Innovation in Manufacturing Can Improve Sustainability

Here’s a great example of how innovation in manufacturing can improve sustainability and our world. ExxonMobil is investing in FuelCell Energy, a company developing technology that could reduce carbon dioxide emissions from power plants. As the Times reports, ExxonMobil hopes that its relationship with FuelCell will allow it to take a promising new approach to carbon capture and sequestration “from the lab to the market.” This technology could potentially mean that power plants could “isolate and compress” CO2 “while producing enough power to more than make up for the energy cost of capturing the carbon.”

Read more about how FuelCell and ExxonMobil’s partnership could help power plants reduce emissions.

Mallory Micetich

Mallory Micetich

Director or Media Relations at National Association of Manufacturers
Mallory Micetich is the Director or Media Relations at the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), the nation’s largest industrial trade association and the leading voice for the manufacturing sector in the United States. She is responsible for coordinating media strategy and communications to promote the NAM’s policy agenda. Ms. Micetich specifically focuses on media relating to the following policy areas: Energy and Resources Policy, Human Resources Policy, which includes key topics like immigration, healthcare and workforce issues, Infrastructure Policy and Regulatory Reform. Ms. Micetich also coordinates media for the Manufacturer’s Center for Legal Action.
Mallory Micetich

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