The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is offering $25 million in funding to support energy sector cybersecurity. DOE is seeking applications to conduct research, development and demonstration for innovative approaches to advance cyber resilient energy delivery systems, according to the agency's funding opportunity announcement. Selected projects will promote the advancement of technologies in redesign for cyber-resilient architecture-electric and oil and natural gas (ONG) subsectors, cybersecurity for the ONG environment, cybersecure communications, cybersecure cloud-based technologies in the operation technology environment, and innovative technologies that enhance cybersecurity in the energy sector. Applications are due by June 18.