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 Xologies IncorporatedJeremy L Perando Small Business Other Energy Technologies While going to college i worked via an Electrical Engineer apprenticeship with CONSOL energy. This certified me for working underground and I got my first look at drives and high voltage systems. With my newly found wealth working in the mines, i found the next 4 years in general labor underground in the coal mines. For the last two years of those 4 I was enrolled in a computer tech school completing my degree. I took job placement from there with Adelphia Communications where I got to work at corporate doing technical phone support while watching the broadband base grow from to 50 cities to 50000 cities. I wanted to get back closer to home and bid on a job at a local office where after a couple years Adelphia went bankrupt and i moved into temp work for COVAD communications doing backend phone support for T1 and T3 business lines. From there I took a permanent job working for BEITZEL corporation, a construction company in Garrett County MD. They were at a unique crossroads where mining safety regulation and technology smashed together. Being that I was already a certified miner and had spent the last 4 years in the tech field, I was able to help substantially in the Automation department. After a couple years Beitzel Corp formed Pillar Innovations where i assisted with building the department where i became manager of the automation and atmospheric monitoring product manager. After 9 years i was ask to start an automation department for an electrical contractor startup. Here I was responsible for entire coal preparation plant programming and SCADA systems. This lasted for a year where we started up one entire plant and some train loadouts. After the mining industry started to decline, CLINE Industires was still adding onto their coal plants as planned so all the work was moving to Illinois. At this point I started my business, Xologies Incorporated. Six years in and i can say that finding the right employee is the most difficult part of what a business owner does. Currently we support chemical and control systems using primarily Rockwell Software and Allen Bradley hardware. We also do custom robotics with ARM processors using PYTHON and web interfaces. Best asset is problem solving followed by intercommunication of old and new tech. Process control and control systems in general, just make sense to me. I also coach 2 FIRST robotics tech challenge teams and mentor on other teams.


Phone: 3046123788

Address: PO Box 102, Accident, MD, 21520, United States
 National Renewable Energy LabChun-Sheng Jiang Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Power Generation: Renewable Background and interests
Electrical characterizations in nm-resolutions are expected to give critical understanding and guidance for developing novel inexpensive and reliable power electronics. This work proposes unique nm-scale material and device characterizations and failure mechanism analysis of power electronics, by applying and further partially developing a combination of complementary AFM-based nanoelectrical probes including Kelvin probe force microscopy (KPFM), scanning capacitance microscopy (SCM), scanning spreading resistance microscopy (SSRM), and scanning microwave impedance microscopy (SMIM), which operando-image the local electrical potential distribution, carrier concentration, local resistivity or conductivity, and simultaneous local capacitance and conductance, respectively. This set of characterizations will give critical device characteristics including but not limited to junction location, junction uniformity and breakdown, active carrier concentration and uniformity, and local resistivity distribution. The characterizations can be performed with in-situ changes during high voltage, high current, and high temperature stressing, which will give unprecedent understanding about device defects and device failure.
With more than 20 years of success in scanning probe microscopy (SPM), developed many types of SPM including the world first duel-probe Scanning tunneling microscopy (STM), and applied to a wide range of fundamental materials science and energy science of photovoltaic and energy storage. Published more than 60 first-authored papers and 200 co-authored papers, with most of them being contribution to characterization and mechanism understanding using SPMs. At NREL, we have a set of state-of-the-art AFM-based nanoelectrical probes described above. The home-made KPFM is among the current best voltage resolution of 10 mV. The high voltage mode of KPFM can map high potentials up to 100 V, which is necessary for the power electronics characterizations. Carrier mapping by SMIM can mitigate the requirement of high-quality insulating layer, which is critical for wide bandgap power electronics, but SCM can give higher sensitivity of capacitance signal. We have developed the in-situ high voltage and high temperature stressing for a PV core program, which can be transferred directly to the reliability and failure study for power electronics. Scientifically, I have backgrounds of physics, electrochemistry, and material science.


