alliance for Clean Technology, 6)
participate in Businesses for an Environmentally
Sustainable Tacoma Program, 7) Downtown
Transportation Partnership to reduce trips to city center, 8)
replace traffic signals and warning beacons with light-
emitting diodes (LEDs), 9) painting and signage for bike-
lane.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)               No   Yes   Vancouver
Energy efficiency retrofits: high efficiency upgrades to 5 fire
stations, City Operations Center, City Hall, Utilities
Customer Service Center, Esther Short City Administration
Offices, Vancouver Parking Garage; 2) establish a
sustainability strategy to help with energy efficiency
measures for low-income neighborhoods; 3) water station
4 pump upgrade; 4) 49th Street booster station pump
replacement; 5) westside blower replacement project; 6)
purchase electrical vehicle charging stations, 7) Light-
emitting diode (LED) street light replacements; 8) purchase
electric vehicles for city fleet.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)               No   Yes   Milwaukee
High efficiency lighting upgrade, new lighting controls and
Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning efficiency
Improvements, 2) installation of solar hot water heater
system, 3) install recycling containers in public areas.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)               No   Yes   Casper
Upgrade and retrofit of constant speed pumps to variable
speed pumps in the Casper Events Center, 2) Retrofit
downtown street lighting to high efficiency light-emitting
diode (LED) lighting.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)               No   Yes   Cheyenne
Implement energy management and energy conservation
training programs as part of the Energy Efficiency and
Conservation Strategy, 2) Reimbursement for energy audit,
3) High efficiency lighting upgrade and installation of
occupancy sensors.
Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant for: 1)               No   Yes   Cheyenne
Implement energy management and energy conservation
training programs as part of the energy efficiency and
conservation strategy, 2) high efficiency lighting upgrade
and installation of occupancy sensors, 3) technical
consultant services of energy engineering firm, 4) replace
boilers at Fire Station NO.1 with high efficiency boilers.

The Alliance will assist states to develop a plan to achieve         No   Yes   Washington
compliance with their updated building energy codes.

Clean Cities Area of Interest #4: Deploy approximately 180           No   Yes   Port of Los
liquified natural gas trucks to the Ports of Los Angeles &                      Angeles, Port of
Long Beach to replaces 180 existing older diesel drainage                       Long Beach
trucks & provide outreach in South Coast Air Quality
Management District - new vehicle purchase tasks only.

Provide facility modifications/upgrades to existing security,        No   No    Morgantown
Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning, and architectural
systems to meet Department of Energy regulations for
housing classified information.
Install building level utility meters for city water, natural gas,   No   No    Morgantown
electricity, and steam where available.
Purchase of 115 new propane-powered vehicles in the              No   Yes   Los Angeles and
state of California. This categorical exclusion form is for                 Orange County
these vehicle purchases under this project selected under
Clean Cities FOA DE-PS26-09NT01236, Area of Interest
#4.
The Energy and Environmental Research Center facility            No   No    Grand Forks
will be used for general project management activities and
to analyze flue gas samples collected during off-site
Information Collection Request testing at coal-fired power
plant(s).
Remove and replace walls, add sound proofing, install            No   No    South Park
insulated return air ducts--insulation shall be rated for                   Township
sound attenuation, install sound proofing device on door
bottoms, paint walls, replace ceiling.
Clean Cities Area of Interest #4: Install liquid natural gas     No   Yes   Ontario, Las
(LNG) station in Las Vegas, Nevada; deploy approximately                    Vegas
16 LNG trucks at Ontario, California and 32 LNG Trucks at
Las Vegas, Nevada; and provide outreach - new vehicle
purchase tasks only.
Addition of a compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station       No   No    Temecula
to the existing diesel and gas fueling station at the
Temecula Valley Unified School District’s maintenance and
transportation facility. Fueling station tasks only.

Addition of a compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station       No   No    Temecula
to the existing diesel and gas fueling station at the
Temecula Valley Unified School District’s maintenance and
transportation facility. Administrative tasks only

The project consists of renovations to the walls, floor          No   No    Morgantown
finishes, and lighting in room B73 in Building 39 at the
National Energy Technology Laboratory Morgantown
facility.
Install new hot/chilled water pumps and variable frequency       No   No    Morgantown
drives to replace existing pumps tied to the B3 Heating
Ventilation Air Conditioning system. New controls will also
be added for these devices.
Upgrade National Energy Technology Laboratory's utility          No   No    Morgantown
metering software to enable better data acquisition.

The objective of this project is to support the Electric Drive   No   Yes   Buffalo, Metropolis
Vehicle Battery Manufacturing Initiative by commercializing
the Lithium Hexafluorophosphate (LiPF6) process into an
operating commercial plant.
PPG proposes to develop an organic light-emitting diode          No   Yes   Harmar
(OLED) integrated substrate of sodalime glass, transparent
conductive oxide electrode, and light extraction layers
providing improved efficiency.
PPG proposes to develop an organic light-emitting diode          No   Yes   Allison Park
(OLED) integrated substrate of sodalime glass, transparent
conductive oxide electrode, and light extraction layers
providing improved efficiency.
PPG proposes to develop an organic light-emitting diode         No   Yes   Monroeville
(OLED) integrated substrate of sodalime glass, transparent
conductive oxide electrode, and light extraction layers
providing improved efficiency.
PPG proposes to develop an organic light-emitting diode         No   Yes   Ewing
(OLED) integrated substrate of sodalime glass, transparent
conductive oxide electrode, and light extraction layers
providing improved efficiency.
Install a 250 kilowatt solar array on the roof of an existing   No   Yes   Kingstree
200,000 square foot building. Power generated will be
utilized in the existing building.
Monitoring existing equipment, performance testing,             No   Yes
identifying issues, witnessing startup testing of new
equipment, creation of system manuals (315 buildings);
install utility meters (760 buildings).
Design and build a 1.1 megawatt direct current solar            No   Yes   Kearny
photovoltaic generating system on the roof of the existing
rail maintenance facility. The system will be grid
connected. All electricity produced will be used on site.

The proposed project is to perform research, development,       No   No    Knoxville
and large-scale demonstration of a synchrophasor-based
situational awareness system.

Conversion and deployment of city owned and operated            No   No    San Antonio
liquid propane light duty trucks.
Installation of Ethanol-85 and biodiesel refueling              No   Yes   Denton
infrastructure for the City of Denton. This categorical
exclusion form is for 1 of 11 proposed locations for project
selected under Clean Cities FOA DE-PS26-09NT01236,
Area of Interest #4.
The proposed project is to perform research, development,       No   No    Palo Alto
and large-scale demonstration of a synchrophasor-based
situational awareness system.

The proposed project is to perform research, development,       No   No    Chattanooga
and large-scale demonstration of a synchrophasor-based
situational awareness system.

Oak Hall project including new demand-based building            No   Yes   Newark
controls (variable-frequency drives), boiler replacement,
solar water heating, rooftop solar photovoltaic panels,
regenerative elevator technology, and high efficiency
lighting.
Installation of 3 megawatt direct current ground mounted,       No   Yes   Kearny
non-penetrating solar panels on an existing, closed landfill.
System will interconnect with existing 13.8 kilovolt
overhead distribution circuit tap.
Replace existing 150 horsepower (hp) wood chip boiler           No   Yes   Bullock County
with new 150 hp biomass fired boiler. Biomass Fuel
Storage and Fuel feed system will also be included.
Includes 428 kilowatt solar photovoltaic panels mounted on        No   Yes   Pomona
"carport" structures in existing parking lot. Light-emitting
diode (LED) lighting in parking area. Solar hot water
heater for 1 building and remote Heating Ventilation Air
Conditioning control on another.
Retrofit two existing burners to more efficiently burn landfill   No   Yes   Bordentown
gas for two existing boilers.


Installation of electric charging infrastructure. This is for 2   No   Yes   Dallas
of 11 infrastructure locations proposed in this project
selected under Clean Cities FOA DE-PS26-09NT01236,
Area of Interest #4.
Installation of infrastructure to provide biodiesel dispensing.   No   Yes   Springfield
This station is one of 25 proposed in project selected under
Clean Cities FOA DE-PS26-09NT01236, Area of Interest
#4.
The primary objective of this project is to increase the          No   Yes   Rochester
operational lifetime of white, phosphorescent organic light-
emitting diodes suitable for solid-state lighting (SSL) to at
least 10,000 hours.
Design, construct, and install three environmental                No   Yes   Morgantown
laboratories at the Morgantown site. One lab will be
located in the B17 ground floor and the other two labs will
be located in B14.

Decommissioning of the Fischer Tropsch Laboratory.                No   No    Pittsburgh
Clean Cities Area of Interest #4: The project funds the           No   Yes
deployment of various alternative fuel vehicles and the
development of unique alternative fuel refueling locations.
(Vehicle conversion tasks only.)
Clean Cities Area of Interest #4: The project funds the           No   Yes
deployment of various alternative fuel vehicles and the
development of unique alternative fuel refueling locations.
(New vehicle purchase tasks only.)
Installation of small (100 gallon-per-minute) heat exchange       No   Yes   Scranton
system for cooling needs in School of Architecture; heat
sink is mine pool water beneath campus. No surface
discharge or mixture with chilled water system.

Replace an existing sawdust-fueled boiler with a biomass          No   Yes   Burkeville
boiler capable of utilizing different biomass fuel sources
including native warm season grasses.
Demonstrate an advanced smart grid technology for                 No   Yes   Huntington Beach
optimizing regional transmission system planning and
operation by enabling secure wide-area situational
awareness, coordination, and collaboration. Phase III A &
B "deployment" to consist of further computer testing,
modeling and engineering evaluations, no physical
construction to occur.
Demonstrate an advanced smart grid technology for                No   Yes   St. Louis
optimizing regional transmission system planning and
operation by enabling secure wide-area situational
awareness, coordination, and collaboration. Phase III A &
B "deployment" to consist of further computer testing,
modeling and engineering evaluations, no physical
construction to occur.
Demonstrate an advanced smart grid technology for                No   Yes   Sunnyvale
optimizing regional transmission system planning and
operation by enabling secure wide-area situational
awareness, coordination, and collaboration. Phase III A &
B "deployment" to consist of further computer testing,
modeling and engineering evaluations, no physical
construction to occur.
Construct a concrete pad to place four (4) tractor-trailer       No   Yes   Goldsmith, Ector,
sized batteries upon, to be used for storage of power                       Winkler Counties
generated from a currently operating wind farm.



