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Area of Expertise 
Background, Interest,
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Contact Information 
 Georgia Institute of TechnologyNian Liu Academic Grid Prof. Nian Liu has 10 years’ experience on nanoscale materials design of high energy battery electrode materials, especially silicon anodes. Early in 2011, he demonstrated prelithiation of silicon anode to compensate low Coulombic efficiency of silicon anode or pair it with Li-free cathode, such as sulfur. In 2012, he designed a nanoscale “yolk-shell” structure to solve silicon’s problem of unstable solid-electrolyte interphase (SEI). In 2014, he designed a nanoscale “pomegranate” structure to significantly enhance silicon’s capacity retention at high mass loading (0.2mAh/cm2 → 3.7mAh/cm2), meeting commercial battery level.
In addition to structure design, the PI has rich experience with in situ investigation of trans-formation/degradation mechanisms in battery materials. In 2012, he used in situ XRD to elucidate the phase transformation of Si nanowire anode during lithiation and delithiation. In 2014, he used in situ X-ray absorption to reveal the local bonding transition when Ge lithiates and delithiates. In the same year, he used in situ X-ray imaging to reconstruct the 3D structural transition during Ge’s lithiation and delithiation and quantified the volume change for the first time. In 2012 and 2014, he used in situ TEM to monitor the nanoscale structural change of “yolk-shell” and “pomegranate” anodes, and confirmed the materials functioned as designed. These in situ studies have been critical for creating the scientific foundation for engineering nanostructured electrode materials with improved cycle life.
In 2017 the PI wrote an article to bring attention to the community that while fundamental understanding is important, more applied research has to be done on solving remaining challenges of silicon anode, e.g. initial Coulombic efficiency, areal capacity and cost, for it to be commercialized in the large scale.


Phone: 404-894-5103

Address: 311 Ferst Dr NW, Atlanta, GA, 30332, United States
 3DP International, Inc.Brian B. Williams Small Business Other Energy Technologies We convert energy at a fundamental level, wherein we optimize Carnot's efficiency above 50% through our stabilized turbine flywheel systems that have been developed over the past 15 years to a stable 78% thermodynamic efficiency.

The overall objective for our company was and still is to establish low-heat, below 200 degree F transitional phase energy conversion at higher than 70% efficiencies. Having accomplished this, we bring to the market 150kW energy systems that convert waste heat at system efficiencies of above 50%.

We managed to exceed Carnot's Rule.


Phone: 4086797966

Address: 25732 West Ct, Hayward, CA, 94541, United States
 Purdue UniversityShripad T. Revankar Academic Other Energy Technologies Multiphase and Fuel Cell Laboratory (MFCRL) lead by Dr. Revankar has been involved both on nuclear based and renewable based energy systems design, testing and analysis through extensive experiments, modeling, and CFD and code analysis.
Both basic and applied projects, that have been carried out since 1987 include advanced reactor designs and analysis on advanced nuclear reactors such as small modular reactors, molten salt reactors and high temperature gas cooled reactors, scaling of nuclear reactor plants, thermalhydraulics and safety, separate effects and integral effects testing, novel nuclear fuels development and analysis, multiphase flow and heat transfer, advanced multiphase instrumentations, thermo-nuclear hydrogen generation, multiphase flow in porous media, packed bed - trickle bed systems, microgravity multiphase flow, solar regenerative systems, thermal energy and hydrogen storage, fuel cells, and hydrogen generation and storage.
The MFCRL hosts several undergraduate students, graduate students, post-doctoral researchers and visiting scientist/professors. MFCRL has number of active experimental projects such as on choking flow, CHF, and natural circulation, with extensive instrumentation capabilities, (thermal, mass and fractions- specialized such as high speed video, conductivity void fraction, PIV), and computational facilities to enable small scale and large scale projects.
Dr. Revankar has carried out over 50 projects in the last thirty years sponsored by various agencies including Department of Energy (DOE) – nuclear programs DOE-NERI, NEUP, Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), DARPA-E, NSF, NASA, DoD, Petroleum Research Foundation, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, and nuclear and thermal industries. He has experience on experimental methods (scaling, design, use of advanced instruments, testing and analysis), on analytical methods that include development of new phonological models, large scale code analysis, nuclear and chemical codes such RELAP5, RELAP7, TRACE, MELCOR, PARCS, MCNP, APSEN Plus, CFD packages, FLUENT, CFX, STAR-CD,COMSOL, and project planning and management. He has served on IAEA projects on nuclear hydrogen production.