Phone: 303-384-6687

Address: 15013 Denver West Pkwy, Golden, CO, 80401, United States
 Ames LaboratoryMatthew Kramer Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Other Energy Technologies Ames Laboratory has more than 70 years of research experience in purifying and making alloys from Lanthanides. We have broad capabilities for alloy production from laboratory scale 10’s grams to small-scale production ~ 20 Kg. Home of the Critical Materials Institute.
1. Magnetic Materials - theory, discovery, synthesis, characterization
• High-energy rare-earth-based permanent magnets with improved properties: Nd-based 2-14-1, Sm-based 1-5 and 2-17 with reduced critical RE.
• High-energy permanent magnets with substantially reduced contents of Nd, heavy lanthanides and Co that use domestic supply of rare earth, i.e., utilizing Ce, La stocks.
• Low-cost, high-performance rare earth-free permanent magnets with improved properties: MnBi, alnico, L10-FeNi, transition metal nitrides
• Soft magnetic alloys: 6.5% Si steel
• Adaptive genetic algorithm and machine leaning for structure-stability-property predictions
2. Advanced synthesis capabilities
• Rapid solidification (Small scale 5-15 g/batch, mid-scale 500-1000 g/batch)
• Gas atomization (50-100 kg/batch)
• Centrifugal atomization (1 kg/batch)
• Mechanochemical processing and synthesis in controlled environments, including at cryogenic temperatures, gas-solid and solid-liquid reactions under applied or autogenous pressure.
• Additive manufacturing of magnetic alloys
3. High throughput synthesis for materials discovery
• Combinatorial
• Off-axis multi-gun DC/RF sputtering
4. Unique characterization tools
• Multisample DSC/TGA
• Multisample VSM magnetometry
• SQUID magnetometry
• Hysteresisgraph Tracer
• Pulsed magnetizer
• Rapid ultrasonic mechanical testing including at elevated T’s, high-T creep measurements.
5. Theory tools
• DFT without adjustable parameters
• Simplified DFT exchange with speed of LDA and results like hybrid functionals
• KKR-CPA methods for rapid materials discovery
• Micromagnetic and micromechanical modeling
• Systems level coupled multiphysics simulations
• Extensive expertise in interatomic potential development (including machine learning potentials) for accurate atomistic simulation of materials
• Efficient molecular dynamics simulation methods for studying crystal nucleation and growth at atomistic scale and at experimental conditions
• Ab initio methods for accurate calculations of correlated electron materials including f-electron materials


Phone: 5152940276

Address: 126 Metals Development, Ames, IA, 50021, United States
 National Renewable Energy LabJonathan Keller Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Power Generation: Renewable MADE3D (Manufacturing and Additive Design of an Electric Machine enabled by 3D printing) is our transformative technology for designing and manufacturing the next generation of high efficiency, high power density electric machines that are needed to support advancements in the renewable and transportation industries. MADE3D leverages advanced topology optimization engines along with NREL’s additive manufacturing techno-economic and Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE) toolsets to produce high power density, 3D printable electric machines at costs, masses and efficiencies that allow for rapid adoption and commercialization. This technology unlocks an entirely new paradigm that can have far-reaching system level impacts and low risk pathway for enabling high performance materials and manufacturing and de-risking next generation powertrain technology.


Phone: 303-384-7011

Address: 15013 Denver West Pkwy, Golden, CO, 80401, United States
 The Ohio State UniversityJulia Zhang Academic Power Generation: Renewable The investigator submits this request for collaboration on behalf of the Ohio Center for Power and Propulsion. The team has multiple faculty and research scientists specialized in the following areas: 1) electric power systems modeling and analysis, 2) electromagnetic/thermal/mechanical design, mathematical modeling, control of high-efficiency high-power-density electric machine and drive systems, 3) modeling, design, and control of wide bandgap power electronic converters, and 4) high voltage engineering. The team has several on-going projects related to high power high speed electric machine and drive systems for aircraft application, e.g., 1) OSU is the lead university of a 5-year NASA University Initiative Leadership Program “Electric Propulsion Challenges and Opportunities” from 2007 to 2022, 2) lead university of a 2-year program funded by the Ohio Federal Research Network to develop and commercialize brushless doubly-fed machines for unmanned aircraft.

