Forty-six projects in 23 states, including ones to support carbon capture processes, are set to receive funding from the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) to stimulate technological innovation and improve energy productivity. 

Department of Energy

The total funding, estimated at $123.6 million, along with $44.7 million in cost sharing by states, is designed to allow cutting edge products to be manufactured in the United States.

“Bolstering domestic manufacturing helps make the U.S. economy stronger,” said EERE Assistant Secretary Daniel R Simmons. “These projects will advance DOE’s goal of enhancing manufacturing competitiveness through technological innovation, while helping sustain American leadership in advanced manufacturing.”