Phone: 765-496-1782

Address: 400 Central Drive Schoo of Nuclear Engineering, West Lafayette, IN, 47907, United States
 Nanoswitch Inc.Olanrewaju Tanimola Small Business Bioenergy BACKGROUND;

Located near Houston, Texas, Nanoswitch is involved in the research and development of nanotechnology for a multitude of industries. On the cutting edge of science and technological development, we build nanostructures from atoms at the molecular level to improve today's industries for the future.


Our interest includes ; synthesis of graphene based nanomaterials, processing of biomass materials, development of new class of nanomaterials, research and development, technology transfer and nanotechnology.


We are revolutionizing the world of nanostructured materials through the production of new materials for energy and beyond.  We have demonstrated our capabilities of narrowing the timeline for the integration of graphene into a wide range of technologies by developing a chemical process for the transformation of biomass materials into highly desirable graphene derivatives.

At Nanoswitch, we are addressing the challenges posed to graphene commercialization through a combination of approach. Compared with existing technologies, our innovative technology offers solutions to the existing problems in several ways. 1) By utilizing by-product of as our precursor, the problem of limited availability of source material becomes abated. 2) We are addressing the problem of cost and availability through our cheap and facile chemical method. 3) Our chemical method can be adapted and modified to achieve scalable production of graphene. 4) Our proprietary products which include single layer of functionalized graphene having an asymmetric unit offers a solution to graphene challenges in the energy industry.   5) By disclosing a tunable process, a new paradigm towards a nomenclature for nanomaterials and emergence of numerous carbon allotropes of graphene is illustrated  6) We demonstrate our commitment to green technology and the safety of the environment through the utilization of biomass as a source material.


Phone: 281-745-4441

Address: 2215 Walnut bend lane, Houston, TX, 77042, United States
 Portland State UniversityJonathan Bird Academic Power Generation: Renewable Our laboratory focuses on investigating novel magnetomechanical devices for energy conversion applications.

The current research focus has been on:

- Designing magnetically geared electric machines for wind and ocean renewable power generation applications.
- Electrical machines for transportation applications
- Computational electromagnetic modelling

I would be interested in partnering with anyone that needs magnetic design analysis. Particularly with respect to generator, gearing or continuously variable magnetic gearing analysis and experimental testing.


Phone: 5037259059

Address: Suite 20-13, 1900 SW 4th Avenue, Portland, OR, 97201, United States
 Pintail Power LLCWilliam M. Conlon Small Business Other Energy Technologies Hybrid Power Generation coupled to energy storage.


Phone: 6503272175

Address: 2330 Bryant Street, Palo Alto, CA, 94301, United States
 E2SOL LLCAnthony Baro Small Business Power Generation: Renewable Wireless Charging Distributed Infrastructure
Energy Storage
EV Charging Distributed Infrastructure


Phone: 401-489-2273

Address: 10 Dorrance Street Suite 700, Providence, RI, 02903, United States
 DERP Technologies, LLCRichard Lank Small Business Grid DERP TECHNOLOGIES LLC (DERPTECH) has Collaborative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) to pursue advanced power controls, both dynamic and supervisory, for hybrid-power systems. DERP TECH’s Patent-Pending Hybrid power systems controls (HEP/DG™) includes Natural Gas Turbines, Fuel Cells and a potential variety of Renewable Energy Generation Systems.
Through the CRADA we are designing special applications for Microgrids for applications of 500 Kw and above.
DERP TECH designed and engineered the successful plan and grant application for the Town of Windham, CT’s Safe Haven Microgrid™ which serves a public-benefit purpose as an emergency sheltering facility. Grant awarded through Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.
White papers produced with NETL for Hybrid Advanced Power Controls are available by request.