The team is seeking collaboration from other research institutes with strong expertise in energy storage technology and aviation industry partners to team up in the upcoming ARPA-E proposal.

The team owns 4 labs on the campus of The Ohio State University: 1) electric machine and power electronics lab, 2) high voltage lab, 3) power electronics packaging lab, and 4) real-time simulation system lab.

The electric machine and power electronics lab has multiple power benches to test and verify the state-of-the-art designs of wide bandgap power semiconductor devices and converters. The lab is equipped with advanced electrical and mechanical measure instruments dedicated to electric machine and power electronics research. This lab has a 350-kVA, 30000-rpm rotating dynamometer for design verification of high-speed machines for transportation applications and multiple 10-kW 3000-rpm rotating dynamometers.

The high voltage lab is the only one of its kind among the universities in the Midwest to study electrical insulation and high voltage phenomena in power systems, electric machines, and power electronics.

The power electronics package lab is an integrated cleanroom lab space, with the equipment for die handling, interconnection, and module encapsulation.

The real-time simulation system lab is dedicated to modeling and control verification for high power systems, consisting of 4 target machines with a total of 8 CPUs, 48 cores, 4 FPGAs, and >500 analog and digital I/Os.


Phone: 6146192889

Address: 205 Dreese Lab, 2015 Neil Ave., Columbus, OH, 43210, United States
 Brookhaven National LabKathleen M Amm Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Power Generation: Renewable Superconducting Magnet Division
The Superconducting Magnet Division (SMD) develops very high field superconducting magnets. SMD has the capability to study, design, build, and test high field superconducting magnets and cables for accelerators and other applications.
SMD has used its deep experience in magnet design and development to study the behavior of superconductors, cables and magnets. With the discovery of high temperature superconductors – superconductors that can operate at higher temperatures or higher fields – SMD has been at the forefront of studying the behavior of these materials and how to design magnets with these exciting and challenging conductors and is a world recognized leader in high field HTS magnet design. HTS magnets and conductors if successfully developed could lead to strong green and sustainable energy sources such as compact fusion reactors and larger, more efficient superconducting generators.
SMD is a true leader in superconducting magnet design. At the core of SMD’s expertise is accelerator magnet development. From the earliest days of superconductivity playing a role in particle physics with the Brookhaven Summer School in the 1960’s, through the development of the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider with robust magnets that have performed well for over 20 years, and to playing a major role in the High Luminosity Upgrade for the Large Hadron Collider at CERN and the Electron Ion Collider that will unlock the secrets of the strongest force in nature. SMD also has a strong history of partnering with industry and transferring technology both to small and large businesses. Currently SMD is pursuing new partnerships in the HTS space both in the accelerator/scientific magnet and fusion spaces. SMD is very interested in potential areas for the application of superconductivity, including power applications and high field magnets and would be very interested in discussing partnerships in this space.
The SMD has expertise in studying, designing, building and testing superconducting magnets and has world-recognized expertise in the physics and engineering of magnets. SMD has extensive space and facilities to build and test superconducting and conventional electromagnets. With over 58,000 square feet of technical development space, SMD has extensive space and facilities to wind, heat treat, vacuum impregnate, construct, and test superconducting magnets. SMD staff broad experience in collaborations.


