Self-Assessment: Focus Your Clean Energy Efforts

In collaboration with project partners, the Clean Energy Manufacturing (CEMfg) initiative has developed a comprehensive self-assessment for small and medium manufacturers in the tri-state region to evaluate the current level of awareness and opportunities available in the clean energy transition. The self-assessment involves two different avenues, supply chain and greener factories, to allow manufacturers to

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Transition to a More Efficient Clean Energy Supply Chain

By 3R Building Sustainability The clean energy sector and the clean energy transition are in a state of constant development as technology innovations continue to expand. It can be overwhelming to keep up with the changing state of innovations, terms, regulations, and best practices around clean energy in an information heavy environment and our modern,

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Submit Your Product to the Technology + Manufacturing Showcase

By Matt Henderson The Technology + Manufacturing Showcase is an opportunity for manufacturing companies to present new products or solutions to the energy industry and its service providers. Entries will be reviewed by industry leaders and up to six applicants will participate in the showcase at the Appalachian Energy and Innovation Collaborative event on September

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Clean Energy Manufacturing – We Make it Here

By Katie Klaber It would be an understatement to say that the Clean Energy industry is having its time in the spotlight.  Everywhere we look, there is activity, spurred by a combination of carbon reduction goals, public funding, and a retooling of an industry – energy – that impacts each of us in our everyday

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DOE Announces $45 Million for Carbon Capture, Transport and Storage to Reduce Carbon Pollution

NETL.DOE.gov – May 22, 2023 The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management (FECM) and National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) announced up to $45.5 million in funding available to advance carbon dioxide (CO2) capture technologies and help establish the foundation for a successful carbon transport and storage industry in the United

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NETL Publishes New Baseline Study Report on the Flexibility Attributes of Commercial Natural Gas Power Generation Technologies

NETL.DOE.gov – May 30, 2023 To address the data needs of energy system designers and to serve as a baseline for research and development, NETL has carried out a study to characterize the flexibility attributes – both performance and cost – of nine common commercial natural gas-fueled electricity generating units.Read the full article at NETL.DOE.gov

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NETL Supports Liftoff of Airborne Technology to Monitor Carbon Storage Sites

A team led by NETL researchers recently launched airborne technology at a commercial-scale carbon dioxide (CO2) geologic storage site in Mississippi to complete a first-of-its-kind electromagnetic survey and collect data needed to monitor greenhouse gas sequestered in the subsurface. Read the full article at NETL.DOE.gov

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Biden-Harris Administration Announces $13.5 Million Investment to Equitably Grow Solar Energy Workforce

As part of President Biden’s Investing in America agenda, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced 12 projects, whose work will span more than 13 states, selected for negotiation to launch training partnerships that expand the solar energy workforce in underserved and underrepresented communities, as well as create career pathways with thousands of good-paying

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U.S. Steel Expands Environmental Data Offerings

By Paul J. Gough at Pittsburgh Business Times – Jul 13, 2023 United States Steel Corp. is taking another step toward delineating more precise environmental data about some of its products. The Pittsburgh-based U.S. Steel (NYSE: X) said Thursday that it was offering environmental product declarations for hot-rolled, cold-rolled and corrosion-resistant flat-rolled products that were

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