US DOE launches clean energy database

The US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Industrial Technologies Program has launched an online searchable database of project profiles on recycled energy projects across the US.

The database contains 130 project profiles and counting, all put together by the eight US DOE Regional Clean Energy Application Centers.

Each project profile, typically two pages in length, contains a project's site description, full technical details, reasons for installing recycled energy, unique aspects, results to date, lessons to share, and other relevant information.

The free online database allows searching for project profiles by market sector, state, technology type, system capacity, fuel type, thermal energy use, year installed, or any combination.

The DOE says the project profiles are written with the intent of showing other businesses in each market sector the benefits of recycled energy, educating policymakers about the economic benefits of clean energy in local districts, and showcasing local success stories.

You can access the database by click here.

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