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News Archives - 2009


Listen Up! Pump System Performance Audio Web Briefing This Month
DOE Assessment Identifies 30% Energy Savings for Verizon Data Center
DOE Awards 16 Energy Savings Performance Contracts
Save Energy Now Surpasses 2008 Assessment Goals
New Software Tools Released to Help Identify Energy Savings Opportunities
EIA: Energy Prices to Stay Low Through 2009, but Rise in 2010
DOE Awards $9 Million to Boost Combined Heat and Power Technologies for U.S. Industry
DOE Awards $30 Million to Develop Technologies to Enable Industrial Use of Alternative Fuels


U.S. Petroleum Demand Dropped 6% in 2008, Says Oil Industry
DOE Awards $40 Million for Industrial Use of Alternative Fuels, CHP
Economic Stimulus Act Extends Renewable Energy Tax Credits
Northwest Food Processors Association Commits to Save Energy Now
Northwest Food Processors Aim to Reduce Energy Intensity by 25%
DOE Issues Solicitation for Save Energy Now Technical Assistance and Plant Assessment Program


DOE Awards Funding to 12 State Entities for Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs
DOE Issues Notice of Intent for CHP, District Energy, and Industrial Energy Efficiency Projects
Free ITP Thursday Webcasts on Industrial Energy Efficiency
Pump Up Your Pumping System Knowledge with Webinars from the Hydraulic Institute
New Report Highlights Opportunities for Combined Heat and Power in Data Centers
DOE to Award $3.2 Billion in Energy Efficiency Block Grants
Apply Now for Clean Energy Application Centers Solicitation
New Release Date for Data Center Funding Opportunity


Owens Corning and Silicon Valley Power Team Up to Save Energy
DOE and Uptime Institute Recognize Leaders in Data Center Energy Efficiency
NYSERDA Issues RFP for Focus on Industrial and Process
Read the Spring 2009 Issue of Energy Matters!


Attend IETC for Energy Solutions
Free Thursday Webcasts in May
ITP Releases Draft Information and Communication Technology Vision and Roadmap
U.S. Energy-Related Carbon Dioxide Emissions Declined 2.8% in 2008


Secretary Chu Announces $256 Million Investment to Improve the Energy Efficiency of the American Economy
Industry Receives $256 Million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Funding
Apply Now for Energy Efficient Information and Communication Technology Solicitation
Apply Now for Industrial Energy Efficiency Solicitation
Industrial Energy Efficiency Grand Challenge Solicitation Now Open
More Than $154 Million Awarded to Four State Energy Programs Benefitting Industry and Consumers


Apply Now for Research, Development, and Demonstration of CHP Systems Solicitation


ITP Launches New Data Center Efficiency Web Site
Advanced Energy Manufacturing Tax Credit - Submit Your Application by September 16, 2009
DOE Offers $37 Million for Clean Energy Research at Small Businesses


Reports Find Huge Potential to Cut Energy Use in the United States
DOE Recognizes Midwest Industrial Efficiency Leaders
Energy Efficiency Leaders Recognized at Midwest Exchange
EPA Finalizes Greenhouse Gas Reporting Requirements for Large Emitters


EPA Aims to Limit Greenhouse Gas Regulations to Large Facilities
DOE Hosts Free Webinar on Fuels Flexibility on October 20, 2009


Secretary Chu Announces More than $155 Million for Industrial Energy Efficiency Projects
DOE Awards $155 Million to 41 Industrial Energy Efficiency Projects
DOE Industrial Technologies Program Presents Save Energy Now Awards
EIA: Oil and Fuel Prices on Their Way Up as Economy Recovers
DOE to Invest $18 Million in Small Businesses Focused on Clean Energy
DOE Awards $620 Million for Smart Grid and Energy Storage Projects


DOE Launches Save Energy Now LEADER Program with 32 Companies
DOE Launches Save Energy Now LEADER Program with 32 Companies
President Obama Proposes Home Energy Retrofit Program for Job Creation
United States to Help Deploy Clean Energy in Developing Countries
California Releases Preliminary Rules for GHG Cap-and-Trade Program
2010 Industrial Utility Webinar Series