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     Click this button to join to the Advanced Reactor Demostration (ARD) FOA Collaboration Hub! 

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Welcome to the ARD FOA Collaboration Hub!

This tool is provided as a service by the Department of Energy (DOE) through the GAIN initiative to parties interested in applying for funding under the ARD Funding Opportunity Number (FOA) DE-FOA-0002271. Use of the ARD Hub is entirely optional.

The ARD FOA Collaboration Hub is intended to foster collaborations between nuclear industry entities (e.g., technology developers, reactor vendors, fuel manufacturers, utilities and power producers, supply chain vendors, engineering/procurement/construction contractors, companies using non-electric power from reactors, universities, etc.) interested in designing, building, and operating advanced nuclear reactors who wish to form a consortium, a team, or to join a team that is submitting an application to the ARD FOA.

Here you can enter as much information as you feel is necessary to make a connection with a potential teaming partner. Your information will be shared on this page after a brief review by DOE.

Company Name *

Company Logo * (please upload a .png, .jpg, or .jpeg file type)

Company Website *

Preferred Point of Contact: (Name, email, and phone number) *

Relevant company expertise or capability: *

Interested in *
Looking for partners in (check all that apply): *

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Collaboration Goal (High level description of your company's involvement. What do you hope to achieve?): *

Any additional information: *

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