TEAMER accelerates the viability of marine renewables by providing access to the nation’s best facilities and expertise in order to solve challenges, build knowledge, foster innovation and drive commercialization.

Are you a marine energy technology developer trying to bring your device to market? TEAMER can provide expertise and testing through our network of facility partners to support your efforts!


Applications for Request for Technical Support (RFTS) 11 are being accepted through November 3, 2023. Investigate available facilities and capabilities, check out our FAQs, and if you still have questions, ask away.


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RFTS 10—Thank you!

After crunching the numbers, we are excited to share that RFTS 10 had more applicants than any other past RFTS! This means we have more work than normal, but rest assured we are moving as quickly as possible to review your applications and provide feedback on next steps. Thank you for your patience—and for your hard work and dedication in reaching this point and setting a new TEAMER milestone.

Webinar on Updated Application Process/Criteria

On Thursday, October 6 at 11 a.m. Pacific, we presented a webinar on the TEAMER application process that was updated as of RFTS 7. We covered the more detailed technical approach requiring additional collaboration with the TEAMER Facility member, along with the updated review criteria. If you were unable to attend, please view the recorded webinar.

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