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Department of Energy investing in green manufacturing

Graham Immerman
February 12, 2018

According to Modern Materials Handling, "The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced up to $35 million for 24 projects to support early-stage, innovative technologies and solutions in advanced manufacturing." Advancement in manufacturing is great for the whole country's economy! We know that amazing advancements will come from this research money. A complete list of the recipients is below!

● AK Steel Corporation
● Argonne National Laboratory
● Bio2Electric, LLC d.b.a. EcoCatalytic Technologies
● Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois
● Boston Electrometallurgical Corporation
● Colorado State University
● Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
● Energy & Environmental Research Center
● FeNix Magnetics, Inc.
● Idaho National Laboratory
● Iowa State University
● Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
● Massachusetts Institute of Technology
● Michigan State University
● Saint-Gobain Ceramics and Plastics, Inc.
● Solar Turbines Incorporated
● Starfire Industries LLC
● Temple University
● United Technologies Research Center
● University of California: Los Angeles
● University of Maryland: College Park
● University of Texas at Dallas
● Yale University
● Zyvex Labs, LLC

Department of Energy announces $35 million for research to address manufacturing challengesSource: http://www.mmh.com

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced up to $35 million for 24 projects to support early-stage, innovative technologies and solutions in advanced manufacturing. These projects were selected under an Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) Advanced Manufacturing Office funding opportunity, focused on advanced materials, advanced processes, and modeling and analysis tools for materials and manufacturing. Read More


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