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Global Geothermal News reported that the NEWGEN Consortium, which includes PNNL, will host a workshop in Oregon to discuss developing a proposal for drilling one of the hottest wells in the world near the Newberry Volcano. 08.29.17

NPR station KNKX in Tacoma interviewed PNNL Director Steven Ashby at the Clean Tech Alliance’s recent Seattle forum, where regional leaders emphasized the impact and importance of federal energy research funding. 08.28.17

InsideEVs reported that the PNNL-led Battery500 consortium has granted funding to 15 new battery technology projects. 08.27.17

The U.S. Army quoted PNNL’s Susan Loper in a story about PNNL helping implement rainwater harvesting at Army Reserve vehicle maintenance facilities in the U.S. 08.25.17 and ASM International covered PNNL’s new process for extruding magnesium tubes for use in vehicle production. The process uses less energy and enables greater material benefits. 08.23.17

The Sequim Gazette and Photonics reported on PNNL’s ThermalTracker software, which evaluates thermal video to identify birds and bats near offshore wind turbines. Peninsula Daily News republished the story. 08.23.17

Greentech Media quoted PNNL’s Michael Brambley in a story about the Sensor Suitcase, a building energy efficiency technology developed jointly by PNNL and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. 08.21.17  

GeekWire reported on Clean Energy Testbeds discussion of the transactive campus energy project—a regional partnership between PNNL, the University of Washington and Washington State University—to demonstrate technologies and measure to how buildings and campuses can create flexibility for the electric grid. 08.19.17

GCN quoted PNNL’s Deb Gracio in a story reporting that the National Institute of Standards and Technology updated its Framework and Roadmap for Smart Grid Interoperability Standards. 08.18.17

iConnect07 noted PNNL collaborated with Argonne National Laboratory to develop a non-aqueous flow battery for grid energy storage. 08.15.17

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