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Chemical & Engineering News interviewed PNNL's Chongmin Wang as an outside expert for a story on a new way to image lithium ions. 08.03.17

Machine Design and Green Car Congress reported on four new programs funded by DOE to advance lighter weight vehicles with industry. 08.02.17

Automated Buildings published an essay about PNNL’s energy management platform VOLTTRON. 08.01.17

Next Big Future noted that PNNL is working with Marine BioEnergy to convert kelp into biofuel in a story about the company’s plans to grow kelp with an autonomous underwater vehicle. 07.31.17

Facilities Management Link reported on the Sensor Suitcase, a building energy efficiency technology jointly developed by PNNL and LBNL. 07.28.17 

Northwest Public Radio quoted PNNL’s Robert Mueller and Daniel Deng in a story about PNNL’s fish-tracking tag designed especially for Pacific lamprey. The story also aired on Seattle’s KUOW-FM and Oregon Public Broadcasting. 07.28.17

MIT Technology Review quoted PNNL’s Michael Kintner-Meyer and cited a 2007 PNNL study that found the U.S. grid could reliably charge 84 percent of the nation’s cars, pickups and SUVs in a story about the potential for electric vehicles to become mainstream. 07.28.17

NanoWerk posted a story on PNNL’s MOF research that shows a certain Metal Organic Framework material may ultimately help lower energy consumption for air cooling by holding onto large amounts of refrigerant gasses as reported in the Journal of the American Chemical Society. 07.28.17

Solar Novus Today reported that PNNL’s Nora Wang was a juror for DOE’s Solar Decatholon collegiate solar building competition. 07.25.17

Smart Grid Today quoted PNNL’s Jeff Dagle, who served on a National Academy of Science committee charged with recommending strategies and priories for a more resilient power grid. The same story was published by Daily Energy Insider. 07.21.17

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