Installation of compressed natural gas refueling                 No   Yes   Dallas
infrastructure. This is for 1 of 11 infrastructure locations
proposed in this project selected under Clean Cities FOA
DE-PS26-09NT01236, Area of Interest #4.
Construction and operation of Reaction Chemistry and             No   No    South Park
Engineering Support Lab B94-04 in order to enhance and
expand current capabilities for catalyst preparation and
characterization.
Construction and operation of Reaction Chemistry and             No   No    South Park
Engineering Support Lab B94-03 in order to enhance and
expand current capabilities for biomass growth,
conditioning, and upgrading.
This funding opportunity announcement seeks projects that        No   No
develop or improve methods for producing commodities
with carbon dioxide as a feedstock. All project work
activities are restricted to permitted and controlled indoor
research lab facilities. This categorical exclusion is invalid
for any type of non-indoor or outdoor project work activities
or testing.
Construction and operation of Reaction Chemistry and             No   No    South Park
Engineering Support Lab B94-02 in order to enhance and
expand current capabilities for catalyst preparation and
characterization.
Training, audits and commercial energy efficiency retrofits      No   Yes
limited to insulation, lighting, Heating Ventilation Air
Conditioning, weather sealing, installation of Energy Star
appliances, high efficiency showers/faucets upgrades. As
noted in the guidance for State Energy Program, the
projects will strictly adhere to the limitations set forth on
page 9 and page 10 of this guide and not exceed these
limits.
Place 5-megawatt solar photovoltaic system on 12 rooftops        No   Yes   Fairless Hills
of existing buildings at the Keystone Industrial Port
Complex.
Prepare preliminary engineering, design, and permitting         No   Yes   Cumberland
functions for potential poultry litter to energy facility.                 County
Replace the existing Thermal Desorbtion unit of the             No   Yes   Beebe
treatment system with a new Soil Dryer system. The Soil
Dryer system is more efficient, and will allow for recycling
of diesel fuel/drilling fluids.
Training, audits and residential retrofits limited to           No   Yes
insulation, lighting, heating, ventilation, air conditioning,
weather sealing, appliances, high efficiency
showers/faucets, closed loop Ground Source Heat Pump
less than 5.5 tons and solar hot water. As noted in the
guidance for State Energy Program, the projects will strictly
adhere to the limitations set forth on page 9 and page 10 of
this guide and not exceed these limits.
Training and implementation of financial incentive              No   Yes
programs.
Paper studies pertaining to execution of subsurface             No   Yes   Marinez
facilities preliminary engineering.


Provide public outreach and educational activities.             No   Yes   Forestville



Provide public outreach and educational activities.             No   Yes   Los Angeles,
                                                                           Solano County,
                                                                           Sacramento


At Miami, perform geochemical analyses of rocks and             No   Yes   Miami
gases, calculations and computer modeling and prepare
and test geochemical equipment.

Proof of concept project for monitoring geophysical and         No   Yes   Price
geochemical parameters to verify safety of carbon dioxide
sequestration sites. Includes installation of global
positioning system (GPS), seismic, and geochemical
sampling equipment.
Proof of concept project for monitoring geophysical and         No   Yes   Kimberlina
geochemical parameters to verify safety of carbon dioxide
sequestration sites. Includes installation of global
positioning system (GPS), seismic, and geochemical
sampling equipment.
CleanTech Partners, Inc. will administer work being             No   Yes   Middleton
conducted at 9 sub-awardee locations that are covered on
separate categorical exclusion forms. (American Recovery
and Reinvestment Act Funding: DE-FOA-0000044)

Wausau Rhinelander will install economizers to recover          No   Yes   Rhinelander
heat energy that is currently being lost through building air
handling exhaust.
Wausau Mosinee will replace inefficient refiners, rebuild        No   Yes   Mosinee
the steam and condensing system on their paper machine
#4, and improve dryer hood efficiency. (American Recover
and Reinvestment Act Funding: DE-FOA-0000044)

Thilmany LLC will improve energy efficiency and operating        No   Yes   Kaukauna
costs by capturing exhaust heat in air-to-air heat
exchangers that will be installed during this project.
(American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Funding: DE-
FOA-0000044)
Quad Graphics will save energy by installing, operating and      No   Yes
maintaining intelligent, addressable wireless controllers on
existing light fixtures. (American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act Funding: DE-FOA-0000044)

NewPage will replace 8 inch cleaners on a paper machine          No   Yes   Wisconsin Rapids
with new 6 inch high efficiency units. (American Recovery
and Reinvestment Act Funding: DE-FOA-0000044)

Save energy by replacing light fixtures with energy efficient    No   Yes   Kohler
light fixtures, replacing steam powered hot water with high
efficiency water heaters, installing efficient dryers.
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Funding: DE-
FOA-0000044
Domtar will upgrade their overfire air system boiler to          No   Yes   Rothschild
provide an increased steaming rate, improve combustion
efficiency and reduce usage of natural gas. (American
Recovery and Reinvestment Act Funding: DE-FOA-
0000044).
Didion Milling will save energy by increasing dryer capacity,    No   Yes   Courtland
extracting corn oil, using fluid bed recycling, using yield                 Township
enhancement tanks, and increasing vacuum efficiency.
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Funding: DE-
FOA-0000044.
Save energy by replacing existing boilers, using variable        No   Yes   Wauwatosa
frequency drives on pumps, replacing steam heaters, using
high efficiency boilers, and using high efficiency heaters.
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Funding: DE-
FOA-0000044.
Subcontractor shall furnish all materials (excluding brine),     No   No
tools, equipment, supplies, transportation, facilities, labor,
and supervision as required on a call out basis to provide
coiled tubing services at the Strategic Petroleum Reserve
sites during 2011-2015.
Excavate and repair domestic water (DW) line leak near           No   No    Aiken
northeast corner of 717-F.
To repair various roof leaks in L reactor building.              No   No    Aiken
The K-Area portion of the heavy water (HW) inventory will       No   Yes   Aiken
be managed for disposition first. Planned disposal will
consist of stabilization and packaging by an offsite vendor
for anticipated ultimate placement at the Nevada Test Site
(or other waste storage facility to be determined). Prior to
providing vendor access to K-Area heavy water, drummed
material will be removed from K-Area, and the HW
inventory currently maintained in storage tanks will be
pumped to drums and removed from K-Area.

Investigate and repair as necessary a leaking domestic          No   No    Aiken
water line near Building 719-18A.
Excavate and repair a leaking firewater line in B-Area. The     No   No    Aiken
leak is located on the east side of Road C-2 near Post
Indicator Valve 2118.
Excavate and repair a leaking underground domestic water        No   No    Aiken
line outside 607-59G.
Several types of polymers will be oxidized or derivatized to    No   No    Aiken
produce polymers with ligands attached to them.

Development of the On-Dock Rail Straddle Portal Project         No   No    Aiken
Prototype (ODRP) will assist with fulfilling the mission of
the Department of Homeland Security's Domestic Nuclear
Detection Office (DNDO) to develop the global nuclear
detection architecture, and acquire and support the
development of the domestic detection system to detect
and report attempts to import or transport a nuclear devise
or fissile or radiological material intended for illicit use.

Analytical Development Laboratory 773A C143/147 is a            No   No    Aiken
double lab module used to develop analytical
instrumentation and support Hydrogen Technology and
other groups requiring analytical measurements of
samples with low levels of tritium or possible exposure to
tritium.
Install a weather station at Timber Mountain on the Nevada      No   No    Timber Mountain
Test Site.
Maintenance activities for Zone 2 of the Nevada Test Site       No   No
(northern portion). Includes routine building maintenance,
to include preventative and predictive maintenance
activities, building custodial services, maintenance of
existing roadways and operation of craft shops.

Maintenance activities for Zone 1 of the Nevada Test Site       No   No
(southern portion). Includes routine building maintenance,
to include preventative and predictive maintenance
activities, building custodial services, maintenance of
existing roadways and operation of craft shops.

This project will renovate the 12 Camp Cafeteria, Building      No   No
12-30, to an acceptable condition for utilization during
training exercises conducted by the Department of Energy
Office of Secure Transportation.
The Wackenhut Services, Incorporated Protective Force          No   No
Training Complex is located at the Nevada Test Site. The
work scope at this facility consists of classroom training,
live-fire exercises mounted and dismounted maneuver
activities, explosives and munitions storage, administrative
work and training range support activities.
Determination URL



http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/CX-Rockdale_MW_AR.pdf

http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/GraysRiverChumSupplementationProgram.pdf


http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/InterimUseofScottMountainCommunicationsSite.pdf




http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/CX-Lane-Wendson.pdf



http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/CX-Wautoma-Ostrander__2.pdf


http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/CX-Lower_Monumental-McNary_no1.pdf


http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/CX-Spirit_Tap.pdf



http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/CX-Raver-Paul.pdf




http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/CX-Lyons_UHV_Test_Line_Tree_Stabilization.pdf




http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/CX_PA-Sappho-LLIP-L0254.pdf




http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/CX_Mint_Farm_BAA.pdf
http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/CX-Wireless-EagleJunction.pdf



http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/Roosevelt-HW-Hill_Landfill-G0335-I0019-CX.pdf




http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/StClairOlympiaCX.pdf




http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/AlcoaContractCXDecember2009.pdf




http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/Ross-LexingtonNo1MeterProject.pdf



http://www.science.doe.gov/sc-80/esh/cx_docs/PSS-Image5055_exchange_02252010-125932.PDF




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ny-tribe_cayuga_nation_re_technology.pdf
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-la-tribe_chitimacha_tribe_ee_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-or-tribe_coquille_tribe_ee_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-or-tribe_coquille_tribe_re_technology_solar_energy.pdf



http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-or-tribe_coquille_tribe_street_lighting.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ca-tribe_cortina_rancheria_of_wintun_indians_ee_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ca-
tribe_cortina_rancheria_of_wintun_indians_re_technology_wind.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak-tribe_ivanoff_bay_village_ee_strategy.pdf
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ca-
tribe_kashia_band_of_pomo_indians_of_the_stewarts_point_rancheria_street_lighting.pdf


http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-mi-
tribe_little_river_band_of_ottawa_indians_ee_and_c_program.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak-tribe_organized_village_of_kasaan_ee_and_c_program.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak-tribe_orutsararmuit_native_village_ee_and_c_program.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-nm-tribe_pueblo_de_cochiti_ee_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-nm-tribe_pueblo_of_tesuque_tribe_ee_retrofits.pdf
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ny-tribe_saint_regis_mohawk_tribe_ee_and_c_program.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ny-tribe_saint_regis_mohawk_tribe_ee_retrofits.pdf


http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ut-washington_energy-efficiency_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ut-provo_energy_efficiency_upgrades.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/il-decatur_eec_strategy_window_hvac_lighting_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nj-gloucester_hvac_traffic_signal_solar_pv_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ks-montgomery_county_window_retrofit.pdf

http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-az-tribe_pima-
maricopa_indian_community_of_the_salt_river_reservation_ee_retrofits.pdf
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-az-tribe_pima-
maricopa_indian_community_of_the_salt_river_reservation-financial_incentives.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ks-ne-
tribe_sac_and_fox_nation_of_missouri_ee_and_c_program.pdf


http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-wa-
tribe_spokane_tribe_of_the_spokane_reservation_ee_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-wa-
tribe_spokane_tribe_of_the_spokane_reservation_re_technology_solar.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-sd-tribe_sioux_tribe_of_the_cheyenne_river_res_ee_retrofits.pdf



http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ky-owensboro_window_bus_shelter_hvac_retrofits%20.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/az-tempe_consultants_studies_revolving_loan_program_lighting.pdf
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-or-
tribe_confederated_tribes_of_the_umatilla_reservation_ee_strategy.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-or-tribe_confederated_tribes_of_the_umatilla_reservation-
transportation_programs.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-me-
tribe_little_traverse_bay_bands_of_odawa_indians_re_technology_wind.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-mi-
tribe_little_traverse_bay_bands_of_odawa_indians_transportation.pdf

http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/tx-mission_traffic_signal_street_lighting_led_upgrade.pdf


