KeyLogic Systems, an information technology company in West Virginia, has won a Department of Energy contract worth nearly $100 million to provide strategic analysis support services to the National Energy Technology Laboratory.
DOE announced the award of the cost-plus-award-fee contract in a notice posted Wednesday on SAM.gov.
Work covers support to NETL in various areas such as program planning, systems analysis and engineering, laboratory-wide strategic planning and partnerships.
KeyLogic will help laboratory personnel assess novel energy technology, create and enhance energy models, develop sponsorships and partnerships and oversee technology transfer.
NETL will also receive technical expertise associated with carbon management, sustainable energy, water treatment, electricity grid, fuel and energy storage and other applications.
The contract has a three-year base period of performance and two option years.