The roadmap presents four concrete research and development projects to develop next-generation pulping solutions.
This document is a key resource for the U.S. pulp and paper industry to develop cost-effective technical solutions to significantly reduce energy use and improve resource efficiency of chemical pulping.
Energetics worked with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Vehicle Technologies Office to hold an information-gathering workshop and develop a technical report to address a special Congressional reporting requirement on dual fuel and alternative fuel technologies for heavy trucks.
Orchestration of meeting logistics for four regional workshops held across the nation and a national summit to develop an industry-driven vision of the electric grid in 2030.
Technical writing and editing support for reports synthesizing the output following each workshop, as well as a final report highlighting recommendations and actions for transitioning to the future grid.
Energetics’ professional facilitators helped multi-disciplinary groups identify, organize, and prioritize their ideas to leverage resources for research and expedite progress in realizing the broad social and economic benefits of metal-based 3D printing.