DOE chooses 9 organizations to help industrial facilities implement onsite energy technologies

July 24, 2023
According to the DOE, $23 million will be used to fund technical assistance activities that are designed to speed up the implementation of clean energy technologies.

The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Industrial Efficiency and Decarbonization Office (IEDO) has chosen nine organizations to build a network of Technical Assistance Partnerships (TAPs). These partnerships will help industrial companies establish onsite energy technologies. According to the DOE, $23 million will be used to fund technical assistance activities that are designed to speed up the implementation of clean energy technologies.

The eight regional organizations selected will act as the primary point of contact for end-users and other stakeholders. The University of Connecticut, the only national selectee, will serve as the Onsite Energy Technical Analysis and Support Center (TASC). The selectees will provide help to plants interested in onsite energy technologies through site screenings, identifying onsite energy opportunities, and providing analytics to support these projects. 

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