Our Clean Energy Manufacturing Initiative’s summit will help stakeholders tap a variety of clean energy manufacturing resources. The photo shows Suniva-made solar panels at Georgia Institute of Technology—featured organizations at the upcoming summit.
The Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation will focus on lowering the overall costs of advanced composites by 50% and increasing their recyclability to over 95% within ten years.
Northwest Energy Innovations switched on the first third-party-validated, grid-tied wave energy device in North American waters, a demonstration project furthering this promising resource for our nation’s low-carbon future.
The Energy Department’s Better Buildings Challenge now has over 250 partners representing 3.5 billion square feet, 650 manufacturing plants, 50 cities and states, and $5.5 billion in financing investments. Today, we recognized these leaders and expanded the program to include new water savings goals.