Phone: 6313446150

Address: Brookhaven National Lab building 902a, PO Box 5000, Upton, NY, 11973, United States
 Calnetix Technologies, LLCCo Huynh Small Business Other Energy Technologies Since its founding in 1998, Calnetix Technologies, LLC. has developed and introduced numerous disruptive innovations for variety of applications and industries. Most of the innovations have been for large OEMs where Calnetix Technologies continues to manufacture and provide components, and several of those innovations have become the foundation of entirely new companies. Calnetix’s innovations have repeatedly provided path-bending advances in technology to customers in a wide variety of industries, enabling companies all over the world to drive market growth.

With its significant annual investment in R&D, Calnetix designs, develops and manufactures high-speed permanent magnet motor generators, magnetic bearings systems and power electronics. Combining these three core competencies, Calnetix provides comprehensive integration services to assist customers in the design and development of tomorrow’s most advanced energy efficient systems.

Calnetix Technologies currently designs, develops and manufactures products for the aerospace, automotive, defense, energy, food, HVAC, industrial equipment, medical, marine, power generation, semiconductor, water and waste water industries. Its technology is being used in applications such as gas turbines, precision lasers, turbo expanders, electrically-assisted turbochargers, blood pumps and air and gas compressors. Calnetix’s customers are often large global organizations seeking innovative and highly efficient product enhancements or new products altogether.

Due to increased electrical complexity, demands for greater power output, high power density, and high system reliability in electric and hybrid aviation , Calnetix's motor, generator and power electronics technology suite offers competitive advantages to our aviation OEM customers.


Phone: 5622931361

Address: 16323 Shoemaker Avenue, Cerritos, CA, 90703, United States
 Illinois Institute of Technology ChicagoSumanta Acharya Academic Other Energy Technologies I have a background in heat transfer and cooling. Have done a lot of work in cooling of turbine blades and vanes with impingement cooling, turbinated channel cooling and film cooling-both experimental and computational. Have also worked in heat exchangers and two phase flows. Just completed an ARPAE project on dry cooling in power plants working on a concept of encapsulated phase change heat exchangers. Currently working on a DOE project on heat and mass transfer in a heat exchanger for sub-dew point cooling of air for cooling towers. Over 200 archival journal articles and book chapters, over 250 conference publications, and supervised nearly 65 graduate students. Both experimental and computational capability. Recipient of the ASME Heat Transfer Memorial Award in Science, AIChE Donald Kern Award in Process Heat Transfer, and AIAA Thermophysics Award.


Phone: 312-567-3701

Address: Mech. Matls. and Aerospace Eng., IIT Chicago, 10 West 32nd St, REC 243A, Chicago, IL, 60616, United States
 Ampaire, IncPeter Savagian Small Business Transportation Ampaire’s mission is to transform air travel to 100% renewable energy. Electric flight significantly reduces operating cost and environmental impact. The physics of flight favor slower moving, and therefore, short range aircraft. As a result, we believe that the electrification of aviation begins in earnest with short haul commerce, motivated by cost reduction. Our first product replaces turboprop engines with a hybrid system, and cuts fuel by more than 50%.

We are an engineering company, IP developer, and integrator of technologies. Our IP is in EPU application, thermal systems, battery packs, propulsion architecture, and optimized airframes. We have positioned our R&D for scalability as the technologies improve, and have aligned our roadmaps to support larger aircraft.

Ampaire flew a full-scale technology demonstrator aircraft earlier this year, and it remains the world’s largest flying hybrid aircraft, by gross weight. Early next year, we will put a hybrid aircraft into demo fleet service and will allow Mokulele airlines to evaluate it’s real-world benefits.

We are very interested in developing high power density electric motors. Motor, inverter and thermal systems represent a significant mass and volume. High torque density is specifically prized, since it enables larger prop or fan areas to be coupled to deliver thrust at lower relative air speeds.

Ampaire’s interests are in the 300kW to 1MW level, running on a DC bus of approximately 1000 Volts. We think that these serve the commuter and regional aircraft space well, and fully explores the technologies at a scale relevant to eventual use distributed on larger aircraft.

