Tag Archives: DOE

Barely Budging

Cuts looking more like slashes in latest budget proposal A new budget proposal for 2018 drafted by the White House was formally announced Tuesday, including significant cuts to the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Agency (predictably), as well as the advanced manufacturing industry. The proposal includes a 70% cut to the Office of Energy […]

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Protect Ya Neck

Proposed EPA cuts aim for the jugular of clean and green The White House announced plans on February 28th to reduce the EPA’s budget by 25%. This alone was enough to raise nervousness among fervent supporters of the organization, which includes the entire renewable energy industry. Half a month later, the word on the street […]

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Lucky Thirteen

Energy Department announces $25 million for innovative motors Good news for the electric motor sector, as the U.S. Department of Energy announced Monday nearly $25 million for 13 projects aimed at advancing technologies for energy-efficient electric motors through applied R&D. The projects will be distributed between a variety of college institutions and businesses and will specifically target […]

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Sold…to the Highest Gridder

DOE releases modernization proposal Our country’s energy grid appears primed to undergo a hefty makeover. The Department of Energy released an extensive multi-year blueprint for its Grid Modernization Plan this past week, expected to foster greater reliability and security. According to an Energy.gov press release, the proposed $220 million Grid Modernization Initiative is designed as […]

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