DOE Awards $26 Million to Develop Energy-Efficient Industrial Processes
August 28, 2008
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded $26.6 million in federal funding over three years, leveraged with an additional $15.3 million in cost-shared funds provided by award recipients and their industry partners, to develop energy-efficient industrial processes in energy-intensive industries.
Companies that were awarded funding proposed cost-shared research and development of transformational industrial processes and equipment that will reduce the U.S. manufacturing industry’s energy intensity and carbon footprint. Processes and technologies that can be commercialized in the next five to seven years were given preference during the awarding process.
See the DOE press release for a complete listing of awards, companies, universities, national laboratories, and other partners.