Advanced Manufacturing Partnership (AMP)
AMP is guided by a Steering Committee, which operates within the framework of President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) and is comprised of leading experts from industry and academia. AMP's success requires engagement with diverse stakeholders – businesses, educational institutions, labor organizations, government agencies, and professional associations. Get involved by sharing your ideas with AMP and taking part in AMP's events.
Our diverse stakeholders help to promote energy efficiency, deliver resources and training, and catalyze continuous improvements in energy performance. Our partnerships leverage resources, create synergies, and accelerate delivery of energy and economic benefits across multiple sectors.
Partner with Us
Partner with us to research, develop, and deploy innovative manufacturing technologies that save energy. Access technical expertise to improve energy management in your facility, be recognized for your energy performance, or participate in multi-agency programs, among other activities.
Manufacturers can work with a variety of our partners:
Participate with AMO and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in fostering innovative, high-quality technologies and interdisciplinary research.
Join the multi-agency E3 Initiative to bridge the information gap on integrating practical, sustainable approaches into small and medium-sized manufacturing operations.
Scientists and engineers at DOE national laboratories conduct research supporting our mission:
- Argonne National Laboratory
- Idaho National Laboratory
- Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
- National Energy Technology Laboratory
- National Renewable Energy Laboratory
- Oak Ridge National Laboratory
- Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
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Take the Better Plants Challenge and join leading CEOs, university presidents, and state and local leaders to create American jobs through energy efficiency.
Learn from Challenge Partners' models to cost-effectively pursue innovative approaches to energy efficiency.
Join Better Plants Program Partners and publicly pledge energy savings goals.
States and Utilities
Use our State Incentives and Resource Database to learn about rebates, loans, utility programs, and other resources available in your state.
University-based Industrial Assessment Centers around the country provide eligible small and mid-sized manufacturers with no-cost energy assessments.
Many universities are actively involved in our collaborative, cost-shared Research & Development projects.
By partnering with us, you will join a forward-thinking group of manufacturers in supporting energy-efficient technologies and practices that increase the sector's global competitiveness. To learn more, see our Information Resources.