Help Solve the Critical Challenge of our Time

Applications for Cohort 6 fellowships will be accepted from September 21, 2021 through 5 p.m. Central Time on October 31, 2021. Read the FAQs to learn more. If you’d like to apply, click here.

Info Webinars

REGISTER HERE TO ATTEND COHORT 6 INFO WEBINARS

To help answer questions about the program, we’re hosting a series of webinars for Cohort 6 applicants. Mark your calendar for the dates below.

Wednesday, August 25, 11 a.m. Central

Tuesday, September 14, 7 p.m. Central

Friday, October 1, 10 a.m. Central

Thursday, October 21, 3 p.m. Central

 

Have a startup that’s focused on Building Technologies? Learn how you can be supported in our program. Watch DOE EERE BTO Video

 

Can your clean energy technology help solve climate change?

It takes a special type of innovator to tackle the world’s greatest challenges in clean energy. And it takes a special type of program to help that innovator succeed.

Chain Reaction Innovations (CRI) wants to ensure innovators who are pursuing transformational technologies thrive by offering an unparalleled level of support that bridges the chasm between the creation of an idea and its readiness for the marketplace.

Most energy- and science-based technology ideas wither and die in this void, unable to secure the financial, technical, and business support required to endure the long development and initial prototype phases. CRI provides this support system for the best and brightest innovators. Learn about the benefits here.

CRI accepts applications for its two-year fellowship in technology areas that leverage the vast resources and specialty focus areas at Argonne.


Argonne Chain Reaction Innovations: John Carlisle, Director of Chain Reaction Innovations, talks how CRI provides a unique opportunity to energy entrepreneurs to move their tech to market.

Become a part of Chain Reaction Innovations

 

  • Read the CRI FAQ
  • Attend an info webinar for tips on applying for Cohort 6
  • Browse the Argonne website to learn how your clean energy technology could utilize world-class scientific resources