http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak-tribe_native_village_of_chignik_lagoon_ee_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nj-new_brunswick_building_audits_solar_consortium.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ny-new_rochelle_residential_commercial_audits.pdf
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ca-
tribe_san_pasqual_band_of_diegueno_mission_indians_ee_strategy.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ca-
tribe_san_Pasqual_band_of_diegueno_mission_indians_ee_audits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ca-
tribe_san_pasqual_band_of_diegueno_mission_indians_tech_consulting.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/az-yuma_building_audits_hvac_retrofit.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/me-auburn_energov_software_platform.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ms-greenville_hvac_and_boiler_retrofit.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ms-greenville_smart_building_program.pdf
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ms-greenville_streetlight_retrofit.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ms-greenville_water_conservation.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/oh-huber_heights_replacement_of_heating_cooling_tower.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-mn-tribe_lower_sioux_indian_community_ee_retrofits.pdf



http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-mn-
tribe_lower_sioux_indian_community_material_conservation.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-mn-tribe_lower_sioux_indian_community_ee_audits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ma-marlborough_dept_of_public_works_hvac_upgrade.pdf
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/mi-meridian_twp_revolving_energy_fund.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ms-southaven_city_hall_window_retrofit.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ms-southaven_police_department_hvac_retrofit.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak-tribe_tanana_chiefs_conference_ee_and_c_programs.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak-tribe_tanana_chiefs_conference_ee_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak-tribe_tanana_chiefs_conference_ee_audits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak-tribe_tanana_chiefs_conference_street_lighting.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/va-
alexandria_audits_revolving_loan_fleet_hybrid_vehicles_re_feasibility_study.pdf
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ca-chico_eec_strategy_audits_education_program.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ca-el_monte_install_cool_roofs_on_city_hall_upgrade_hvac.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nj-
elizabeth_revolving_loan_program_technical_consultants_subgrantee_program.pdf


http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ia-des_moines_energy_efficiency_retrofits_and_programs.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nc-iredell_county_lighting_retrofits_to_county_government_buildings.pdf


http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ms-harrison_county_replacing_existing_hvac_systems.pdf


http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nc-kannapolis_water_treatment_plant_pump_retrofit.pdf



http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/il-police_department_upgrade_hvac.pdf
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/tn-energy_conservation_program.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ma-
energy_efficiency_and_green_government_community_education_program.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ma-technical_consultant_services.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/de-replace_existing_street_lighting_with_led_lights.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-wa-tribe-
swinomish_indian_community_re_solar_demonstration.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ny-cheektowaga_installation_of_photovoltaic_solar_panels.pdf
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-az-tribe-fort_mcdowell_yavapai_nation_ee_audits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-az-tribe-fort_mcdowell_yavapai_nation_ee_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-wi-tribe-
lac_courte_oreilles_band_of_lake_superior_chippewa_indians_ee_strategy.pdf



http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-wi-tribe-
lac_courte_oreilles_band_of_lake_superior_chippewa_indians_ee_audits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-wi-tribe-
lac_courte_oreilles_band_of_lake_superior_chippewa_indians_ee_retrofits.pdf
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ny-mount_vernon_energy_efficiency_retrofits_and_programs.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nv-churchill-_county_hvac_retrofit.pdf



http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-wi-tribe-forest_county_potawatomi_community-ee_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-wI-tribe-
forest_county_potawatomi_community_material_conservation.pdf
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-wI-tribe-forest_county_potawatomi_community-street_lighting.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/il-
plainfield_public_works_facility_building_and_parking_lot_lighting_retrofit.pdf

http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-az-ca-
tribe_quechan_tribe_of%20the_fort_yuma_indian_reservation_ee_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak_tribe_pedro_bay_native_village_tech_consulting_services.pdf



http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-nv-tribe-
yomba_shoshone_tribe_of_the_yomba_reservation_strategy.pdf



http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-nv-tribe_yomba_shoshone_tribe_of_the_yomba_reservation-
retrofits.pdf



http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/oh-
beavercreek_energy_conservation_audit_for_city_hall_and_police_building.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/oh-beavercreek_hvac_retrofit_for_city_hall_and_police_building.pdf
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/oh-beavercreek_technical_consultant_services.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ca-bell_public_lighting_replacement_project.pdf



http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak-tribe_koniag_incorporated_re_tech_solar.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ct-tribe_mashantucket_pequot_tribe_ee_audits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ct-tribe_mashantucket_pequot_tribe_strategy.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ct-tribe_mashantucket_pequot_tribe_tech_services.pdf
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-
ca_round_valley_indian_tribes_of_the_round_valley_res_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-
ca_round_valley_indian_tribes_of_the_round_valley_res_re_tech_solar.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-az-
tribe_san_carlos_apache_tribe_of_the_san_carlos_reservation_ee_audits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-az-
tribe_san_carlos_apache_tribe_of_the_san_carlos_reservation_ee_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-az-
tribe_san_carlos_apache_tribe_of_the_san_carlos_reservation_ee_strategy.pdf



http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-az-
tribe_san_carlos_apache_tribe_of_the_san_carlos_reservation_tech_services.pdf



http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-mt-
tribe_fort_belknap_indian_community_of_the_fort_belknap_reservation_strategy.pdf
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-nd-sd_tribe_standing_rock_sioux_tribe_eec_strategy.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-nd-sd_tribe_standing_rock_sioux_tribe_eec_re_wind.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ok-tribe_miami_tribe_energy_efficiency_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak-tribe_native_village_of_chitina_re_tech_solar.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ca-tribe_cold_springs_rancheria_of_mono_indians_audits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ok-
tribe_united_keetoowah_band_of_cherokee_ee_and_c_program.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-
nv_ut_confederated_tribes_of_the_goshute_reservation_ee_retrofits.pdf
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-
ca_morongo_band_of_cahuilla_mission_indians_of_the_morongo_reservation_re_tech_wind.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak-tribe_sun%27ag_tribe_of_kodiak_strategy.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak-tribe_sun%27ag_tribe_of_kodiak_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak_irha_for_alatna_village_re_tech_solar.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak_irha_for_circle_native_community_ee_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak_irha_for_hughes_village_ee_retrofits.pdf



http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak_irha_for_koyukuk_native_village_street_lighting.pdf



http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak_irha_for_native_village_of_minto_ee_retrofits.pdf
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak_irha_for_native_village_of_stevens_ee_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak_irha_for_nikolai_village_energy_distribution.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak_irha_for_rampart_village_ee_audits_and_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak_irha_for_shageluck_native_village_re_tech_solar.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak_irha_for_village_of_kaltag_ee_audits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak_irha_for_village_of_venetie_energy_distribution.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak-tribe_king_island_native_community_audits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-ak_tribe_native_village_of_karluk-strategy.pdf
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-
az_tribe_yavapai_apache_nation_of_the_camp_verde_indian_res_street_lighting.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nj-
galloway_programmable_thermostats_power_management_systems_hvac_controls_occupancy_sensors.pdf



http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nj-
galloway_rooftop_hvac_unit_replacement_boiler_replacement_lighting_upgrade.pdf


http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ca-placentia_building_audit_implementation_program.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ca-placentia_residential_energy_star_appliance_rebate_program.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/mi-
grand_blanc_development_and_implementation_of_transportation_programs_sidewalks.pdf



http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ma-
arlington_replacement_of_main_heating_plant_boiler_at_arlington_hs.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/il-
belleville_ee_retrofits_on_municipal_buildings_lighting_window_replacement.pdf
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ne-
bellevue_ee_retrofits_hvac_upgrade_building_controls_lighting_and_ee_remodeling.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nnsa-wi-tribe_st_croix_chippewa_audits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nj-solar_panel_conversion.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/oh-
huber_heights_replacement_of_high_pressure_sodium_outdoor_fixtures.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091223_FEP01_Plug-
In%20Hybrid%20%20Evaluation_Muliple%20States_MUL.pdf

http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/AZ-City-Glendale_11-6-
09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/OH-City-Cleveland_12-4-
09.pdf
http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/UT-City-Salt%20Lake_11-3-
09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/WI-City-Madison_11-25-
09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/WV-SEO-
West_Virginia_11-3-09.pdf



http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/HI-City-Honolulu_11-3-
09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/NV-County-Clark_11-4-
09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CA-County-
Contra%20Costa_11-4-09.pdf
http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/PA-County-
Montgomery_11-6-09.pdf



http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/TX-County-
Montgomery_11-13-09.pdf


http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/VA-City-Chesapeake_11-3-
09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/WA-County-Clark_11-18-
09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/AK-SEO-Alaska_11-3-
09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CA-City-Sacramento_11-6-
09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/MN-City-St.%20Paul_11-2-
09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/NM-City-Albuquerque_11-2-
09.pdf
http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/PA-County-Lancaster_11-2-
09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/Oregon_State_Univ_Wave
_Energy_Research_and_Demonstration_Center_110509.pdf



http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/AZ-City-Tucson_11-9-
09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/OH-County-Franklin_11-9-
09.pdf

http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/AZ-County-Pinal_11-12-
09.pdf



http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CA-City-Irvine_11-13-
09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/FL-City-Orlando_11-12-
09.pdf
http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/FL-County-Escambia_11-
13-09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/FL-SEO-Florida_11-24-
09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/IL-County-McHenry%2011-
13-09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/ME-SEO-Maine_11-18-
09.pdf

http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/OR-County-
Washington_11-13-09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/SC-County-Horry_11-13-
09.pdf
http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/SC-County-Richland_11-23-
09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/TX-City-
San%20Antonio_12-1-09.pdf


http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/TX-County-
Fort%20Bend_11-13-09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/MD-County-Howard_11-19-
09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/MD-County-
Montgomery_11-19-09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/MI-County-Oakland_11-23-
09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/NY-City-Buffalo_11-19-
09.pdf
http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/OH-City-Cincinnati_12-3-
09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/WA-County-Pierce_11-18-
09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/Oklahoma_State_Universit
y_Alt_Crops_and_BioFuels_Prod_111909.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/Univ_Of_South_Dakota_C
atalysis_Group_for_Alt_Energy_11192009.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/Pacific_Energy_Ventures_
Acoustic_Detierrence_112309.pdf

http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/AZ_AG_RE_Conversion_1
12309.pdf




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09.pdf
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09.pdf




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pdf



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09.pdf
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09.pdf




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09.pdf

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09.pdf




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09.pdf




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09.pdf




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09.pdf

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Westmoreland_12-21-09.pdf




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09.pdf




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09.pdf




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22309.pdf




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09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/IL_Microlink_NREL_12280
9.pdf




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ent.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/Milwaukee_ARRA_MSFAS
SE.pdf




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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CA250_KW_PV_sys.pdf



http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/OH-City-Akron_12-24-
09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CA_ECAA_LOAN_Projects
.pdf

http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/PR-City-Bayamon_12-4-
09.pdf
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.pdf



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go_ND_CX.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091202_RPD01_Rotating%20Electrical%20Products%20Production%20%
28Phas.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091118_JPG01_Clean%20Technology%20Comm%20Initiative%20%28Inn
ovation%20.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091118_JPG02_Clean%20Technology%20Comm%20Initiative_Southeast
ern.pdf

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ern.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091118_JPG04_Clean%20Technology%20Comm%20Initiative_Central%2
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20Techno.pdf


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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091119_RPD02_SEP_MA_CX.pdf




