AMO Year in Review: A Clean Energy Future Made in America

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January 12, 2022

AMO Year in Review: A Clean Energy Future
Made in America

Throughout 2021, you’ve undoubtedly heard about our clean energy future from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). And as we mark the second year of a global pandemic and continue to confront the climate crisis, our clean energy future – a prosperous America powered by clean, affordable, and secure energy – might appear beyond reach. The Advanced Manufacturing Office (AMO) knows this future is possible and we’re committed to creating it right here in America. From making the products we rely on every day sustainably and with fewer emissions to manufacturing clean energy technologies like wind turbines and electric vehicle batteries, our clean energy future is made on the shop floor – one transformational idea at a time.

That’s why in 2021, AMO invested more than $332 million in industrial technical assistance, education and workforce development programs, and research and development at every stage of the supply chain. Alongside our partners from industry, academia, and U.S. the National Laboratories, AMO worked to decarbonize the industrial sector and manufacture clean energy technologies that will reduce emissions across the economy.

As we embark on a new year of manufacturing innovation, learn more about our major accomplishments in 2021.




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