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Director, Loan Programs Office , U.S. Department of Energy

Jigar Shah was most recently co-founder and President at Generate Capital, where he focused on helping entrepreneurs accelerate decarbonization solutions through the use of low-cost...

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LPO's latest monthly report on its application activity is out and interest in financing through U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) loan and loan guarantee programs remains high, with 98 active applications for a cumulative of $98.7 billion in requested financing through the end of November 2022.

The Advanced Vehicles & Components, Advanced Nuclear, and Biofuels tech sectors continue to lead the way, representing almost 50% of the total project financing requested by active applications.

Read more about the 13 LPO tech sectors used in the Monthly Application Activity Report (MAAR) and examples of what types of technology areas of interest are included within each at:



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