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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091127_JRG02_CEC%20Michigan%20Greenfleets_Ypsilanti_MI_CX.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091127_JRG01_North%20Central%20Texas%20Alt%20Fuel%20Advance
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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091130_RPD02_East%20Penn%20Advanced%20Battery_Lyon%20Statio
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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091130_RPD01_Allison%20Hybrid%20Assembly_Indianapolis_IN_CX.pdf




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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG08_Carolinas%20Blue%20Skies%20%26%20Green%20Jobs
%20Initiative%20.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG09_Carolinas%20Blue%20Skies%20%26%20Green%20Jobs
%20Initiative%20.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG10_Carolinas%20Blue%20Skies%20%26%20Green%20Jobs
%20Initiative%20.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG12_Carolinas%20Blue%20Skies%20%26%20Green%20Jobs
%20Initiative%20.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG11_Carolinas%20Blue%20Skies%20%26%20Green%20Jobs
%20Initiative%20.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG01_Chicago%20Area%20Alternative%20Fuel%20Deploymen
t%20Proj.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG02_Chicago%20Area%20Alternative%20Fuel%20Deploymen
t%20Proj.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG05_Atlanta%20Alternative%20Fuel%20Project_Atlanta_GA_
C.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG25_Development%20of%20a%20National%20Liquid%20Prop
ane%20%28Aut.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG03_Kentucky%20Hybrid%20School%20Bus%20Project_Fran
kfort_.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG04_Kentucky%20Hybrid%20School%20Bus%20Project_Loui
sville.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG07_Maryland%20Hybrid%20Truck%20Goods%20Movement
%20Initiati.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG26_Midwest%20Region%20Alternative%20Fuels%20Project_
Kans.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG13_Puget%20Sound%20Clean%20Cities%20Petroleum%20
Reduction%20.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG14_Puget%20Sound%20Clean%20Cities%20Petroleum%20
Reduction%20.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG15_Puget%20Sound%20Clean%20Cities%20Petroleum%20
Reduction%20.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG16_Puget%20Sound%20Clean%20Cities%20Petroleum%20
Reduction%20.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG21_Puget%20Sound%20Clean%20Cities%20Petroleum%20
Reduction%20.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG24_Texas%20Propane%20Fleet%20Pilot%20Program_Austi
n_TX_C.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091118_JRG03_Strategy%20to%20Accelerate%20US%20Transition%20t
o%20Elect.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG27_General%20Administrative%20Action%20to%20gather%
20infor.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG30_Plug-
in%20Hybrid%20Electric%20Medium%20Duty%20Commercia.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG31_Plug-
in%20Hybrid%20Electric%20Medium%20Duty%20Commercia.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG29_Plug-
in%20Hybrid%20Electric%20Medium%20Duty%20Commercia.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG36_Strategy%20to%20Accelerate%20US%20Transition%20t
o%20Elect.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG34_Strategy%20to%20Accelerate%20US%20Transition%20t
o%20Elect.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG35_Strategy%20to%20Accelerate%20US%20Transition%20t
o%20Elect.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG37_Strategy%20to%20Accelerate%20US%20Transition%20t
o%20Elect.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG03_Expanding%20CA%20E85%20Infrastructure_Multiple%2
0Site.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG02_Heavy-
Duty%20LNG%20Drayage%20Truck%20Project_South%20Co.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG01_UPS%20Ontario-
Las%20Vegas%20LNG%20Corridor_Multiple%20S.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091119_RPD01_Manufacturing%20of%20Power%20Electronics%20for%2
0Electr.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG33_Strategy%20to%20Accelerate%20US%20Transition%20t
o%20Elect.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG19_Connecticut%20Clean%20Cities%20Future%20Fuels%2
0Project.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG22_Long%20Island%20Regional%20Energy%20Collaborativ
e_Bay.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG18_New%20York%20State%20Alternative%20Fuel%20Vehic
le%20%26%20Inf.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG20_New%20Jersey%20Compressed%20Natural%20Gas%20
Refuse%20Truc.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG23_Ohio%20Advanced%20Transportation%20Partnership_Fr
an.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091210_JRG17_Indiana%20Clean%20Cities%20Alternative%20Fuels%20
Implem.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091120_JRG03_Microbial%20Activity%20Under%20Supercritical%20CO2
_Ca.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091120_JRG02_MVA%20Techniques%20for%20Gas%20Transport%20a
nd%20Cap%20Rock.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG14_Novel%20Sorbents%20for%20Emission%20Control%20fr
om%20Coal.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091216_FEP01_Hydrogen%20Separation%20for%20Clean%20Coal_Lara
mie_WY.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091112_MWL09_Battelle%20ICCS%20Phase%201_Richland_WA_CX%2
0.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091112_MWL05_Air%20Products%20ICCS%20Phase%201_Trexlertown_
PA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091112_MWL06_Air%20Products%20ICCS%20Phase%201%20%28Denb
ury%29_Multiple_.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091112_MWL08_ConocoPhillips%20ICCS%20Phase%201_Sweeney_TX
_CX.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091112_MWL07_ConocoPhillips%20ICCS%20Phase%201_Old%20Ocea
n_TX_CX.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091124_JRG01_Microbial%20and%20Chemical%20Enhancement%20Sc
heme_NYC.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091112_MWL04_Cemex%20ICCS%20Phase%201%20%28RTI%29_Durh
am_NC_CX.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091112_MWL03_Cemex%20ICCS%20Phase%201_Odessa_TX_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091113_MWL06_C6%20ICCS%20Phase%20I%20capture%20site_No%2
0Contra%20Costa_.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091113_MWL08_C6%20ICCS%20Phase%20I%20Injection%20Site_Solan
o_CA_CX.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091113_MWL02_C6%20ICCS%20Phase%20I%20%28LBNL%29_Berkele
y_CA_CX.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091113_MWL03_C6%20ICCS%20Phase%20I%20%28LLNL%29_Alemed
a_CA_CX.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091113_MWL04_C6%20ICCS%20Phase%20I%20%28Sandia%29_Houst
on_TX_CX.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091113_MWL09_C6%20ICCS%20Phase%20I%20%28Shell%20Offices%
29_Houston_TX_CX.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091113_MWL07_C6%20ICCS%20Phase%20I%20pipeline_Contra%20Co
sta%20and%20Sol.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091113_MWL05_C6%20ICCS%20Phase%20I%20%28Univ%20of%20Tex
as-Austin%29_Austin.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091208_JRG01_Texas%20Energy%20Gasification%20Project%20(Phase
%20I)_B.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091112_MWL01_Praxair%20ICCS%20Phase%201%20%28Denbury%29_
Multiple%20sites.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091112_MWL02_Praxair%20ICCS%20Phase%201_Texas%20City_TX_C
X.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091112_MWL01_Praxair%20ICCS%20Phase%201%20%28Denbury%29_
Multiple%20sites.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091112_MWL02_Praxair%20ICCS%20Phase%201_Texas%20City_TX_C
X.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091112_MWL04_Cemex%20ICCS%20Phase%201%20%28RTI%29_Durh
am_NC_CX.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091112_MWL03_Cemex%20ICCS%20Phase%201_Odessa_TX_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091113_MWL01_C6%20ICCS%20Phase%20I%20%28Aspen%29_San%
20Francisco_CA_CX.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091113_MWL10_ADM%20ICCS%20Phase%201_Decatur_IL_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091202_RPD02_Algal%20BioCrude%20from%20Cement%20Plant%20C
O2_Houston_.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091117_JRG01_Wireless%20Subsea%20Comm_Nahant_MA_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091118_JRG01_Wireless%20Subsea%20Comm_Niskayuna_NY_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091116_JRG02_Wireless%20Subsea%20Comm_Boston_MA_CX.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091217_JPG01_Deepwater%20Riserless%20Intervention%20System_Ho
ust.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091217_JPG02_Fiber%20Containing%20Sweep%20Fluids%20for%20Ultr
a%20Deepw.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG28_Carbon%20Dioxide%20Sealing%20Capacity%20Textural
%20or%20C.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG15_Characterization%20of%20Most%20Promising%20Carbo
n%20Cap.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG16_Characterization%20of%20Most%20Promising%20Carbo
n%20Cap.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG17_Characterization%20of%20Most%20Promising%20Carbo
n%20Cap.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG19_Characterization%20of%20Most%20Promising%20Carbo
n%20Cap.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG23_Characterization%20of%20the%20Triassic%20Newark%
20Basin.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG25_Characterization%20of%20the%20Triassic%20Newark%
20Basin.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG22_Characterization%20of%20the%20Triassic%20Newark%
20Basin.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG24_Characterization%20of%20the%20Triassic%20Newark%
20Basin.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG29_CO2%20Capture%20From%20IGCC%20Gas%20Stream
s%20Using%20the%20A.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG27_Geomechanical%20Simulation%20of%20Fluid-
Driven%20Frac.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG07_Geoscience%20Perspectives%20in%20Carbon%20Seq.
%28water%20.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG08_Geoscience%20Perspectives%20in%20Carbon%20Seq.
%28mine%20s.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG09_Geoscience%20Perspectives%20in%20Carbon%20Sequ
estrati.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG10_High-
performance%20sorbents%20for%20carbon%20dioxide%20.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG11_Risk%20Assessment%20and%20Monitoring%20of%20N
on-Equilib.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG21_%20Implications%20for%20CO2%20sequestration%20Pr
edictio.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG26_Two%20Elk%20Energy%20Park%20Carbon%20Site%20
Characterizat.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG12_Understanding%20the%20Impact%20of%20CO2%20Inje
ction%20on%20.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG13_Understanding%20the%20Impact%20of%20CO2%20Inje
ction%20on%20.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091217_MWL01_Training%20Students_West%20Lafayette_IN_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091201_MWL03_Near-Surface%20Leakage%20MV%26A%20-
%2014C%20%28Paradox%29_Gre.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091118_JRG02_Oxygen%20Carrier%20for%20Chemical%20Looping_Bo
wling%20G.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091119_JRG01_Modeling%20Shallow%20Injection_Multiple%20Locations
.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091120_JRG05_Modular%20Curriculum%20for%20Sequestration%20and
%20EOR%20.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091120_JRG06_Modular%20Curriculum%20for%20Sequestration%20and
%20EOR%20.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091120_JRG07_Actualistic%20and%20Geomechanicl%20Modeling%20%
28aqueou.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091120_JRG08_Actualistic%20and%20Geomechanicl%20Modeling%20%
28rock%20l.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091120_JRG12_Analysis%20of%20Leakage%20Pathways%20and%20Mi
nerization.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091120_JRG09_Gulf%20of%20Mexico%20Mega%20Transect%20%28ED
F%29_Austin_TX_.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091120_JRG10_Gulf%20of%20Mexico%20Mega%20Transect%20%28Sa
ndia%29_Austin_.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091120_JRG11_Gulf%20of%20Mexico%20Mega%20Transect%20%28re
gional%20evalua.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091123_JRG04_SO2%20Resistant%20Amine%20Sorbents_Akron_OH_C
X.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091124_JRG06_Hydro-Chemo-Thermo-
Mechanical%20Phenomena_Atlan.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091124_JRG05_Fiber%20Optic%20Sensor_Bozeman_MT_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091124_JRG07_Geo%20Characterization%20of%20South%20Georgia%2
0Rift%20Ba.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091124_JRG04_Geologic%20Sequestration%20Training%20and%20Res
earch_.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091124_JRG08_Gulf%20of%20Mexico%20Mega%20Transect%20%28Lo
s%20Alamos%29_Aus.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091124_JRG03_Potential%20Risks%20of%20Freshwater%20Aquifer%20
Contami.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091207_JRG04_Development%20of%20Protective%20Coatings%20for%
20Co-Seq.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091207_JRG01_Efficient%20Regeneration%20of%20Physical%20and%2
0Chemic.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/200091207_JPG01_Site%20Characterization%20Along%20Mt.%20Simon%2
0Sandst.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/200091207_JPG02_Site%20Characterization%20Along%20Mt.%20Simon%2
0Sandst.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/200091207_JPG03_Site%20Characterization%20Along%20Mt.%20Simon%2
0Sandst.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/200091207_JPG04_Site%20Characterization%20Along%20Mt.%20Simon%2
0Sandst.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091207_JRG02_Investigation%20on%20Flame%20Characteristics%20an
d%20Bu.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/200091207_JPG05_Molecular%20Simulation%20of%20Dissolved%20Inorga
nic%20.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091207_JRG03_Thermal%20Integration%20of%20CO2%20Compression
%20Proces.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/200091207_JPG06_Training%20Students%20in%20Simulation%20and%20
Risk%20Ass.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091211_JRG30_Modeling%20CO2%20Sequestration%20in%20Saline%2
0Aquifer%20.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091116_JRG01_Cap%20Building%20and%20Instruct%20Support%20for
%20PUC_Was.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091215_MWL01_Decom%20LTI%20Facility_Pittsburgh_PA_CX.pdf


