Two Energetics publications won awards of merit in the 2015–2016 technical communications competition held by the Society for Technical Communication (STC) Washington, DC—Baltimore Chapter. These awards honor printed and electronic communications that demonstrate superior writing, editing, organization, and design.
Energetics’ technical staff, communications specialists, and print and web designers developed the winning publications in collaboration with clients at the U.S. Department of Energy. These products help our clients reach key audiences to increase engagement and inform complex decision making.
Annual Report 2013–2014: Accomplishments of the U.S.–China Clean Energy Research Center. This report provides an overview of the research and development (R&D) accomplishments of the U.S.–China Clean Energy Research Center (CERC) from July 2013–September 2014. Judges commended this report for being clear, visually appealing, and very well organized. View report.
Infographics: Integrated Biorefineries. These four infographics were designed to raise awareness of the U.S. Department of Energy’s role in launching four of the first large-scale U.S. biorefineries that are currently transforming non-edible biomass into useful biofuels and other products. Each infographic presents a simple overview of the biorefinery inputs, processes, outputs, benefits, and milestones. Judges praised the infographics, calling them interesting and well presented with an attractive design theme, with one judge noting, “This entry does show that a picture is worth a thousand words.” View each of the four infographics:
Energetics develops outstanding technical communications by combining in-house writing, editing, graphic design, and social media expertise with a deep knowledge of science, technology, and policy. Since 2006, STC has honored our publications with a total of 45 awards, including awards at the regional and international levels.
STC is an individual membership organization dedicated to advancing the arts and sciences of technical communication. For more information on the Washington, DC, chapter, visit www.stcwdc.org.
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