Assistant Secretary David Danielson today announced the second round of funding for our Technologist in Residence program, which aims to strengthen lab-industry collaboration and bolster America's competitiveness in manufacturing.
The Modular Chemical Process Intensification Institute will focus on increasing the energy efficiency of manufacturing processes across an array of U.S. industries, including ethylene for plastics and biofuels used in sustainable transportation.
Amped Up! magazine features the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy’s growing influence on the efficiency space from appliance standards and federal sustainability goals to smart manufacturing and energy audit webisodes!
SunShot will make $25 million available through our Grid Modernization Initiative to help software developers, solar companies, and utilities tackle the challenge of integrating solar energy into the grid.
Read this blog post from our Assistant Secretary David Danielson and Advanced Manufacturing Office Director Mark Johnson touting the program's recent successes and the next group of entrepreneurial researchers who will advance technologies beyond the lab.