FUNDING & POLICY
September 8, 2008

DOE readies clean energy tech for market

The US Department of Energy has budgeted up to $7 million to seven of its national laboratories for clean energy technology commercialization. The money will be used for prototypes, demonstration projects and market research.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory will each get up to $1.5 million; Argonne National Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratory will each get up to $700,000; Los Alamos National Laboratory will get up to $600,000; and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory will get up to $500,000.


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