Phone: 301-797-4260

Address: P.O. Box 434, Hagerstown, MD, 21741, United States
 Clemson UniversityRajendra Bordia Academic Other Energy Technologies Our research group is focused on investigation of advanced ceramic based materials for extreme environment including corrosion and oxidation protection and applications at high temperature and in nuclear environment. Current research is focused on ceramic coatings, ceramic matrix composites, joining of ceramics and porous ceramics. Recent projects have been targeted at next generation gas turbines, SiC based materials for nuclear and MHD applications, ceramics for hypersonic systems and ceramic coatings for coal fired environments


Phone: 1-864-656-5228

Address: 161 Sirrine Hall, Clemson University, Clemson, SC 29634
 Aulisio AssociatesLeander Aulisio Individual None of the above Aulisio Associates owns a portfolio of US patents (9540929, 8882204, 8408658, 8262167) relating to recovery of energy useful products such as coal, coal seam gas, shale oil, shale gas and methane gas from landfill waste. We are gathering interested parties ( both governmental and non-governmental) to form a corporation to license the portfolio of patents. We foresee construction of a pilot plant to prove out the technology, scaling up the pilot plant to industrial scale and ultimately providing a renewable source of energy from the ever- increasing amount of landfill waste materials.
Website: none - patents can be viewed at


Phone: 5712160527

Address: 4303 Glennis Drive Lakeland, Florida 33813
 Brian AshkenaziBrian Ashkenazi Individual Power Generation: Renewable Production of higher efficiency heat conversion to electricity using thermoelectric devices in a dynamic configuration.
Website: None


Phone: 310-402-7350

Address: 9190 W.Olympic Blvd., #292, Beverly Hills, CA 90212
 Washington State UniversityDustin McLarty Academic Power Generation and Energy Production: Fossil/Nuclear Dustin McLarty leads the Clean Energy Systems Lab (CESI) at Washington State University. CESI lab has constructed a pressurized SOFC test stand capable of testing single cells (10cm x 10cm) and short stacks up to 1kW at pressures up to 10 bar. The test stand can blend and humidify a variety of fuels and test with varying oxygen concentrations, up to 100%. Dr. McLarty's PhD was on the design and control of hybrid systems. CESI lab has a suite of spatially resolved dynamic models for the simulation of high temperature fuel cells, micro-turbines, and many additional components. Dr. McLarty has proposed a unique de-coupled hybrid arrangement which addresses many of the challenges of fuel cell gas turbine hybrids, specifically avoiding the surge/stall concerns.


Phone: 5093351699

Address: 305 NE Spokane St, Pullman, WA 99163
 National Renewable Energy LaboratoryJennifer Kurtz Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Power Generation: Renewable NREL's hydrogen and fuel cell research supports the development and adoption of cost-effective, high-performance fuel cell systems and sustainable hydrogen technologies for transportation and other applications. NREL's unique hardware-in-the-loop experiments at the Energy Systems Integration Facility range in proof-of-concept to verification and validation of advanced systems that cross traditional technology boundaries.

NREL offers energy analysis tools, models, and other resources for researchers, developers, investors, and others interested in the viability, analysis, NREL analysis informs policy and investment decisions that can lead to more resilient, reliable, and efficient U.S. energy systems. With objective, technology-neutral analysis, NREL aims to increase the understanding of energy policies, markets, resources, technologies, and infrastructure and connections between these and the nation's economic, security, and environmental priorities. and development of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies and systems.

NREL is a lead lab for Hydrogen at Scale (H2@Scale). H2@ Scale is a concept that explores the potential for wide-scale hydrogen production and utilization in the United States to enable resiliency of the power generation and transmission sectors, while also aligning diverse multibillion dollar domestic industries, domestic competitiveness, and job creation.


Phone: 303-275-4061

Address: 15013 Denver West Pkwy Golden CO 80401
 Farsak LLCDr. Sajjad Syed Small Business Other Energy Technologies Farsak LLC is a Michigan based engineering company providing solutions and services in Model Based System Design (MBSD), Model based System/Safety Engineering (MBSE), and Software Engineering. Farsak hires project specific, leading domain experts from the industry. Our primary focus is MBD and MBSE but we also provide services and solutions in Information Technology (IT) including Visual Analytics, App development, Graphic Design and E-Commerce.

