SunShot Incubator Soft Cost Awardees


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A number of people have asked about who else is working to reduce soft costs. Here’s document the DOE SunShot team put together with information about all the recent SunShot Incubator awardee’s and their projects. We are please to be in such good company.

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Here’s the SunShot Soft Cost Incubator Awardees PDF document hosted on Scribd.

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