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In stories on turning seawater into drinking water, the U.K.’s International Business Times and BBC News quoted PNNL’s Ram Devanathan and his article that was published in Nature Nanotechnology. 04.03.17

North American Clean Energy, Penn Energy, and The Herald of Everett, Wash., reported that a vanadium flow battery based on PNNL electrolyte chemistry was installed at a Snohomish PUD substation as part of a Washington state-funded energy storage project. 03.30.17

Daily Energy Insider reported that Henry Huang was elected to the rank of fellow at IEEE. 03.24.

Public Power Daily noted that PNNL’s Carl Imhoff testified before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, speaking on opportunities to improve American energy infrastructure. 03.21.17

The Tri-City Herald reported that PNNL’s Yong Wang received the American Chemical Society’s annual Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Division fellow award. 03.19.17

Biomass Magazine reported that PNNL is working with Sandia and others on a multi-lab project to discover the best algae strains for biofuel production. 03.16.17 posted that PNNL will lead the Exascale Co-Design Center, titled “ExaGraph: Combinatorial Methods for Enabling Exascale Applications Co-Design Center.” 03.15.17

Water Power West noted PNNL provided computational fluid dynamics assistance to small hydro startup Percheron Power through DOE’s Small Business Vouchers program. 03.14.17

Yahoo Finance reported that ADI Energy collaborated with Phillips and PNNL to install LED lighting in DOE’s Forrestal Building in Washington, D.C. 03.13.17

Smart Grid Observer reports that PNNL chief grid architect Jeff Taft will be a speaker at the second Grid Modernization Forum in April in Chicago. 03.13.17

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