Dr. Sajjad A Syed, Ph.D., Co-Owner and principal contact for Farsak LLC. Dr. Syed has over 7 years of research and development experience in academia and the automotive industry in the areas of modeling, control and simulation of both conventional and hybrid vehicles. His areas of expertise include the systemic design of control, energy management systems, plant modeling, bench testing for validation and/or verification and analysis. Dr. Syed published scientific works have contributed to providing solutions for and elaborating challenges to the hybrid system or hybridization of any energy systems.


Phone: 2484955718

Address: 4487 Bunker Ave, West Bloomfield, MI 48323
 Technology Management, Inc.Benson Lee Small Business Other Energy Technologies Technology Management, Inc. (TMI) has pioneered the development of modular, fuel-agnostic, solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) systems for insertion into almost any fuel supply infrastructure in the world. A key enabling development is the ability to operate interchangeably on liquid and gas fuels and sulfur tolerance, which bypasses the requirement for fuel desulfurization, a limitation of almost every other known fuel cell system. Proven fuels include: natural gas, propane, diesel, kerosene, JP-8, biodiesel, vegetable oil, used cooking oil and others. The system design can also use producer gas and syngas from various biomass/waste to bio-fuel/ bio-product systems.

TMI has demonstrated and is now testing the AnywherEnergy™ (AE) fuel cell system, a kilowatt class (residential scale) prototype systems. AE system features include the ability to modulate (i.e., load-follow) output power, a cost-effective alternative to deep cycle batteries now used by intermittent power sources (i.e., solar, wind) for mission critical (i.e., 100% available) power. The AE system has demonstrated the use of waste heat to cogenerate additional electricity, heat, cooling and refrigeration, and high value products such as drinking water.

TMI is interested in partnering with major, established companies desiring to enter premium power markets with 100kW modules, capable of providing systems manufacturing, distribution and customer support, and willing to co-develop a market entry plan to fast-track customer acceptance of this hybrid fuel cell system in uncontested global markets.


Phone: 216-541-1000

Address: 9718 Lake Shore Blvd, Cleveland, OH 44108
 LiquidPistonAlec Shkolnik Small Business Power Generation and Energy Production: Fossil/Nuclear LiquidPiston is a developer of high efficiency rotary compression-ignition combustion engines. The engines operate on an optimized thermodynamic cycle dubbed the High Efficiency Hybrid Cycle. The engine alone can achieve 50-55% BTE in the 100kW size.

We are looking to team with folks that specialize in: heat exchangers, bottoming cycle, or waste heat recovery, or others interested in applying a high efficiency high speed (7,200 RPM) combustion engine.


Phone: 8608382677

Address: 1292a Blue Hills Ave, Bloomfield, CT 06002
 AIL ResearchAndrew Lowenstein Small Business Building Efficiency AIL Research is a world leader in advanced liquid desiccant technology. Although not now broadly applied, liquid desiccants can address many of the issues that now challenge the HVAC industry as it attempts to create healthy and comfortable indoor environments using technologies that have much lower carbon footprints. AILR's liquid desiccant air conditioners (LDAC) run primarily on thermal energy (e.g., hot water between 180 F and 210 F). When integrated with either a fuel cell or an engine/generator, the LDAC will convert waste heat into a valuable commodity--comfort conditioning--greatly increasing energy utilization for distributed energy systems.


Phone: 609-558-2161

Address: 57 Hamilton Ave, Hopewell, NJ 08525
 South Dakota School of Mines and TechnologyDr. Alevtina Smirnova Academic Power Generation: Renewable Prof. Smirnova at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology (SDSMT) has over 15 years of experience in solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs)- known as the most efficient technology for conversion of natural gas into electricity, especially in the process of combined heat and power generation. Besides natural gas, an emerging source of methane from methane hydrates is in the scope of Dr. Smirnova's interests.
Magnetron sputtering-physical vapor deposition technology (in collaboration with NanoCoatings Inc.) combined with materials functionalization in supercritical fluids proposed by Dr. Smirnova provides a meaningful way of enhancing the existing SOFC properties, performance, and reliability.
Dr. Smirnova started the SOFC research at Ford Motor Company in 2000 and continued it at the UCONN Fuel Cell Center (2000-2009). At SDSMT, Dr. Smirnova has all the necessary equipment for SOFC materials manufacturing, SOFC cell assembly, and SOFC cell testing using AC Impedance and SOFC test stations. Multiple MS-PVD systems for thin-film electrolyte manufacturing are available at the NanaoCoatings Inc. located at the SDSMT campus. Currently her SOFC research is supported by ACS PRF and solid-state battery research - by DOD and NASA.