http://www.oe.energy.gov/DocumentsandMedia/033009-ARRA_Program_Direction.pdf


http://www.oe.energy.gov/DocumentsandMedia/070109-SG_Interoperability_Standards_ARRA.PDF


http://www.oe.energy.gov/DocumentsandMedia/070709-SG_Investment_Grants.pdf



http://www.oe.energy.gov/DocumentsandMedia/082609-Workforce_Training.pdf



http://www.oe.energy.gov/DocumentsandMedia/112609-Interconnection_Trans_Plan.pdf




http://www.hanford.gov/rl/uploadfiles/Purgewater_CX-11-23-09.pdf




http://www.hanford.gov/rl/uploadfiles/Limited_Burn_CX_10-26-09.pdf




http://www.hanford.gov/rl/uploadfiles/MASF_CX_11-23-09.pdf



http://www.science.doe.gov/sc-80/esh/cx_docs/ASO-CX-260.pdf




http://www.science.doe.gov/sc-80/esh/CX_Docs/ASO-CX-258.pdf
http://www.science.doe.gov/sc-80/esh/cx_docs/ASO-CX-259.pdf




http://pnso.oro.doe.gov/NEPA/tabid/71/Default.aspx

http://pnso.oro.doe.gov/NEPA/tabid/71/Default.aspx



http://199.44.84.82/files/JW%20CX.pdf




http://www.spr.doe.gov/NEPA/docs/Record_of_CX_Determination_for_WH-MM-
668_WH_Pigging_Water_Disposal_12-03-09.pdf


http://www.spr.doe.gov/NEPA/docs/Record_of_CX_Determination_for_BM-10-145-Coat_Exterior_of_BMT-4.pdf

http://www.spr.doe.gov/NEPA/docs/Record_of_CX_Determination_for_BM-10-165-
Blast_Paint_BM_Heat_Exchangers.pdf

http://www.spr.doe.gov/NEPA/docs/Record_of_CX_Determination_for_MS-09-116-
Structural_Assessment_of_BH_RWIS_BH_BDPP_BM_RWIS.pdf


http://www.spr.doe.gov/NEPA/docs/Smart_Calibrated_Pig_Surveys_Record_of_CX_Determination.pdf




http://www.spr.doe.gov/NEPA/docs/BH-09-080_Record_of_CX_Determination.pdf


http://www.spr.doe.gov/NEPA/docs/BM-09-111_Record_of_CX_Determination.pdf

http://www.spr.doe.gov/NEPA/docs/Record_of_Categorical_Exclusion_Determination_for_WH-09-
119_Replace_Fiberglass_Covers_and_Troughs_on_WH_RWIS_Traveling_Screens.pdf


http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/03-27-09%20ARRA-R-2009-003-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf
http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/04-06-09%20ARRA-B-2009-006-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/05-05-09%20ARRA-E-2009-013-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/05-11-09%20ARRA-E-2009-015-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/05-11-09%20ARRA-A-2009-016-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/05-20-09%20ARRA-N-2009-019-R0%20CX%20%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/05-28-09%20ARRA-H-2009-021-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/06-04-09%20ARRA-K-2009-031-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/06-15-09%20ARRA-M-2009-027-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf
http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/06-15-09%20ARRA-F-2009-022-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf


http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/06-23-09%20ARRA-F-2009-032-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/06-25-09%20ARRA-U-2009-035-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/06-29-09%20ARRA-G-2009-038-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/07-08-09%20ARRA-P-2009-034-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf



http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/07-08-09%20ARRA-A-2009-023-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/07-16-09%20ARRA-G-2009-036-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/07-22-09%20ARRA-G-2009-043-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf


http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/07-28-09%20ARRA-F-2009-018-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf



http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/07-28-09%20ARRA-G-2009-044-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf

http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/08-05-09%20ARRA-N-2009-052-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf


http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/08-05-09%20ARRA-N-2009-049-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf
http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/08-05-09%20ARRA-B-2009-053-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf



http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/08-05-09%20ARRA-B-2009-046-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf



http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/08-05-09%20ARRA-B-2009-050-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/08-05-09%20ARRA-G-2009-051-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/08-05-09%20ARRA-G-2009-036-R1%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/08-11-09%20ARRA-B-2009-048-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf


http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/08-11-09%20ARRA-H-2009-040-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf



http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/08-18-09%20ARRA-A-2009-045-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/08-18-09%20ARRA-A-2009-056-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf

http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/08-18-09%20ARRA-A-2009-057-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf


http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/08-31-09%20ARRA-A-2009-064-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf
http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/09-01-09%20ARRA-E-2009-054-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/09-02-09%20ARRA-N-2009-058-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/09-02-09%20ARRA-H-2009-065-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/09-02-09%20ARRA-N-2009-059-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf

http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/09-09-09%20ARRA-G-2009-069-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf


http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/09-09-09%20ARRA-G-2009-071-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf


http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/09-09-09%20ARRA-H-2009-068-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/09-09-09%20ARRA-M-2009-066-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf


http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/09-9-09%20ARRA-E-2009-055-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf

http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/09-09-09%20ARRA-H-2009-072-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf


http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/09-21-09%20ARRA-G-2009-044-R1%20CX%20Form.pdf

http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/10-20-09%20TC-A-2009-087-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf
http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/10-29-09%20CBU-F-2009-032-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/11-02-09%20ARRA-M-2009-070-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/11-04-09%20TC-W-2006-065-R7%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/11-05-09%20OBU-C-2007-050-R1%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/11-05-09%20ARRA-N-2009-118-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf



http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/11-05-09%20ARRA-K-2009-120-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf



http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/11-05-09%20TC-W-2007-006-R1%20CX%20Form.pdf


http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/11-05-09%20TC-W-2007-067-R3%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/11-16-09%20TC-A-2009-090-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/11-16-09%20TC-A-2009-095-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf
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http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/11-16-09%20OBU-L-2009-040-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf

http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/11-18-09%20ARRA-A-2009-125-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf

http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/11-18-09%20ARRA-A-2009-124-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf


http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/11-18-09%20TC-A-2009-094-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/11-18-09%20TC-A-2008-054-R1%20CX%20Form.pdf



http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/11-19-09%20ARRA-C-2009-122-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf


http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/11-24-09%20TC-A-2009-167-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.swpa.gov/PDFs/CX_BullShoalsDamProject10-16-09.pdf




http://www.swpa.gov/PDFs/CX-Access%20Rd%20Reclear,%203005D,%20str7-9,%2011-09.pdf



http://www.swpa.gov/PDFs/CX-Aerial%20Saw3001,3001C,%2011-09.pdf
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http://www.wapa.gov/rm/environment/docs/Ogallala%20Substation%20KY1A%20Transformer%20Replacement%2
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http://www.wapa.gov/rm/environment/docs/Boysen-
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http://www.wapa.gov/rm/environment/docs/Willoby%20Substation%20Construction%20Project.pdf




http://www.wv.doe.gov/Documents/Categorical_Exclusion.PDF


http://www.y12.doe.gov/library/pdf/about/esh/cx4489.pdf

http://www.y12.doe.gov/library/pdf/about/esh/cx4487.pdf


http://www.y12.doe.gov/library/pdf/about/esh/cx4490.pdf
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http://www.y12.doe.gov/library/pdf/about/esh/cx4488.pdf


http://www.y12.doe.gov/library/pdf/about/esh/cx4486.pdf

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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/NY-County-
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http://www.doeal.gov/sso/docs/SNA09-0400.pdf




http://www.doeal.gov/sso/docs/SNA09-0439.pdf




http://www.doeal.gov/sso/docs/SNA09-0443.pdf




http://www.doeal.gov/sso/docs/SNA09-0450.pdf
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http://www.doeal.gov/sso/docs/SNA10-0011.pdf




http://www.doeal.gov/sso/docs/SNA10-0034.pdf




http://www.doeal.gov/sso/docs/SNA10-0047.pdf


http://www.doeal.gov/sso/docs/SNA10-0048.pdf




http://www.doeal.gov/sso/docs/SNA10-0064.pdf



http://www.doeal.gov/sso/docs/SNA10-0081.pdf




http://www.doeal.gov/sso/docs/SNA10-0084.pdf


http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A1001_Phononic.pdf
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http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A1152_1366Tech.pdf




http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A1455_UnitedTech.pdf




http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A1988_ArizonaState.pdf




http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A2034_GeneralMotors.pdf




http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A2284_ITNEnergy.pdf




http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A2936_Porifera.pdf
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http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A3503_Envia.pdf




http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A4583_Delphi.pdf




http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A4592_Lehigh.pdf
http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A4746_NanOasis.pdf




http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A5144_ArizonaState.pdf




http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A5311_UC%20Riverside.pdf
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http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/SCADACX.pdf




http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/CLPUDRevenueMeteringCX.pdf




http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/TillamookCX.pdf




http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/HamptonWindTapCX.pdf
http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/Riverbend_BAASA.pdf




http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/NaselleTapModificationLoop-to-DriscollSub.pdf




http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/Wireless-Nike.pdf




http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/Gardiner-ReedsportCXwithChecklist.pdf




http://www.science.doe.gov/sc-80/esh/cx_docs/Cal_State_Univ_Reaching_for_the_Stars.pdf




