Description

On June 16th, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced the selection of 30 projects that would receive $57.9 million in funding from the Advanced Manufacturing Office (AMO).

The selected projects will help decarbonize the U.S. industrial sector, advance clean energy manufacturing, and improve America’s economic competitiveness. These projects will advance manufacturing innovations needed to drive economy-wide reductions in carbon emissions.

Topic Areas

Manufacturing Process Innovation

Description: Next-generation manufacturing processes that improve energy efficiency to reduce the carbon footprint of energy-intensive industries or reduce manufacturing costs and improve material and product performance.

Number of selectees: 10

Amount Awarded: $25,847,161

Advanced Materials Manufacturing

Description: Advanced materials manufacturing to develop and produce novel materials with improved properties, including materials that will reduce the operating and maintenance costs of wind turbines and extend the lifetime of components operating in hydrogen environments.

Number of selectees: 14

Amount Awarded: $24,599,628 million

Energy Systems

Description: Innovative manufacturing processes for lithium-ion batteries to enhance safety and reduce cost and time-to-market.

Number of selectees: 6

Amount Awarded: $7,477,663 million