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No. 5, 2015
Information on the future of transportation, the electric grid, and producing biofuels from poplars.

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.

 
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Sustainable Transportation Update

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May 2015
Seven ORNL researchers receive prestigious awards from SAE International, while others are recognized by Department of Energy Assistant Secretary David Danielson for partnering with industry to bring new technologies to market. Plus, ORNL’s patented production process creates lithium-ion batteries using water in place of toxic solvents.

February 2015
ORNL licenses infrared weld inspection technology to APLAIR Manufacturing Systems, a Tennessee-based company that introduces technical solutions to the automotive and aerospace industries. Plus, researchers release new battery simulation software and develop a novel low-temperature catalyst.

October 2014
ORNL creates novel 3-D printed inverters with wide bandgap devices. Plus, researchers use neutrons to image the spray inside fuel injectors, and ORNL partners with Toyota on wireless charging for electric vehicles.

 
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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.

Building Technologies Experimental Capabilities and Apparatus Directory
ORNL Building Technologies Research and Integration Center (BTRIC) provides unique experimental capabilities needed to accelerate building energy efficiency solutions from concept to commercialization.

Building Technologies Research and Integration Center
Today, through the Building Technologies Research and Integration Center (BTRIC) and associated Centers of Excellence, ORNL applies its multidisciplinary science and technology expertise, state-of-the-art facilities, and partnership mechanisms to accelerate building energy efficiency solutions from concept to commercialization.

 
   
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