Wisconsin Signs MOU with OIT
November 9, 2001
Wisconsin Governor Scott McCallum and DOE Office of Industrial Technologies (OIT) Deputy Assistant Secretary, Denise Swink, signed a emorandum of Understanding(MOU) on October 24th in Waukesha, WI. The MOU signifies a formal commitment between the State of Wisconsin and DOE to participate in OIT State Industries of the Future program.
nbsp;Brian Mitchell, Executive Director, Wisconsin Cast Metals
nbsp;Edward J. Wilusz, Director of Government Relations, Wisconsin Paper Council
nbsp;Thomas Zinnen, Education Specialist, Plant Biotechnology; Energy Center of Wisconsin
nbsp;Sandy Glatt, OIT States Team Leader
nbsp;Brian Olsen, DOE Chicago Regional Office
OIT mission is to support the development and deployment of advanced energy efficiency, renewable energy, and pollution prevention technologies for industrial application. OIT portfolio addresses the needs of the nine most energy-intensive IOFs including agriculture, aluminum, chemicals, forest products, glass, metal casting, mining, petroleum, and steel.
OIT State Industries of the Future program helps extend the resources and accomplishments of the national IOF strategy to a larger and more comprehensive set of customers including local industry (especially many smaller businesses and manufacturers who cannot participate at the national level), academia, and state agencies.
For more information on the State of Wisconsin emorandum of Understandingor OIT State IOF program, please contact Sandy Glatt at 202-586-3897 or email@example.com