Our engineers are expert in thermal systems, high energy magnets, and low loss ferromagnetics, and EPU control in aircraft. We achieved FAA airworthiness certification for our fist aircraft having systems with 800 Volt capability at 280kW. Out latest work features an advanced silicon carbide inverter, and a pack made of very high energy density battery cells.

Ampaire uses CAD tools and modern analysis methods at our R&D offices at the Hawthorne airport facilities. There we also have our Airframe Lab and Propulsion Systems Lab. Our flight test hangar is at Camarillo airport. Finally, we maintain relationships with top electric machine and power electronics R&D institutions and companies, including the University of Wisconsin, the University of Washington, Marquette University, UCSD and with Calnetics.


Phone: 310 918 3706

Address: 3507 Jack Northop Avenue, Hawthorne, CA, 90250, United States
 Heat Transfer Technologies LLCYoram Shabtay Small Business Building Efficiency Yoram Shabtay is the founder and President of Heat Transfer Technologies (HTT) , LLC, specializing in thermal management solutions. Mr. Shabtay has more than 25 years experience in heat exchanger design and manufacturing using various metals and different joining techniques, for applications in aviation, automotive, appliance, industrial and HVAC&R and buildings. Mr. Shabtay holds patents and copyrights in the field of heat exchanger components materials, production process, manufacturing and performance simulation.
Some examples include the development of a novel brazing process for joining copper heat exchangers now utilized globally by selected manufacturers, a novel aluminum heat exchanger design for reduced refrigerant leak potential, extreme cooling heat exchanger for a Sterling Engine power generator using a Heat Pipe array and a modular thermal storage system using graphite.

HTT works with academia, institutions and industry to develop and produce prototype heat exchangers of novel design and complexity. Currently engaged in the development of an manufacturing method of heat exchangers having thousands of miniature tubes in a manufacturable and economic manner.

Some awards:
• US Patent Number 6,530,514, Method of Manufacturing Heat Transfer Tube.
• US Patent Number 6,997,371, Thermal Spray Application of Brazing Material for the Manufacturing of Heat Transfer Devices.
• US Patent Number 7,032,808, Thermal Spray Application of Brazing Material for the Manufacturing of Heat Transfer Devices.
• US Patent Number 6,997,248, High Pressure High Temperature Charge Air Cooler.
• Copyright: Registration Number TX 5-608-897, Radit Version 6.0.1 Heat Exchanger Simulation Software Program.


Phone: 630-258-3143

Address: 15 Glenbrook Drive, Prospect Heights, IL, 60070, United States
 ThinGap, IncJoseph D Kay Small Business Other Energy Technologies ThinGap is a high tech motor/generator manufacturer. We use a unique architecture that lends itself well to high power density and high efficiency density. ThinGap's stator architecture is ironless eliminating iron losses which allows for higher efficiency within the same package size. Additionally ThinGap employs litz wire to minimize copper losses. ThinGap has also developed a light weight rotor assembly that employs an ironless magnet carrier with an optimized Halbach array instead of a traditional steel back iron. These elements make ThinGap technology a leader in high power and efficiency dense machines.


Phone: 8057154214

Address: 4035 Via Pescador, Camarillo, CA, 93012, United States
 RCT Systems, IncMr. Jerry Foshage Small Business Other Energy Technologies For over 35 years, RCT Systems has performed prototype design, development and manufacturing work, as well as engineering consulting services for both government agencies and private industry. Spun off from MIT & Draper Labs in the 1980’s as SatCon and acquiring the Westinghouse/Northrop Grumman Electric Vehicles group in the 1990’s, we have used our expertise in custom power devices, electromagnetic systems, system integration, dynamic system modeling, packaging and thermal management to assist our customers in achieving technology breakthroughs.

