Department of Energy Devotes $3M to Use of Supercomputers

Department of Energy Devotes $3M to Use of Supercomputers

This week the Department of Energy (DOE) announced the availability of $3 million that will go towards the use of supercomputers at the department’s national laboratories in an effort to tackle manufacturing challenges. The initiative, known as the High Performance Computing for Manufacturing (HPC4Mfg) Program … Read more…

DOE Awards $3.9M to Ford, GE, Others, to Research Energy Efficiency in Supercomputing

DOE Awards $3.9M to Ford, GE, Others, to Research Energy Efficiency in Supercomputing

The US Department of Energy has announced nearly $3.9 million for 13 projects designed to stimulate the use of high performance supercomputing in US manufacturing. The program (confusingly acronymed HPC4Mfg) hopes to spur innovation in US manufacturing through the adoption of high performance computing to advance applied science and technology in order to … Read more…

Leading Players in Smart Glass and Window Sector Explore Applications Beyond the Conventional

Leading Players in Smart Glass and Window Sector Explore Applications Beyond the Conventional

Rising concerns about energy efficiency among construction companies, building managers, and owners – as well as across the automotive, marine, and power generation sectors – have been fueling demand for smart glass and windows.

Three More Apple Suppliers Take the ‘100% Renewables’ Pledge

Three More Apple Suppliers Take the ‘100% Renewables’ Pledge

Three more Apple suppliers have committed to using 100 percent renewable energy to manufacture components for the Cupertino, California-based technology titan, an executive of the company told Bloomberg Technology on April 13.

Toyota Installs Largest Corporate On-Site Solar Power System in Texas

Toyota Installs Largest Corporate On-Site Solar Power System in Texas

Installation of an 8.79-MW solar generation system is underway at Toyota Motor North America’s new headquarters in Plano, Texas, the automaker announced on April 10.

Florida Steel Plant Installs Half-Megawatt Solar System for Substantial Savings

Florida Steel Plant Installs Half-Megawatt Solar System for Substantial Savings

Tampa Tank Inc.-Florida Structural Steel (TTI-FSS), a steel fabrication company, has completed installation of a 507-kW solar system at one of its three Tampa-based manufacturing facilities. The new platform is expected to save the company up to $80,000 in energy costs the first year by drawing power initially from the solar installation; and secondly, from local supplier TECO Energy.

Yale Joins REMADE Institute Team, Aiming to Improve Manufacuturing Energy Efficiency 50% by 2027

Yale Joins REMADE Institute Team, Aiming to Improve Manufacuturing Energy Efficiency 50% by 2027

Along with experts from 25 other universities, 44 companies, seven national labs, and 26 industry trade associations and foundations, researchers from the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies (F&ES) will play a pivotal role in a new U.S.-funded consortium that will aim to improve the energy efficiency of the nation’s industrial manufacturing processes by 50 percent by 2027, the university announced on February 8.

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