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Recording | SETO SBIR/STTR Informational Webinar

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This CEBN webinar provided updates on the newly announced Department of Energy (DOE) Small Business Innovation and Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) program topics for FY2021. The speakers below discussed the topics and the application process.

Watch the webinar recording below. Access the slide presentation here.

Featured Speakers

  • Lynn Abramson – President, CEBN and Power Connector
  • Peter Lobaccaro – Program Analyst, DOE’s Solar Energy Technologies Office
  • Nancy Min – Founder, ecoLong, and former SBIR recipient
  • Ben Lepley – Founder, Tectonicus Constructs, and former SBIR recipient
  • Frank Yang – Partner, ADL Ventures, and AMC Power Connector

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