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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/GENCO_Fuel_Cell-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/WA-Seafreeze.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/WA-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/Sprint-PEM_Fuel_Cell.pdf
http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/RI-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/ReliOn-PEM_Fuel_Cell.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/OK-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/OK-MTTA.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/OK-GridSMART.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/OK-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/OK-Board_of_Regents.pdf
http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/KY-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/Dehlsen_Assoc-
Hydrokinetic_Project.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/University_of_North_Florid
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/UF-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/San_Francisco_Dept_Envir
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/San_Diego-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/Penn_State_University_DO
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/Jadoo_Power_Systems_In
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/City_of_San_Jose-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/City_of_New_Orleans-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/City_of_Madison-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CA_CC_BOG-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/FL_Univ_CF_SE_S_Provid
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/NV_UNR_Characterizing_
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/UT_SLCC-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/UT_Univ_Wide_Area_Win
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/AZ_Tucson_Solarinitiative_
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CO_Hydro_Research_Fndt
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/AR_N_Little_Rock_NLR_H
ydroelectric_Dept_01-01-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CO_School_of_Mines-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CT_OPM-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CO_School_of_Mines-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/OH_Univ-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/ID_Water_Rsrc_K12_Enge
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/NM_Arthur_Mansure-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/OK_Altuc_AFB-
Meteorological_Tower_01-27-10.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/WI_Enrg_Cntr_WI-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/OR_DOE_Deployment_of_
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/WI_Office_Engry_Indep_C
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/WI_Office_Engry_Indep_H
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/WI_Office_Engry_Indep_N
ature_Tech-RCIB_01-28-10.pdf
http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/WI_Office_Energy_Indep_
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/WI_Office_Energy_Indep_
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/OH-County-Stark_11-25-
09.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/SD_NREL_Gilt_Edge_Min
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CA_Santa_Rosa_Clean_E
nergy_Advct_Prjct_02-10-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/PA_state_Univ_Nthrn_Mid-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/NC_Solar_Cntr-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/NM_Pueblo_of_Jemez_Inn
ovative_Exploration_Tech_02-09-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/OK_Impack_Tech_Microho
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/AL_Dept_Economic_and_
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CA_SAIC_Dev_Adv_Stimul
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/Commonwealth_of_PR_Re
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/HI_Maui_Blind_Geotherma
l_System_02-09-2010.pdf
http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/ID_Office_of_Energy_Reso
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/IL_Dept_Commerce_and_
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/IL_Dept_Commerce_and_
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/MA_Commonwealth_Progr
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/MD_Engery_Admin-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/MS_Dev_Authority_Energy
_Div_ARRA_EECBG_02-9-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/NC_State_Energy_Office_
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/ND_Dept_Commerce_EEC
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/NJ_Board_of_PublicUtilitie
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/OR_NV_Geothermal_Pow
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/PA_Dept_Envr_Prot_Cons
ervation_Works_02-05-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/WV_Div_Engery-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/WY_Business_Council_EE
CBG_02-05-2010.pdf




http://www.id.doe.gov/nepa/DOE-ID-ICP-10-001.pdf
http://www.id.doe.gov/nepa/DOE-ID-INL-10-001.pdf




http://www.id.doe.gov/nepa/DOE-ID-INL-10-002.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091214_RPD04_SEP_PA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091214_RPD04_SEP_PA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091214_RPD03_SEP_PA_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091214_RPD02_SEP_PA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091214_RPD01_SEP_PA_CX.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091214_RPD06_SEP_PA_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091230_RPD05_SEP_PA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091230_RPD04_SEP_PA_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091230_RPD03_SEP_PA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091230_RPD02_SEP_PA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20091230_RPD01_SEP_PA_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100105_RPD03_SEP_PA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100105_RPD02_SEP_PA_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100105_RPD01_SEP_PA_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100105_RPD01_SEP_CT_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100106_JRG02_%20WI%20Clean%20Transportation%20Purchase_Madi
son_WI.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100106_JRG01_%20WI%20Clean%20Transportation%20Program_Madis
on_WI.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091217_JRG01_Leveraging%20District%20Energy_Westborough_MA.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100107_RPD02_SEP_MS_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100107_RPD01_SEP_MD_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091212_RPD01_Electric%20Drive%20Semiconductor%20Manufacturing%
20Ce.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100118_RPD03_SEP_FL_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100118_RPD02_SEP_FL_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100118_RPD01_SEP_FL_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091222_JRG01_Utah%20Outreach_Murray_UT_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100124_RPD01_SEP_NH_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100122_CDW01_SEP_VA_CX.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091214_MWL02_Biodiesel%20In-
line%20Blending%20Proj%20%28Innovation%29_.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091214_MWL01_Biodiesel%20Infrastructure%20Project%20%28Coulee%
29_Bla.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091211_MWL01_Biodiesel%20Infrastructure%20Project%20%28PrairieFir
e.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091204_JRG01_Expansion%20of%20DC%20Buss_SC_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100105_JRG01_Weatherization%20Training_Washington%20DC_CX.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091229_JRG01_Mid-Atlantic%20Regional_MULTI_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100131_RPD04_SEP_PA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100131_RPD03_SEP_PA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100131_RPD01_SEP_PA_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100125_JRG01_HBLED_Multiple%20Sites_MULTI_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100202_JRG01_SEP_NY_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100202_CDW01_SEP_AK_CX.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091201_MWL02_Near-
Surface%20Leakage%20MV%26A%20Using%20a%20Field%20Ready.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091201_MWL01_Near-
Surface%20Leakage%20MV%26A%20Using%20a%20Field%20Ready.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091201_JPG04_Novel%20Integrated%20Oxy-
Comb%20Purification%20%28WRI%29.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091201_JPG03_Novel%20Integrated%20Oxy-
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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091201_JPG01_Novel%20Integrated%20Oxy-
Comb%20Purification%20%28Etaa%29.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091215_JPG02_Novel%20Integrated%20Oxy-
Comb%20Purification%20%28FW%29.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091215_JPG05_Novel%20Integrated%20Oxy-
Comb%20Purification%20%28FW%29.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091218_RPD01_SkyMine%20Beneficial%20CO2%20Use%20Project_San
%20Antoni.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091207_JPG01_B4%20Decom_Albany_OR_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100121_JRG01_Global%20Assessment_Arendal_Norway_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100106_JPG02_Det%20and%20Prod%20Meth%20Hydrates_Austin_TX_
CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100106_JPG01_Det%20and%20Prod%20Meth%20Hydrates_Stillwater_O
K_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091207_MWL03_Cat%20Tran%20CO2_Newton%20Square_PA_CX.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091207_MWL02_Cat%20Tran%20CO2_Cincinnati_OH_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091207_MWL01_Cat%20Tran%20CO2_Ithaca_NY_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091120_JRG02_Site%20Char%20Wyoming_Sweetwater%20County_WY
_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091120_JRG01_Site%20Char%20Wyoming_Laramie_WY_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091109_JRG05_Site%20Char%20Black%20Warrior%20%28Rice%29_Ho
uston_TX_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091109_JRG04_Site%20Char%20Black%20Warrior%20%28Geo%29_Tu
scaloosa_AL_C.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091109_JRG02_Site%20Char%20Black%20Warrior%20%28seismic%29_
Walker%20Coun.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091109_JRG01_Site%20Char%20Black%20Warrior%20%28campus%29
_Tuscaloosa_A.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091203_RPD02_Re-
utilization%20of%20CO2%20Using%20Phase%20Change_Tria.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091203_RPD01_CO2%20Capture%20in%20Integrated%20Algal%20Biore
finery_C.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100120_JRG03_Macroalgae%20for%20CO2_La%20Jolla_CA_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100120_JRG02_Macroalgae%20for%20CO2_Stamford_CT_CX.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100120_JRG01_Macroalgae%20for%20CO2_Des%20Plaines_IL_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100104_JRG02_Ultra-Deepwater_Austin_TX_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091202_RPD04_Char%20of%20Pilocene_San%20Pedro_CA_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091202_RPD03_Char%20of%20Pilocene_Long%20Beach%20Harbor_CA
_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091202_RPD02_Char%20of%20Pilocene_Long%20Beach_CA_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091202_RPD01_Char%20of%20Pilocene_Arcadia_CA_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2009/20100104_JRG01_American%20Samoa%20Energy_Pago%20Pago_Americ
an.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100107_JRG01_Pecan%20Street%20Project_Austin_TX_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100112_JRG01_PMU%20Substation%20%28Ladysmith%29_Caroline%2
0County_VA.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100112_JRG02_PMU%20Substation%20%28North%20Anna%29_Mineral
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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100115_JRG02_CO2%20to%20Fuels%20and%20NRG_Des%20Plaines_I
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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100201_JRG04_Iso%20Comp%20Air_West%20Lebanon_NH_CX.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100201_JRG05_Flywheel%20Energy_Freemont_CA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100126_PNF01_Battery%20Containers%20for%20Li_Waterbury_CT_CX.
pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100129_JRG01_EIPC_Morristown_PA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100122_JRG01_SECA%20CoaBased_Pittsburgh_PA_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100201_JRG08_Dynamic%20Line_Multiple_TX_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100115_JRG01_CO2%20to%20Fuels%20and%20NRG_Hopewell_VA_CX
.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100126_JRG01_NYSERDA%20purchase_Multiple%20Sites_NY_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100115_JRG02_Risk%20Assessment%20Frame_Austin_TX_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100108_JRG01_Var%20Cont%20Merc%20Mon_Grand%20Forks_ND_CX
.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100126_JRG02_NYSERDA%20conversion_Multiple%20Sites_NY_CX.pdf



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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100119_JRG01_SEP_NY_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100127_JRG01_SEP_NH_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100126_JRG04_SEP_NH_CX.pdf
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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091109_JRG03_Site%20Char%20Black%20Warrior%20%28drill%29_Wal
ker%20County.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100203_JRG01_Am%20EE%20House_Multiple_MULTI_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100208_JRG02_Lamb%20Reflector%20Comp_Newark_DE_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100205_JPG01_SEP_MS_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091201_JRG01_Decom%20HGI%20B83_Pittsburgh_PA_CX.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100208_JRG03_Smith%20Electric%20Vehicles_Kansas%20City_MO_CX.
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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100205_JRG01_NJCompGas%20existing_Camden_NJ_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100210_JRG01_Low%20Cost%20Lithography_San%20Jose_CA_CX.pdf


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http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/12-11-09%20ARRA-G-2009-128-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf


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http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/12-08-09%20TC-W-2008-022-R1%20CX%20Form.pdf




