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Your weekly AMO update
Advanced Manufacturing Office
November 22, 2017
- AMO’s Valri Lightner Discusses Role of Water in Manufacturing on the Hill
- AMO Partners Named Energy Sector Finalists for 2018 Forbes 30 Under 30
- Plant Engineering Magazine Details Programs to Improve Energy Performance
- PODCAST: Direct Current Tackles the Truth and Fabrications Behind Netflix’s “Stranger Things”
AMO’s Valri Lightner spoke about the critical role water plays in manufacturing at the House Manufacturing Caucus briefing. In addition, Valri highlighted partnerships and technology focus areas that AMO employs to address the challenges associated with water and manufacturing.
Watch the video to hear Valri’s presentation at the Critical Role of Water for Manufacturing Hill Briefing.
Forbes recently released its list of energy sector finalists for the 2018 30 Under 30, which included four from the Department of Energy’s Lab-Embedded Entrepreneurship Programs. These four innovators were selected among thousands of nominations and represent the most promising individuals within the energy industry.
Read more about the selected innovators here.
In an article published by Plant Engineering, researchers from Oak Ridge National Laboratory and AMO’s Sandy Glatt detailed industrial energy and training certification programs available for the major industrial energy systems commonly found in manufacturing facilities. Across compressed air, ammonia refrigeration, chilled water, steam, process heating, combined heat and power, pumps, and fan facilities, 48 certification programs were found including DOE’s Better Plants program’s In-Plant Trainings.
Read further to explore the various training and certification programs available that aim to maintain and improve facilities' energy performance.
Last year, Netflix's sci-fi hit "Stranger Things" called us out on being... well... a secretive agency. We set the record straight back then, but with season 2 coming out, there's more to the story.
From the real science behind the Upside Down to the mysterious death of a U.S. president, Direct Current’s latest episode pulls back the curtain on some of our deepest, darkest #EnergySecrets.
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