- May 31 – Efficient Drilling for Geothermal Energy concept paper due (Topic area 3: Innovative Partnership)
- June 5 – Proposals for PLMA annual conference sessions due
- June 15 – ARPA-E Duration Addition to Electricity Storage project Notice of Intent due
- June 18 – Abstracts due for AESP 29th Annual Conference and Expo
- July 2 – ARPA-E Duration Addition to Electricity Storage project full application due
- July 16 – Efficient Drilling for Geothermal Energy full application due (Topic area 3: Innovative Partnership)
- July 31 – WaterSMART Grants: Small-Scale Water Efficiency Projects for Fiscal Year 2018
One of your best resources for the latest developments in clean energy and wise energy use (besides the Energy Services Bulletin, of course) is about to make some changes. Starting Nov. 10, the EERE Network News will become the EERE Weekly Digest of Clean Energy News and arrive in your inbox each Thursday.
There’s more: The new weekly newsletter will spotlight some of the fresher content offered by EERE, including videos and blogs. Browse the video gallery for short features on topics ranging from efficiency programs to technology to competition to financing. The EERE blog covers current Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy projects, interviews with energy experts and success stories about EERE’s technology offices and national laboratories.
If you don’t already subscribe to the EERE newsletter, there is no time like the present to change that. Just a sample of what you missed in this week’s issue includes stories on the 40th anniversary of the DOE National Weatherization Program and Zillow’s partnership with the Sunshot Initiative.
You can also subscribe to newsletters that focus on specific technology programs. Key accounts managers may be interested in advanced manufacturing or building technology updates. The FEMP Digest offers valuable news for facilities managers, federal and otherwise. For resource planners, publications on wind, solar, geothermal, bioenergy and fuel cells highlight activities, projects, events and education and funding opportunities.
The changes in the electric utility industry are coming hard and fast and can sometimes seem overwhelming. The EERE newsletters make it a little easier for busy professionals to keep up with—and maybe even get ahead of—the next big issues.
Source: EERE Network News, 11/2/16