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http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/10-20-09%20ARRA-E-2009-015-R1%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/10-09-09%20ARRA-R-2009-079-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf


http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/9-29-09%20ARRA-A-2009-076-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/9-29-09%20ARRA-A-2009-075-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf


http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/8-31-09%20ARRA-P-2009-034-R1%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.swpa.gov/PDFs/CX-FireAntTreatment02-2010.pdf

http://www.swpa.gov/PDFs/CX-BenningtonTower%28Pamplin%20Property%2902-2010.pdf




http://www.wapa.gov/rm/Environment/docs/FGE-VNL%20No%203%20Veg%20Mgnt%20CX%201-22-2010.pdf
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http://www.y12.doe.gov/library/pdf/about/esh/cx4495.pdf




http://www.y12.doe.gov/library/pdf/about/esh/cx4494.pdf




http://www.y12.doe.gov/library/pdf/about/esh/cx4493.pdf




http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A1046_Agrivida.pdf



http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A1089_MIT.pdf


http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A1318_FastCAP.pdf




http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A1381_SunCatalytix.pdf
http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A1543_IowaState.pdf




http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A1786_Univenture.pdf



http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A2340_InorganicSpecialist.pdf




http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A2445_Momentive.pdf




http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A2685_EaglePicher.pdf




http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A2942_PaxStreamline.pdf




http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A3191_Stanford.pdf




http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A4083_UMinn.pdf
http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A4274_Nalco.pdf




http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A4315_MichiganState.pdf




http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A4800_universityofdelaware.pdf




http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A4975_Ceres.pdf




http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A5081_UCIC.pdf




http://arpa-e.energy.gov/portals/0/Documents/NEPADocuments/25A5208_ForoEnergy.pdf
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http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/wap_refrigerator_replacement.pdf


http://www.id.doe.gov/nepa/DOE-ID-INL-10-003R.pdf




http://www51.honeywell.com/aero/kcp/common/documents/Project_1614_Record_of_CX_Det.pdf




http://www51.honeywell.com/aero/kcp/common/documents/Project_1615_Record_of_CX_Det.pdf




http://www51.honeywell.com/aero/kcp/common/documents/Project_1616_Record_of_CX_Det.pdf



http://www.doeal.gov/laso/Documents/ConstructionGradeControlStructures.pdf




http://www.spr.doe.gov/NEPA/docs/WH_Air_Conditioning_and_Heating_Repairs_2010-
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http://www.spr.doe.gov/NEPA/docs/WH-10-004-WH_Annual_PSV_Testing_Record_of_CX_Determination.pdf
http://www.spr.doe.gov/NEPA/docs/SPR_Grass_Cutters_and_Grounds_Maintenance_Personnel_Record_of_CX_
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http://www.spr.doe.gov/NEPA/docs/BM-10-027_Record_of_CX_Determination.pdf




http://www.spr.doe.gov/NEPA/docs/SPR_Computer_Services_2011-2014_Record_of_CX_Determination.pdf




http://www.wapa.gov/sn/environment/Docs/Eastshore_Trail_Construction_CX_Posted.pdf




http://www.doeal.gov/sso/docs/SNA09-0460.pdf




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http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/02-23-10%20TC-A-2005-132-R4%20CX%20Form.pdf




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http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/02-16-10%20TC-A-2010-008-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf
http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/02-12-10%20ARRA-K-2010-002-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/02-12-10%20TC-A-2005-001-R1%20CX%20Form.pdf




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http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/02-12-10%20TC-A-2006-063-R2%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/02-12-10%20TC-A-2009-015-R1%20CX%20Form.pdf


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http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/02-12-10%20TC-W-2001-081-R1%20CX%20Form.pdf
http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/02-12-10%20TC-W-2010-006-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/02-02-10%20ARRA-F-2010-012-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf


http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/01-27-10%20OBU-C-2010-003-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf


http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/01-27-10%20TC-A-2010-001-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/01-20-10%20ARRA-F-2009-117-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CA-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CAElectricPowerResearch
%20Inst-FishFriendly_03-01-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CARevisionCons_Assessm
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CO-
Navy_WindResourceStudyUSNavyBase_03-01-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/GA-
GATech_AssesmentEnergyProductionPotential_03-01-2010.pdf


http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/IL-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/NY-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/OHEdisonWeldingInstAdvE
nergyManufacturing_03-01-2010.pdf




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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100211_JRG01_B94%20Comp%20Rm%20103%20Renov_Pittsburgh_PA
_CX.pdf

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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CASeaMicroInc_Recovery
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/MNStateUniv_MNCenterR
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LucentUSA_AdvRefrig-basecoolingTech_03-02-2010.pdf




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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/NY-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/NYColumbiaUniv-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/SDStateUniv_SustainableB
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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100113_JRG04_Autogas%20Network_Lithia%20Springs_GA_CX.pdf


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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100113_JRG12_Autogas%20Network%20%28Hollow%29_Houston_TX_
CX.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100113_JRG13_Autogas%20Network%20%28Kress%29_Houston_TX_C
X.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100113_JRG14_Autogas%20Network%20%28Highway%206%29_Housto
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X_CX.pdf

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df



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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100224_MWL01_Verso%20Paper%20Corp_Sartell_MN_CX.pdf



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CAEnergyCom_CAsEECNG-NEPA03-04-2010.pdf




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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CONREL_DenverWestPar
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/COSchoolMines_Geother
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CO-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CO-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CO-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CT-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/DC-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/DE-EnergyOffice_DEState-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/FL-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/GA-CityAtlanta_ARRA-
EECBG-03-04-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/GA-CityAtlanta_RLF-ARRA-
EECBG-03-04-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/IA-
OfficeEnergyIndep_ARRA-EECBG-03-04-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/ID-
BoiseStateUniv_NationalGeothermalData03-11-2010.pdf
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SEP-ARRA-Award03-04-2010.pdf




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StateOfficeEnergy_EERE-StateBuildingSchool03-04-2010.pdf




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FratureNetworkFluidFlowimagingEGS03-11-2010.pdf




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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/WI-
OfficeEnergyIndep_StateWIARRA-EECBG03-04-2010.pdf




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http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/02-23-10%20ARRA-G-2010-011-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/03-04-10%20OBU-N-2010-021-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/03-02-10%20TC-A-2010-010-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/02-23-10%20OBU-K-2010-011-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/03-04-10%20TC-A-2010-016-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf
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http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/03-04-10%20OBU-L-2010-018-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf

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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100303_JRG01_Advanced%20Epi%20Tools_Santa%20Clara_CA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091201_PNF16_Vehicle%20Elect-
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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091201_PNF15_Vehicle%20Elect-Electrovaya_Multiple_MULTI_CX.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091201_PNF16_Vehicle%20Elect-
Remaining%20Subs_Multiple_MULTI_C.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100222_JRG02_Biofuels%20Retail%20Availability_Baldwin_WI_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100201_JRG07_Refuel%20Alt%20Fuels_Tulsa_OK_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100302_JRG02_Advanced%20Manufacturing%20LEDs_Valley%20View_
OH_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100219_JRG05_Ford%20Thermoelectric_Northville_MI_CX.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100219_JRG04_Ford%20Thermoelectric_Azusa_CA_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100212_JRG04_Process%20Sim%20Tools_Plainview_NY_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100212_JRG01_Process%20Sim%20Tools_Somerset_NJ_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100216_JRG03_Kentucky%20Hybrid%20Bus_Frankfort_KY_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100113_JRG16_LNG%20Dispenser_Ontario_CA_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100226_JRG05_NJ%20Comp%20Gas%20Infrastructure_Newark_NJ_CX.
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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100305_CDW01_SEP_VA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100226_JRG01_Solution%20Processable%20OLEDS_Niskayuna_NY_CX
.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100226_JRG02_Solution%20Processable%20OLEDS_Wilmington_DE_C
X.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100309_JPG01_SEP_GA_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100309_JPG03_SEP_GA_CX.pdf
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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091211_JRG43_Advanced%20Sensors%20Lab_Pittsburgh_PA_CX.pdf


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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100217_JRG03_Cambro-Ordovician%20Strata_Champaign_IL_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100217_JRG05_Cambro-Ordovician%20Strata_Decatur_IL_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100217_JRG06_Cambro-Ordovician%20Strata_Kalamazoo_MI_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100217_JRG04_Cambro-Ordovician%20Strata_Patesville_KY_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100217_JRG01_Cambro-Ordovician%20Strata_Provo_UT_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100308_CDW01_Adv%20Geologic%20Sequestration_Multiple_MULTI_C
X.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100311_JRG01_Advanced%20Membrane_Multiple_MULTI_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100218_JRG03_Computational%20Capabilities_Multiple_MULTI_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100222_JRG01_Composition%20Analysis%20Facility_Pittsburgh_PA_C.p
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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100204_JRG02_High%20Temp%20Lab_Albany_OR_CX.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100310_JRG01_Pre%20Combustion%20CO2_Tempe_AZ_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100223_JRG01_Well%20Bore%20Leakage_Carbon%20County_WY_CX.
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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091210_JRG40_Dynamic%20State%20Estimators_Atlanta_GA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091210_JRG38_Dynamic%20State%20Estimators_Blenheim_NY_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091210_JRG39_Dynamic%20State%20Estim%20StThomas_StThomas_V
I_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091210_JRG41_Dynamic%20State%20Estim%20Long%20Bay_StThoma
s_VI_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091210_JRG42_Dynamic%20State%20Estim%20Harley_StThomas_VI_C
X.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091210_JRG43_Dynamic%20State%20Estim%20StJohn_StThomas_VI_
Cx.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091210_JRG44_Dynamic%20State%20Estim%20Tutu_StThomas_VI_CX.
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http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/CX-FY10_Kalispell_District_Wood_Pole_Replacement.pdf
http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/CX-Lancaster-Noxon.pdf




http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/CX-Monroe-Custer.pdf




http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/CX-Santiam_Substation_Renovation.pdf




http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/CX_Snoking_Tap_12_1_PPA_956.pdf
http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/CX-Rock_Creek-John_Day_No1_Spacers.pdf




http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/HopkinsRidgeBAASACX.pdf




http://www.efw.bpa.gov/environmental_services/pdf/CX-Wautoma-Rock_Creek.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CA-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/ID-
BlaineCountySchoolDist61_ARRA-BSDGeothermaPrjct03-25-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/ME-
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http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/MI-DOE-LEG_MIEECBG-
RenewableProjects03-25-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/MN-
UnivMN_IntegratedExperimental-NumericalStudy03-25-2010.pdf
http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/MO-
CuratorUnivMO_LargeScaleGSHP03-25-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/MT-
FlatheadElectricCo_FacilityHVACSystemConversion03-25-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/MT-MontanaTech_ARRA-
GeothermalTechPrgm03-25-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/ND-UnivND_ARRA-
ElectricPowerGeneraitonCo-Procuded03-25-2010.pdf
http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/ND-UnivND_ARRA-
ElectricPowerGeneraitonLow03-25-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/NY-
GEGlobalResearch_HighPotentialWorkingFluids03-25-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/NY-
UnivAlbany_GeothermalHeatPumpSystem03-25-2010.pdf
http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/PA-
1001S15thStAssLLC_ARRA-1010AveOfTheArts03-25-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/TN-
EESI_TennesseeEnergyEfficientSchools03-25-2010.pdf
http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/TN-MetroDev-
Housing_Agency_GeothermalTechPrgmGrnd03-25-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/TN-
OakRidgeCityCenterLLC_ORCCTechDemonstration3-25-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/WA-
TacomaPower_CushmanNrthForkSkokomishPH03-25-2010.pdf
http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/WI-SkychaserEnergyInc-
ARRA_LakeElizabethMicro-Utility03-25-2010.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100201_FEP02_Wind%20Firming_Alameda_CA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100201_FEP03_Wind%20Firming_San%20Ramon_CA_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100218_FEP02_Tehachapi%20Wind%20Energy_Kern%20County_CA_C
X.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100218_FEP01_Energy%20Storage%20Demo_Lyon%20Station_PA_CX.p
df


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100323_MWL01_Scale%20Up_Research%20Triange%20Park_NC_CX.p
df



