U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)


Tue November 15, 2011

DOE Grant Helps CSU Students Learn While Improving Business Efficiency

Michael Kostrzewa, senior research associate in mechanical engineering talking with students about sawmill operations during an assessment to a lumber company in Saguache.
Colorado State University

The U.S. Department of Energy is continuing to fund a program at Colorado State University that connects mechanical engineering students with manufacturing companies for energy efficiency assessments and recommendations.

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Mon April 25, 2011

With One Year of Stimulus Left, Low-Income Weatherization Industry Looks to Future

Veterans Green Jobs’ Jordan Latva installs sheet metal, isolating a pipe that transports hot furnace gases. The work is done before blowing additional insulation material into the attic of a low-income home.
Veterans Green Jobs

If you want to see stimulus dollars at work, take a visit to the Denver-based nonprofit Veterans Green Jobs. Two and a half years ago, the organization that trains veterans in things like home energy audits occupied just three office cubicles. Today, it’s situated in a 90,000 square-foot office with 85 full-time employees. 

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