Posts Tagged ‘department of energy’

Budget Deal Keeps EPA Fully Funded — For Now

May 3rd, 2017

On Monday, Congress released a $1.017 trillion spending bill that funds the federal government through September. The bill, which must be approved by Friday to avoid a government shutdown, doesn’t feature the deep cuts that President Trump had pushed for in the budget proposal he released in March. That plan called for drastic reductions to […]

Proposed DOE Cuts Would Eliminate Window Film Retrofit Programs

Mar 22nd, 2017

The 2018 budget proposal released last week by President Trump seeks $1.7 billion in cuts for the Department of Energy (DOE) — about 5.6 percent of its current funding. To achieve those reductions, the spending plan would eliminate several agencies, including the Advanced Research Project Agency-Energy (ARPA-E), which runs a program aimed at improving the […]

DOE Announces $1.6 Million Funding Program for Fenestration Attachments

Nov 13th, 2013

The Department of Energy’s Building Technologies Office (BTO) has announced it will fund up to $1.6 million to develop a program for its Certification of Rating and Attachments for Fenestration Technologies (CRAFT). “The FOA’s objective is to develop a program that creates a consistent set of energy performance-based rating and certification standards and program procedures, […]

DOE Considers Funding of Program for Attachment Systems

Jan 16th, 2013

The Department of Energy (DOE) recently announced that it is requesting information and feedback from those interested in working on energy rating and labeling efforts for fenestration attachment products. The work on the possible efforts is being conducted by the DOE’s Building Technologies Program (BTP) Emerging Technologies Unit. “DOE is considering a future Funding Opportunity […]