Technology Assessment Division
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- US Department of Energy Gulf Coast Clean Energy Application Center
The Gulf Coast Clean Energy Application Center encourages the deployment clean energy technologies in Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas through educating prospective end-users and policymakers and through providing project support. These technologies include Combined Heat and Power, Waste Heat Recovery and District Energy.
- Industrial Assessment Center at University of Louisiana at Lafayette
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette has been selected to continue as an regional Industrial Assessment Center (IAC) for another five years. The IAC program helps America’s small- to medium-sized manufacturers and industrial processors receive comprehensive, energy assessments of their operations, performed at no cost. For these assessments, DOE defines small and medium-sized manufacturers as those with annual energy costs between $100,000 and $2.5 million. Now is the time to schedule your FREE assessment.
- Baton Rouge Refinery Receives ENERGY STAR Award (pdf)
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency presented its ENERGY STAR Award to the ExxonMobil Baton Rouge Refinery for its efforts and improvements in energy efficiency.
- Save Energy Now
Save Energy Now is part of a national campaign, "Easy Ways to Save Energy," announced by the Secretary of Energy in 2005. The campaign educates the public about simple but effective energy choices, assists U.S. industry and the government in reducing energy use, and supports national goals for energy security.
- Industrial Technologies Program E-Bulletin
Your Online Connection to news and resources from DOE's Industrial Technologies Program (ITP). Each monthly edition brings you the latest industrial news highlights, and announcements about new tools and resources, training events, and project opportunities.