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Here at ITN, we scour the web to create a hand-picked list of opportunities that may be relevant to an academic project or collaboration with a business partner. By understanding your business focus or applied research interests, we can better identify funding opportunities that may be of interest to you. This is by no means an exhaustive list, however, it does cover a variety of research areas and industry segments.

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Clean Energy Opportunities for April 2013

White House Targets Clean Energy Manufacturing to Boost U.S. Competitiveness

Last week the Obama administration launched a new Clean Energy Manufacturing Initiative housed within the Department of Energy. The initiative will use public-private partnerships to drive an open-source, "smart" manufacturing network that will help U.S. clean energy manufacturing firms reduce costs, increase competitiveness, and boost productivity. Read more.


The Opportunity in Clean Energy Manufacturing

Over the last several years, global investment in the clean energy sector has risen nearly fivefold, growing from $54 billion in 2004 to $269 billion world-wide in 2012. The United States faces a stark choice: the energy technologies of the future can be developed and manufactured in America for export around the world, or we can cede global leadership and import those technologies from China, Germany, and elsewhere.

The Clean Energy Manufacturing Initiative will strategically focus and rally EERE's clean energy technology offices and Advanced Manufacturing Office around the urgent competitive opportunity for the United States to be the leader in the clean energy manufacturing industries and jobs of today and tomorrow. This initiative will bring together a wide array of relevant EERE and Department of Energy offices, federal agencies, research institutions, and private sector partners to map out and implement a strategy to ensure that U.S. manufacturers are competitive in the global marketplace