Phone: 6053941890

Address: 501 E. St Joseph St., Rapid City, SD 57701
 University of TennesseeFeng-Yuan Zhang Academic Other Energy Technologies The core skills in NanoHELP group lie in thermal-fluid sciences and combustions, micro-/nano- technology, advanced manufacturings, 3-D printings, and state-of-the-art spectroscopies and diagnostics. The group mission is to develop high-efficiency, low-cost and sustainable power and energy devices, including fuel cells, electrolyzers, batteries, direct combustion engines, and electric thrusters. The research will be ranging from fundamental understanding, new material development to system optimization with a strong interdisciplinary program for the study of micro/nano-scale chemical reaction, heat/mass transport, fluid mechanics, novel materials, corrosion, degradation, surface/mechanical/chemical properties and MEMS/NEMS.
One of the recent research studies is on high-efficiency hydrogen and oxygen productions and energy storages with PEM electrolyzer cells (PEMECs). Combining advanced manufacturing, novel material/component design and fabrication, state-of-the-art characterization, advanced high-speed imaging, theoretical modeling/simulations, and system testing, the NnaoHELP has in-situ revealed the real rapid electrochemical reactions in micro scale for the first time, and has demonstrated significant efficiency improvements and catalyst mass activity promotion of the electrochemical energy devices. Nanotechnology and advanced manufacturing are used to develop novel multifunctional liquid/gas diffusion layers (LGDLs) with desired transport, electrical and thermal properties. The new thin and flat LGDL with tunable straight pores remarkably reduce the ohmic, interfacial and transport losses and has been demonstrated significant performance improvements of the energy devices. In addition, well-tunable features, including pore size, pore shape, pore distribution, and thus porosity and permeability, are very valuable for developing PEMEC models and for validation of its simulations with optimal and repeatable performance. The LGDL thickness reduction from greater than 350 μm of conventional titanium felt LGDLs to 25 μm will greatly decrease the weight and volume of PEMEC stacks, and represents a new direction for future developments of low-cost PEMECs with high performance. Further, it can lead to a manufacturing solution to couple LGDLs with other bipolar plates, since they can be easily integrated by top-down and bottom-up manufacturing processes with low cost.


Phone: 931-393-7428

Address: 411 B. H. Goethert Parkway, MS21, Tullahoma, TN 37388-9700
 AKSupply, Inc.Ron Smith Small Business Other Energy Technologies AK Supply has 27 years of power, equipment and construction experience in Alaska supporting federal, state and private industries. AK Supply provides fuel cell and power supply support to the Department of Defense, Department of Natural Resources, Alaska Railroad, Federal Aviation Administration and General Communications, Inc. (cell phone service) as well as a host of private customers. AK Supply also provides composite foundations, structures, modules and towers across Alaska, the lower 48 and internationally.

AK Supply has offices in Hawaii, Alaska and West Virginia. With a renewed focus on Alaska's growing power shortages and challenges, AK Supply is poised to promote the new hybrid power technology across Alaska to reduce cost of power and a promote a reduction of the carbon footprint. AK Supply spearheaded Arctic testing of the first deployment of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells in Alaska near Tok, Alaska.


Phone: 907-229-0811

Address: 800 King Street, Anchorage, AK 99518
 University of Texas at AustinJanet Ellzey Academic Other Energy Technologies The University of Texas at Austin brings together extensive expertise in both combustion and additive manufacturing to advance the development of complex and innovative combustion devices. The Laboratory for Freeform Fabrication (LFF) has a long history of developing and disseminating additive manufacturing processes that enable exceptional improvement in the manufacture of geometrically and functionally complex objects. These objects can have spatially varying materials and microstructures oversize ranges from the nano- to the macro scale. The Combustion Group has worked for over 20 years in the development of novel combustors, thermal oxidizers, and fuel reformers. We are currently collaborating to apply laser sintering to the manufacture of complex combustor designs. This involves the development of materials systems that can be used in the additive manufacturing process and can withstand the temperatures and stresses of the combustion environment.


