DOE Awards $57.9 Million to Decarbonization Projects

Funds 30 projects for clean energy manufacturing.

The Department of Energy has awarded $57.9 million to 30 scientific projects aimed at decarbonizing American manufacturing. The industrial sector accounts for one-third of all of America’s greenhouse gas emissions. Projects focused on clean energy systems, next-generation manufacturing processes, and the creation of advanced manufacturing materials will greatly aid President Biden’s administration in reaching its goal of net-zero emissions by 2050.

“Decarbonizing American industry while expanding our capacity to manufacture clean energy technologies is the surest way to meet the nation’s climate and economic goals,” said Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm. “The technologies funded through this investment will improve productivity, energy efficiency, and competitiveness across America’s industrial sector, creating good-paying jobs for American workers.” 

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For Secretary Granholm to look to God for wisdom as the department funds decarbonization projects.
  • For U.S. manufacturers as they develop clean renewable energy production.
  • For God to be glorified and magnified through the efforts of the administration to transition energy sources.

Sources: Department of Energy


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