Our focus as an innovative small business is on the design, development, prototyping, and transitioning to production products with state of the art technology in:
• Electric Machinery & Drives
• Power Conversion Electronics
• Power Management & Distribution Systems
• Hybrid Electric Vehicles
• Advanced Electronic WBG Material Applications

We have a long history of EV/HEV component and systems development, dating back to the mid- 1990’s and the Chrysler Patriot Race Car, various fuel cell development vehicles, and the development and production of a 120 HP EV powertrain for the 1999 model year Chrysler EPIC Minivan (350 units), and a 250HP Powertrain and battery charging systems for Bluebird Buses (250 units). A recent development is a full HEV/PHEV system for the demanding tactical military vehicle market under an Air Force Research Lab contract for a prospective SOF vehicle.

HEV/PHEV Power System Characteristics:
• Vehicle DC Bus 600VDVC nominal, 460 – 750VDC
• Motor-Generator 60kW, 81HP, 0-4krpm, inline
• Motor-Generator Controller 63.2kW, Bi-directional
• Off Board Power Converter 120/208VAC 3Phase, 30kW, Bi-directional, isolated

We have experience with designing a range of high-power density motors with power levels of up to 750 hp and speeds up to 100,000 RPM

Rotating Machinery Products: Motors, Motor/Gen; ISG; APUs; High Speed Machinery; Rim-Driven

Types: PM/Induction/Switched Reluctance, Hybrid


Phone: 5087358920

Address: 1705 Twin Springs Road, Ste 107, Baltimore, MD, 21227, United States
 Advanced MotorTech LLCDr. Keith W. Klontz Small Business Other Energy Technologies Dr. Keith W. Klontz is President and CEO of Advanced MotorTech LLC, an entrepreneurial engineering services company he founded in 2005 with emphasis on design, analysis, simulation, evaluation and testing of electric motors and generators. He holds BS & MS degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, and a PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (WEMPEC). Dr. Klontz is a world-recognized expert in advanced electric machine design and has over 50 years of hands-on experience with electric machine applications and design engineering, from concept to analysis to performance verification to repair and failure analysis. He has been involved in the research, development, modelling, prototyping, and testing of very high performance machines from 5 Watts to 50 MW, with speeds ranging from angle positioning torque-motors to 90,000 rpm machines. Recent work includes design of extremely high efficiency PM and induction motors, very high power density machines, permanent magnet alternators, brushless d.c. traction motors, thermal management in electric motors, low cost brush d.c. motors, and electric motor design for innovative low cost manufacturing.


Phone: 727-412-8200

Address: 5237 Park Street N, St Petersburg, FL, 33709-1011, United States
 Texas A&M UniversityHamid Toliyat Academic Other Energy Technologies Prof. Toliyat received the B.S, degree from Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran in 1982, the M.S. degree from West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV in 1986, and the Ph.D. degree from University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI in 1991, all in electrical engineering. Following receipt of the Ph.D. degree, he joined the faculty of Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Mashhad, Iran as an Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering. In March 1994 he joined the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Texas A&M University where he is currently Raytheon endowed professor of electrical engineering.
Dr. Toliyat has received the prestigious Nikola Tesla Field Award for “outstanding contributions to the design, analysis and control of fault-tolerant multiphase electric machines” from IEEE in 2014, the Cyrill Veinott Award in Electromechanical Energy Conversion from the IEEE Power Engineering Society in 2004, Patent and Innovation Award from Texas A&M University System Office of Technology Commercialization’s in 2018, 2016 and 2007, TEES Faculty Fellow Award in 2006, Distinguished Teaching Award in 2003, E.D. Brockett Professorship Award in 2002, Eugene Webb Faculty Fellow Award in 2000, and Texas A&M Select Young Investigator Award in 1999. He has also received the Space Act Award from NASA in 1999, and the Schlumberger Foundation Technical Awards in 2001 and 2000.
Prof. Toliyat work is highly cited by his colleagues more than 22,000 times and has an H-index of 75. Dr. Toliyat was an Editor of IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion. He was Chair of the IEEE-IAS Industrial Power Conversion Systems Department of IEEE-IAS, and is a member of Sigma Xi. He is a fellow of the IEEE, the recipient of the 2008 Industrial Electronics Society Electric Machines Committee Second Best Paper Award as well as the recipient of the IEEE Power Engineering Society Prize Paper Awards in 1996 and 2006, and IEEE Industry Applications Society Transactions Third Prize Paper Award and Second Prize Paper Award in 2006 and 2016, respectively. His main research interests and experience include analysis and design of electrical machines, variable speed drives for traction and propulsion applications, fault diagnosis of electric machinery, and magnetic gear integrated electric machines. Prof. Toliyat has supervised more than 110 graduate students, post docs, and research engineers. He has published around 500 technical papers, presented more than 95 invited lecture