Phone: 512 471 7020

Address: ETC 7.148B, 204 E Dean Keeton, Austin, TX 78712
 Pacific Northwest National LaboratoryCharles Freeman Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) Power Generation and Energy Production: Fossil/Nuclear PNNL Process Engineering Core Capabilities
PNNL is recognized internationally for its Chemical and Process Engineering capabilities that translate scientific discovery and early designs into innovative, first-of-a-kind chemical and energy processes. We develop materials, unit operations and chemical processes at scales ranging from bench-scale through full-scale demonstrations. We have over 50 chemical engineers plus mechanical engineers and chemists specializing in catalysis and reaction engineering, gas and liquid phase separations, heat exchange, process intensification, fluid dynamics and mixing, thermal mechanical modeling, flowsheet development and modeling, and techno-economic analyses.
POC: Charles Freeman, 509-375-6368,

PNNL Solid-Oxide Fuel Cell Capability
PNNL’s experience in solid oxide fuel cell technology, which dates back to 1987, encompasses all aspects of the technology, from fundamental materials development/characterization to design, fabrication, and testing of complete power systems. PNNL’s high temperature electrochemistry laboratories contain all the materials synthesis, processing, fabrication and testing equipment necessary to develop and test solid oxide fuel cells, stacks, and complete power systems. PNNL also has extensive experience in the development and application of SOFC modeling tools intended to optimize cell, stack, and system designs for high performance and long-term reliability.
POC: Jeff Stevenson, 509-372-4697,


Phone: 509-375-6368

Address: MS-IN K2-12, 908 Battelle Blvd, Richland, WA 99352
 General AtomicsJiping Zhang Large Business Other Energy Technologies GA is developing a technology to thermally decompose natural gas into hydrogen gas and elemental carbon without an external heat source, and using hydrogen to drive a fuel cell. GA is interested in partnering with entities with expertise in fuel cell development.


Phone: 858-880-8739

Address: 3550 General Atomics Ct. San Diego, CA 92121
 Georgia Tech Research InstituteComas Haynes Academic Other Energy Technologies Haynes has over two decades of research experience regarding “direct” hybrid fuel cell/gas turbine systems such as the one(s) emphasized within the associated ARPA-E programmatic goals. Haynes’ vast experience on the topic dates back to his graduate theses (i.e., Master’s and Ph.D.) focused upon computational simulation of hybrid systems and includes numerous articles on the subject (e.g., three journal and ten conference papers co-authored with DoE NETL HYPER personnel). Haynes’ group has been a pivotal partner to the United States Department of Energy Hybrid Simulator (HYPER) real-time cyber-physical simulation (CPS) attempts, and he led a long-standing (i.e., over five years) “sole source” award in support of HYPER’s simulation of novel cyber-physical system hybrid fuel cell/gas turbine systems. These systems have been officially touted by the Department of Energy as the means of attaining highest power generation efficiencies from fossil fuels. Dr. Haynes and his research group provided the fuel cells modeling expertise, hybrid systems insights and hardware-in-the-loop enablement to critically assist HYPER as the world’s first such simulator. This hybrid simulator has afforded researchers and developers dynamic interaction, performance and reliability data, and insights that were previously inaccessible.


Phone: 404-407-7578

Address: GTRI-ATASL; Atlanta, GA 30332-0823
 ATS-MER, LLCDr. Jim Withers Small Business Other Energy Technologies ATS-MER develops and produces advanced engineered materials as standard and custom metal alloys including grading from one composition to another and composites that include metal matrix with ceramic particulate and fibers; ceramic matrix composites of silicon carbide, boron carbide, silicon nitride, and the oxides as well as monolithic ceramics; carbon-carbon composites. Additive manufacturing is utilized to produce metals, composites and some ceramics. Metals and composites are customized for mechanical properties, hardness, thermal conductivity, coefficient of friction, etc. One example is to customize boiler tubing for 700 - 800°C corrosion resistance and high pressure operation.


Phone: 520-574-1980

Address: 7960 S. Kolb Rd., Tucson, AZ 85756
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