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Subject:

Biodiesel grant listing

From:

Kathleen Pagan <[log in to unmask]>

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Kathleen Pagan <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Mon, 28 Jul 2008 17:08:57 -0400

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Grant Title: Biodiesel Fuel Education Program (BFEP) - FY 2008 Grant #:
US7634

Summary

Type: Federal

Agency: U.S. Department of Energy

Office: Cooperative State Research, Education,

and Extension Service (CSREES)

Office of Energy Policy and New Uses (OFEPNU)

CFDA: 10.306

Multipart Grant: No

App Due: 08/08/2008

Solicitation Date: 07/09/2008

Relevance: 3

Match Required: No

Actual Funds: $960,000 (Estimated)

The purpose of this program is to support the need to balance the
positive environmental, social,

and human health impacts of biodiesel utilization with the increased per
gallon cost to the user.

Projects should be focused on development of practical indicators or
milestones to measure the

progress towards achieving five basic objectives. The five primary
objectives of this program

include:

* Enhancement of current efforts to collect and disseminate biodiesel
information

* Project coordination with:

* Other biodiesel educational or promotional programs

* Federal, state, and local programs, fostering biodiesel use

* EPAct program

* Creation of a nationwide networking system that delivers biodiesel
information to targeted

audiences, including:

* Users

* Distributors

* Other infrastructure-related personnel

* Identification of and documentation of the benefits of biodiesel such
as lifecycle costing

* Data collection related to information gaps and development of
strategies to address the

gaps

Projects should achieve these objectives through educational activities
aimed at:

* Stimulation of expanded training opportunities

* Research

* Interest

* Information sharing in the following areas:

* Infrastructure supporting expanding biodiesel industry

* Technology transfer of new biodiesel technologies

* Fuel quality supporting achievement of B100 standards and biodiesel
blends

* Feedstock expansion for addressing the increasing demand for biodiesel

Biodiesel standards should be compliant with the American Society of
Testing and Materials

International (ASTM).

This program will fund new applicants only.

 

This program is funded by the Cooperative State Research, Education, and
Extension Service

(CSREES), Office of Energy Policy and New Uses (OFEPNU).

 

 

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US7634  Biodiesel Fuel Education Program (BFEP) - FY 2008 

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eCivis Grant Detail

07/28/2008

Grant Title: Biodiesel Fuel Education Program (BFEP) - FY 2008

Grant #: US7634

				

Summary

Type:  Federal
Agency:  U.S. Department of Energy
Office:  Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service
(CSREES)
Office of Energy Policy and New Uses (OFEPNU)
CFDA:  10.306
Multipart Grant:  No

App Due:   08/08/2008 
Solicitation Date:   07/09/2008 
Relevance:  3

Match Required:   No 
Actual Funds:   $960,000 (Estimated) 


Summary:


The purpose of this program is to support the need to balance the
positive environmental, social, and human health impacts of biodiesel
utilization with the increased per gallon cost to the user. Projects
should be focused on development of practical indicators or milestones
to measure the progress towards achieving five basic objectives. The
five primary objectives of this program include: 

*Enhancement of current efforts to collect and disseminate biodiesel
information 

*Project coordination with: 

*Other biodiesel educational or promotional programs 

*Federal, state, and local programs, fostering biodiesel use 

*EPAct program

*Creation of a nationwide networking system that delivers biodiesel
information to targeted audiences, including: 

*Users 

*Distributors 

*Other infrastructure-related personnel

*Identification of and documentation of the benefits of biodiesel such
as lifecycle costing 

*Data collection related to information gaps and development of
strategies to address the gaps

Projects should achieve these objectives through educational activities
aimed at: 

*Stimulation of expanded training opportunities 

*Research 

*Interest 

*Information sharing in the following areas: 

*Infrastructure supporting expanding biodiesel industry 

*Technology transfer of new biodiesel technologies 

*Fuel quality supporting achievement of B100 standards and biodiesel
blends 

*Feedstock expansion for addressing the increasing demand for biodiesel

Biodiesel standards should be compliant with the American Society of
Testing and Materials International (ASTM).

This program will fund new applicants only.

This program is funded by the Cooperative State Research, Education, and
Extension Service (CSREES), Office of Energy Policy and New Uses
(OFEPNU).

 

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Categories: Education; Energy; Hazardous Waste/Brownfields; Health,
Prevention/Treatment; Natural Resources 



Financial

Match Required:   No 

Actual Funds: $960,000 (Estimated) 
Range - Max: $960,000 

# of Grants - Min: 1 Max: 2 
Award Range - Max: $960,000 


Match Notes:


There are no matching funds required for this program.

 


Funding Notes:


An estimated $960,000 is available to fund from one to two awards for
new continuation applications in FY 2008 with an initial one year
project period. Continuation funding will be provided for FY 2009 - FY
2012 with a total annual project budget not to exceed $960,000 with a
project period ranging from three to five years. 

Continuation funding will be contingent upon:

*Availability of funds 

*Awardee satisfactory performance with project progress 

*Determination that continued support would be in the best interest of
the federal government and the public

In previous years around 333 awards were funded under this program.
Refer to the Award file in the Files section for additional information
about previous awardees.