Phone: 9798623034

Address: Department of Electrical & Computer Eng, College Station, TX, 77843-3128, United States
 San Diego State UniversityChris Mi Academic Transportation Prof. Chris Mi a fellow of IEEE and Fellow of SAE. He is Professor at San Diego State University. Previously he was an Electrical Engineer with General Electric Canada Inc. in the Large Motors Division. Dr. Mi has over 30 years of experience in electric machine design and control. While with GE, he worked on large motors in excess of 10MW. He also worked with Teco-Westinghouse on a large solid-pole motor. He has published over 300 papers with a large portion related to electric machines. He is one of the pioneers in synchronous permanent magnet motors. His research team has abundant experience in high-power, high-efficiency, high-speed motor design and control. SDSu is looking to partnering with industry and other institutions on a proposal for this RFP.


Phone: 7347658321

Address: 5170 White Emerald Drive, San Diego, CA, 92130-1410, United States
 Electron Energy CorporationMelania Jasinski Small Business Power Generation: Renewable Electron Energy Corporation (EEC) is one of the world’s first rare earth permanent magnet (PM) producers, founded in 1970 with a non-exclusive license from the Air Force to practice a patent in Sm-Co magnet materials. With two manufacturing operations facilities with a total space of 85,000 ft2, EEC is known as the only US fully integrated manufacturer of rare earth permanent magnets and magnet assemblies. Starting from pure metals, EEC produces Sm-Co permanent magnets with superior magnetic properties to meet the most demanding requirements. EEC also commercializes Nd-Fe-B, ferrites and Alnico magnets. EEC is ISO 9001:2008 and AS9100C:2009 certified. EEC’s customers include military and aerospace prime contractors, as well as medical and oil exploration companies, and Navy nuclear programs.
EEC is best described as a specialty manufacturer addressing the permanent magnet needs of a variety of demanding applications, which include traveling wave tube, accelerometers, gyroscopes, high speed PM generators and motors, actuators, medical devices, and other industries that require high quality, high performance PM and/or magnet systems.
EEC successfully designed and developed an 1,800 pound ultra-high precision magnet assembly for the watt balance system for National Institute of Standards and Technology that redefines the kilogram standard. We have systems compliant with DOD specialty metals procurement regulations and we are registered by the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls by the US Department of State to work with ITAR projects and applications. EEC has currently about 140 employees. In the past two decades, EEC has been involved in more than a dozen research programs funded by DoD, NASA, NFS and DoE, including ARPA-E, for the development of permanent magnets, and permanent magnet applications. Under a DoE SBIR Fast Track program, EEC developed a PM quadrupole prototype for the next generation of electron-ion colliders.
EEC is interested in working on projects with need for magnets and magnetic systems with specialized function and properties, e.g. high magnetic performance, high uniformity of magnetic properties, ultra high temperature operation, ultra high thermal stability, corrosion resistance, etc.


Phone: 717-459-1067

Address: 924 Links Ave., Landisville, PA, 17538, United States