U.S. Department of Energy - Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Advanced Manufacturing Office – State and Regional Partnerships
State and Regional Partnership Resources
The Advanced Manufacturing Office (AMO) can provide state and regional entities with expanded access to AMO resources and technical assistance. AMO will work with these organizations to develop local industrial energy efficiency programs and initiatives. AMO tools and resources can be utilized and transferred to meet local partner needs.
AMO has made available the following partnership tools, documents, and resources to expand state, regional, and local organizations' reach and offerings to industrial customers:
State and Regional Exchanges
Get involved in upcoming state or regional events, and learn about key outcomes of recent regional industrial energy efficiency exchange meetings by visiting the State and Regional Exchanges page.
Technical Reports and Analyses
Read technical reports, analyses, and other documents focused on state and regional issues on the Technical Reports and Analyses page.
Visit the Training page to find out how to participate in a training, host a training in your area, or find resources for your organization's stakeholders.
Additional resources available for AMO partners:
Industrial companies can make a voluntary commitment to reduce their energy intensity by 25% or more in 10 years and become a Save Energy Now LEADER. LEADER Companies can receive enhanced access to AMO tools, resources, and technical assistance.
AMO's state, utility, laboratory, university, and nonprofit partners can also make a voluntary commitment to help industrial companies reduce their energy intensity. ALLY Organizations offer financial and technical resources that support industrial energy efficiency.
AMO sponsors assessments for large- and medium-sized industrial plants and has trained a network of Qualified Specialists throughout the country that are trained to perform assessments and make efficiency recommendations.
- Sponsor an industrial plant assessment in your state to encourage local industry to save energy and reduce emissions.
AMO enters into Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) with states and other organizations to work collaboratively and leverage resources that bring energy efficiency opportunities to the industrial stakeholders.