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No. 4, 2014
Information on energy and environmental sciences, sustainable electricity, buildings, manufacturing, and transportation.

No. 3, 2014
Information on sustainable electricity, buildings, and manufacturing, climate and environment.

No. 2, 2013
Environmental Intelligence - Answering big questions about environmental change begins with many small measurements.

 
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Sustainable Transportation Update

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July 2014
ORNL partners with automakers to supercharge the fuel injection design process using high performance computing. Plus, the Sustainable Transportation Program wins four R&D 100 Awards, licenses a new biofuel-to-hydrocarbon conversion technology, and collaborates with diesel manufacturers to increase engine efficiency.

April 2014
ORNL contributes to fuel efficiency gains and greenhouse gas emissions reductions for heavy-duty trucks through the 21st Century Truck Partnership’s SuperTruck initiative. The Cummins-Peterbilt SuperTruck makes a stop at ORNL. Plus, ORNL research informs new EPA emissions standards.

January 2014
ORNL and industry partner, Protochips, establishes enhanced microscopy for vehicle emission catalyst development. Plus, a DOT-funded driver behavior study will influence safety on America’s roadways.

 
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BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES UPDATE

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June 2014
ORNL’s inaugural issue of Building Technologies Update highlights a breakthrough in home refrigeration research, the new UT-ORNL Governor’s Chair for High Performance Energy Practices in Urban Environments, and a new research house for flexible field analysis.

September 2014
The DOE Building Technologies Office awarded funding for 15 total projects—8 of which include Oak Ridge National Laboratory building technologies researchers—that will contribute to advancing early-stage, breakthrough, energy-efficient solutions for buildings and homes.

 
 
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