Indirect costs should comply with the following restrictions:

*Applicants may choose not to charge indirect costs and use all program
funds for direct costs 

*If no indirect costs are charged, applicants should mark it as "none
requested" 

*If no indirect costs were requested, applicants will not be allowed to
charge, as direct costs, indirect costs that otherwise would be in the
indirect cost pool under the office of management and budget cost
principles 

*Applicants declining to request indirect costs will not be allowed to
revise the budget later in order to charge indirect costs to program
funds 

*If applicants request indirect costs, then they should be restricted to
official negotiated indirect cost rate 

*In cases when no rate has been set, applicants may note "none-will
negotiate" and indicate a dollar amount for requested indirect costs 

*All indirect costs are to be approved by USDA 

*Based on recommendation of the project for funding, the funding agency
will request an indirect cost rate proposal and provide further
guidance, if necessary

Unallowable costs include:

*Funds for the construction of a new building or facility 

*Acquisition, expansion, remodeling, or alteration of an existing
building or facility, including: 

*Site grading 

*Improvement 

*Architect fees

Applicants previously funded by this funding agency will not be awarded
under this program.

 

 



Eligibility/Application


Eligibility Notes:


Eligible applicants are nonprofit organizations and institutions of
higher education meeting the following requirements: 

*                Demonstrated knowledge of biodiesel fuel production,
use, or distribution 

*                Demonstrated capability to conduct education and
technical support programs

Eligible applicants may subcontract ineligible applicants, if such
organizations are necessary for the implementation of this program.

Previous awardees include, but are not limited to:

*                Tuskegee University 

*                Alabama A&M University 

*                Auburn University 

*                University of Alabama in Huntsville 

*                Scientific Fishery systems, Inc 

*                University of Arkansas

Refer to the Award file in the Files section for more information about
previous awardees.

Eligible Applicants:

Academic Institutions
Non Profits


Application Notes:


Applications are due by 5:00 p.m. ET on August 8, 2008. 

Applications must be submitted electronically at www.grants.gov/Apply. 

Complete applications must consist of the following:

*Research & related other project information, including: 

*Project Summary/abstract 

*Project narrative (21 pages max)

*R&R senior/key person profile 

*R&R personal data 

*R&R budget 

*Supplemental information form

The application narrative form should not exceed 21 pages, including 15
pages for the narrative part and up to six additional pages for figures
and tables.

The following are required in order to submit an application:

*DUNS (Data Universal Numbering System) number 

*CCR (Central Contractor Registry) registration 

*PureEdge ViewerTM

All federal applications must have a DUNS number, obtainable by calling
(866) 705-5711 or accessing www.dnb.com/us. Applicants should verify or
renew CCR registration status at 
www.bpn.gov/ccr/scripts/indexconfirm.asp. Additionally, in order to view
the E-Application file in the Files section, the PureEdge ViewerTM must
be downloaded from www.grants.gov/DownloadViewer. Questions about the
e-application or PureEdge ViewerTM should be directed to Grants.gov at
(800) 518-4726 or [log in to unmask]

Applicants or stakeholders are encouraged to comment or input regarding
this funding opportunity for future request for proposals within six
months of the solicitation date of this announcement. Comments should be
emailed or mailed to the appropriate address indicated in the Contact
section.

Applications will be evaluated based on the following criteria:

*Project application relevance (10 points) 

*Project application rationale (50 points) 

*Project application technical quality (40 points)

Additional program information and application guidance can be accessed
in the NOFA file in the Files section.

 



Contact/Files


Contact:


James Duffield
Economist
(202) 401-0523
[log in to unmask]


Mailing Address:


United States Department of Agriculture
Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service
1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Stop 2201
Washington, DC 20250-2201


Contact Notes:


General questions should be directed to James Duffield or to: 

Carmela Bailey
National Program Leader
(202) 401-6443
[log in to unmask]

Applications must be submitted electronically at www.grants.gov/Apply.
The mailing address is provided for informational purposes only.

Applicants or stakeholders are encouraged to comment or provide input
regarding this funding opportunity by email to [log in to unmask]
<mailto:[log in to unmask]>  or by mail to:

Policy, Oversight, and Funds Management Staff
Office of Extramural Programs
Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service
USDA, STOP 2229
1400 Independence Avenue, SW
Washington, D.C. 20250-2299

Downloadable Pre-Award Files:
NOFA File: US7634_NOFA_FY2008.pdf
<http://gn.ecivis.com/GO/r_grantDetail/TABSELECT/contact/GRANTID/32617/J
SESSIONID/5a30de4406e718a4af423f5d352877652230> 
ELECTRONIC File: US7634_E-Application_FY2008.xfd
<http://gn.ecivis.com/GO/r_grantDetail/TABSELECT/contact/GRANTID/32617/J
SESSIONID/5a30de4406e718a4af423f5d352877652230> 

Downloadable Post-Award Files:
Award File: US7634_Award_FY2008.pdf
<http://gn.ecivis.com/GO/r_grantDetail/TABSELECT/contact/GRANTID/32617/J
SESSIONID/5a30de4406e718a4af423f5d352877652230> 



File Notes: The NOFA file contains detailed program and application
information. The E-Application file contains the electronic grant
application package for this program, which may be completed offline and
then submitted electronically through the Grants.gov portal. The Award
file contains information regarding previous awardees. 

 

 

Copyright 2008. eCivis, Inc. All rights reserved. The information may be
reproduced, displayed, distributed, and stored only for internal use
within the eCivis Grants Network account holder organization (Customer).
Notwithstanding the forgoing, no part of this eCivis Grant Detail may be
reproduced, displayed, distributed, stored, modified or reused, in any
form, for any other purpose without the prior written permission of
eCivis, Inc.

Registered Trademark and Service Mark Statement
eCivis, eCivis Grants Network, and eCivis Grant Detail are trademarks of
eCivis, Inc. 

 

 

 

 

Kathleen W. Pagan, AICP, Senior Planner

(352) 374-5249  http://growth-management.alachua.fl.us/

 http://www.walkscore.com/rankings/

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