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100121_JPG02_CO2%20Reuse%20Petrochemical_Houston_TX_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100121_JPG01_CO2%20Reuse%20Petrochemical_Durham_NC_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100310_JRG03_Fueling%20Infra.%20%28Sum%29_Multiple_MULTI_CX.
pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100311_JRG39_Utah%20Fuels%20Project%20%28Sum%29_Multiple_UT
_CX.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100324_CDW01_SEP_AL_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100324_CDW02_SEP_AL_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100324_CDW03_SEP_AL_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100324_RPD01_SEP_PA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100319_JRG03_Oxynitride%20Phosphor_Princeton_NJ_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100323_CDW01_SEP_VT_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100310_CDW01_SEP_PA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100310_CDW02_SEP_PA_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100309_CDW01_SEP_PA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100304_CDW01_SEP_PA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100303_CDW01_SEP_PA_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100303_CDW02_SEP_PA_CX.pdf
http://www-group.slac.stanford.edu/esh/groups/ep/epg/SS-SC-10-01_ESTB_signatureonfile.pdf




http://www.spr.doe.gov/NEPA/docs/Record_of_Categorical_Exclusion_Determination_for_BH-09-
130_Replacement_of_Deep_Anode_Ground_Bed_Site_for_BH_Cavern_114.pdf


http://www.wapa.gov/sn/environment/Docs/Laurel_and_Rose.pdf




http://www.id.doe.gov/nepa/DOE-ID-INL-10-004.pdf



http://www.id.doe.gov/nepa/DOE-ID-INL-10-005.pdf




http://www.id.doe.gov/nepa/DOE-ID-INL-10-006.pdf
http://www.id.doe.gov/nepa/DOE-ID-INL-10-007.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/StateofGuam-03-16-2010-
NEPAclause_03-17-2010.pdf

http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/IL-
INEOS_NewPlantBioEnergy-IndianRiverCounty03-17-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/NV-
SierraGeothermalPowerInc_SilverPeakInnovative03-16-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/NY-
GEGlobalResearch_MultipatameterFiberOptic03-16-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CO-
EscoAst_VegetationTestPlotsNWTC-SunEdison03-19-2010.pdf




http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/CO-
NWCommunityCollege_RA-CNCC_CraigCampusGP03-19-2010.pdf
http://www.eere.energy.gov/golden/PDFs/ReadingRoom/NEPA/Categorical_Exclusions/SC-
SpartanburgCounty_WellfordLandfillMethane03-19-2010.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/al-
peoria_ee_retrofits_hvac_upgrade_building_controls_lighting_outreach_education_ee_remodeling.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/az_cochise_ee_retrofits.pdf


http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/az-gilbert_street_light_retrofits_ee_hvac_upgrades.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/az-yavapai_hybrid_vehicles_county_fleet.pdf

http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ar-pinebluff_ee_retrofits_traffic_signal_lighting_upgrades.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ca-
chulavista_biodiesel_tank_installation_solar_installations_home_upgrades.pdf



http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ca-fountainvalley_ee_retrofits.pdf



http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ca-hayward_ee_conservation_programs.pdf
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http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ca-
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http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ca-sanrafael_ee_retrofits.pdf



http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ca-victorville_build_and_operate_substation_at_airport.pdf


http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/co-
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http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/cn-bridgeport_ee_conservation_loan_program_ee_upgrades.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/fl-lakeland_sustainability_office.pdf
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http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/il-berwyn_energy_efficiency_conservation_strategy.pdf


http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/in-clark_ee_retrofits.pdf



http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ia-
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http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ia-scott_ee_strategy_building_audits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ky-campbell_partnership_ee_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/la-livingston_consultant.pdf
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http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/me-cumberland_ee_conservation_strategy.pdf

http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/me-kennebec_ee_conservation_strategy.pdf

http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/md-charles_ee_conservation_strategy_ee_retrofits_building_codes.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ma-barnstable_ee_upgrades_local_energy_office_ee_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ma-haverhill_program_support_coordinator_lighting_upgrades.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/mn-
burnsville_greenhouse_inventory_energy_audits_grants_ee_upgrades_led_lighting_dehumidification.pdf
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/mo-clay_ee_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/mo-
florissant_install_photovoltaic_roof_insulation_system_on_ice_rink.pdf

http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/mt-
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http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nh-belknap_energy_efficiency_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nh-hillsborough_ee_conservation_strategy_ee_retrofits.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nh-
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http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nh-strafford_ee_retrofits_upgrades.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nj-
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http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nj-
elizabeth_technical_consultant_revolving_loan_program_subgrants_upgrades.pdf


http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/nm-sanjuan_energy_water_audits_county-owned_facilities.pdf


http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ny-suffolk_experts_lighting_retrofits_solar_lights.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/ok-rogers_optimization_government_buildings_ee_training.pdf



http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/pr-vegabaja_ee_conservation_upgrades_solar_photovoitaic_system.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/tx-newbraunfels_weatherization_hvac_upgrade_traffic_signals.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/vt-washington_ee_conservation_strategy_audits.pdf


http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/va-
roanoke_greenhouse_gas_reduction_plan_energy_audits_retrofits.pdf


http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/wa-
tacoma_consultant_equipment_upgrades_building_retrofits_programs_traffic_signal_retrofits.pdf
http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/wa-vancouver_ee_retrofits_upgrades_electrical_vehicles.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/wi-
milwaukee_lighting_upgrade_solar_hot_water_heater_recycling_containers.pdf



http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/wy-casper_ee_retrofits_upgrades.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/wy-cheyenne_training_energy_audit_ee_lighting_upgrades.pdf




http://www1.eere.energy.gov/ba/pdfs/nepa/wy-
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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100319_JRG01_Energy%20Code%20Compliance_Washington_DC_CX.p
df

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100319_JRG02_Truck%20Replacement%20Program_Multiple_CA_CX.pd
f




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100315_JRG02_CASE%20Facility%20Upgrades_Morgantown_WV_CX.p
df


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100315_JRG03_Utility%20Meter%20Install_Morgantown_WV_CX.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100316_JRG01_Propane%20Refueling_Multiple_CA_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100318_JRG01_ICR%20Sampling_Grand%20Forks_ND_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100318_JRG02_Bldg%20922%20Soundproof_South%20Park_PA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100319_JRG04_LNG%20Extension_Multiple_MULTI_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100311_JRG02_Temecula%20Valley-Station_Temecula_CA_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100311_JRG03_Temecula%20Valley-Admin_Temecula_CA_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100315_JRG05_Media%20Room%20Const_Morgantown_WV_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100315_JRG01_Water%20Pump%20Upgrades_Morgantown_WV_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100315_JRG04_Metering%20Software_Morgantown_WV_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100304_JPG01_Manufacturing%20of%20LiPF6_Multiple_MULTI_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100308_JRG02_Sub%20OLED%20Lighting_Harmar_PA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100308_JRG03_Sub%20OLED%20Lighting_Allison%20Park_PA_CX.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100308_JRG04_Sub%20OLED%20Lighting_Monroeville_PA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100308_JRG05_Sub%20OLED%20Lighting_Ewing_NJ_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100318_CDW01_SEP_SC_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100318_CDW02_SEP_GA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100318_CDW03_SEP_NJ_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100315_JRG06_Synchrophasor%20System_Knoxville_TN_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100113_JRG17_Propane%20Trucks_San%20Antonio_TX_CX.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100225_JRG01_Texas%20Alt%20Fuel_Denton_TX_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091209_JRG01_Synchrophasor%20System_Palo%20Alto_CA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091209_JRG02_Synchrophasor%20System_Chattanooga_TN_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100317_CDW04_SEP_NJ_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100317_CDW05_SEP_NJ_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100317_CDW01_SEP_AL_CX.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100317_CDW02_SEP_NJ_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100317_CDW03_SEP_NJ_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100308_JRG07_Texas%20Alt%20Fuel%202%20sites_Dallas_TX_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100309_JRG01_Midwest%20Biodiesel_Springfield_MO_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100312_JRG01_Organic%20LEDs_Rochester_NY_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100226_JRG02_ATECII%20Laboratories_Morgantown_WV_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100308_JRG01_Fischer%20Tropsch%20Lab_Pittsburgh_PA_CX.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100128_JRG02_LI%20Energy%20%28conv%29_Multiple_MULTI_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100128_JRG03_LI%20Energy%20%28new%29_Multiple_MULTI_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100316_RPD01_SEP_PA_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100316_CDW01_SEP_VA_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100216_FEP01_Boeing%20Smart%20Grid_Huntington%20Beach_CA_CX
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http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100216_FEP02_Boeing%20Smart%20Grid_St.%20Louis_MO_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100216_FEP03_Boeing%20Smart%20Grid_Sunnyvale_CA_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100304_FEP01_Notrees%20Wind%20Storage_Multiple_TX_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100308_JRG06_Texas%20Alt%20Fuel_Dallas_TX_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100301_JRG07_Chemistry%20Lab%20%2804%29_South%20Park_PA_C
X.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100301_JRG08_Chemistry%20Lab%20%2803%29_South%20Park_PA_C
X.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100305_JRG01_CO2%20Utilization_Multiple_MULTI_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100301_JRG06_Chemistry%20Lab%20%2802%29_South%20Park_PA_C
X.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100315_CDW04_SEP_GA_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100315_CDW06_SEP_PA_CX.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100315_CDW05_SEP_VA_CX.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100315_CDW01_SEP_AR_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100315_CDW02_SEP_GA_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100315_CDW03_SEP_GA_CX.pdf

http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100312_CDW03_C02%20Reduction_Marinez_CA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100312_CDW01_C02%20Reduction_Forestville_CA_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100312_CDW02_C02%20Reduction_Multiple_CA_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091027_JRG01_Space%20Geodesy%20%28geochemical%29_Miami_FL
_CX.pdf


http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091027_JRG02_Space%20Geodesy%20%28POC%29_Price_UT_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20091027_JRG03_Space%20Geodesy%20%28POC%29_Kimberlina_CA_C
X.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100216_MWL01_Energy%20Efficiency_Middleton_WI_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100216_MWL02_Energy%20Efficiency_Rhinelander_WI_CX.pdf
http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100216_MWL03_Energy%20Efficiency_Mosinee_WI_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100216_MWL04_Energy%20Efficiency_Kaukauna_WI_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100216_MWL05_Energy%20Efficiency_Multiple_WI_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100216_MWL06_Energy%20Efficiency_Wisconsin%20Rapids_WI_CX.pdf



http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100216_MWL07_Energy%20Efficiency_Kohler_WI_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100216_MWL08_Energy%20Efficiency_Rothschild_WI_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100216_MWL09_Energy%20Efficiency_Courtland%20Twp_WI_CX.pdf




http://www.netl.doe.gov/nepacx/2010/20100216_MWL10_Energy%20Efficiency_Wauwatosa_WI_CX.pdf




http://www.spr.doe.gov/NEPA/docs/Record_of_Categorical_Exclusion_Determination_for_SPR_Coiled_Tubing_Se
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http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/03-18-10%20OBU-F-2010-026-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf

http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/03-18-10%20OBU-L-2010-024-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf
http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/03-16-10%20ARRA-K-2010-022-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/03-16-10%20OBU-A-2010-020-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf

http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/03-16-10%20OBU-B-2010-017-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf


http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/03-16-10%20OBU-G-2010-019-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf

http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/03-16-10%20TC-A-2010-014-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf


http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/03-10-10%20TC-A-2010-011-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.srs.gov/general/pubs/envbul/cx_docs/03-10-10%20TC-A-2010-012-R0%20CX%20Form.pdf




http://www.nv.doe.gov/emprograms/pdfs/NV-2010-022_TimberMountainWeatherStation.pdf

http://www.nv.doe.gov/emprograms/pdfs/NV-2010-019NTS_SiteOpsNorth.pdf




http://www.nv.doe.gov/emprograms/pdfs/NV-2010-019_NTS_SiteOpsSouth.pdf




http://www.nv.doe.gov/emprograms/pdfs/Area12CampCafeteriaRenovation.pdf
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