Energy Department invests $23M in energy-efficient manufacturing

04/2/2013 |

The Energy Department announced it will put about $23.5 million toward five new projects meant to help American manufacturers reduce energy use and costs, including developing a flexible energy-efficient tool to form sheet metal, a tool that will combine performance metrics and models with real-time plant data and a new room-temperature manufacturing process to replace hot stamping for lightweight steels.

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