In the first phase of the DOE-funded additive manufactured blade mold demonstration project, Sandia National Laboratories has designed the wind blade that will be built with the new molds. One of the 3D-printed molds will be showcased at the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) 2016 Windpower Conference and Exhibition, May 23-26 in New Orleans, LA. [...]
Sandia energy experts participate in the EERE Lab Impact Summit, May 4, 2016 EERE hosted a National Lab Impact Summit to celebrate recent National Laboratory successes and bring together the nation’s public- and private-sector energy leaders to formulate the next stage of clean energy technology innovation. The event, held at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, highlighted the programs [...]
(a) A fractured well. (b) Fractured zones loaded with unique tagged nanoparticles inside the proppant. (c) Tagged nanoparticles released from each zone over time. Above-ground sampling will be analyzed for the tagged nanoparticles. This diagram indicates: no flow from green zone, medium flow from blue zone, high flow from red zone. The DOE’s [...]
The Pond Crash Forensics project, funded through the Office of Biomass Program (OBP) at EERE, was highlighted in a briefing with Energy Secretary Chu on October 11th as one of the key EERE-OBP funded activities on algal pond stability/productivity. This is a great recognition of the efforts of Todd and his team, as well as a [...]
Sandia will receive $4.1 million from DOE’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy to design Vertical Axis Wind Turbines which could reduce the cost of offshore wind energy generation. Read more about the grant here.