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Vision and Framework for Strategy and Planning
Published August 2005

 

 

 

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Cover – Farm and Contour Strip Farming: ©Royalty-Free/CORBIS; Transmission Towers at Sunset: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit Warren Gretz; Earth: NASA; Cooling Towers: ©CORBIS; Wind Farm: Courtesy GE Energy, (c) 2005, General Electric International, Inc.; Passive Solar Future Building: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – Warren Gretz

Page i– US President George W. Bush Releases National Energy Report to America While in Minnesota, ©CORBIS; Earth: NASA; Sunrise: Getty Images; Building w/flag: ©Royalty-Free/CORBIS

Page iv – Grand Canyon: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – Dean Armstrong; Sub-Compact Fluorescent Coil light bulbs: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – U.S. Department of Energy; Solar Panels, Dangling Rope Marina, Lake Powell, Utah: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – Warren Gretz; Prototype Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bus (ISE Research, Thor Industries and UTC Fuel Cells): SunLine Transit Agency: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – SunLine Transit Agency;

Page 2   – Sun: HSC Software

Page 3   – Secretary of Energy Bodman: U.S. Department of Energy

Page 6 – Landscape: HSC Software; Energy Star Logo: Energy Star

Page 8   – Wind Farm: Courtesy GE Energy, (c) 2005, General Electric International, Inc.; Sunline Hydrogen and Hythane dispenser: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – Kevin Chandler

Page 9   – GM Concept Car, General Motors Corporation

Page 10 – Battery Power system for a reverse-osmosis (RO) water purification system in Jordan: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – Warren Gretz; Hybrid Car: Honda Insight; Transmission Towers at Sunset: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit Warren Gretz

Page 11 – Solar Patriot House ,   U.S. Department of Energy; Clouds: HSC Software

Page 12 – Nuclear Power Plant: ©Royalty-Free/CREATAS; Condensers and cooling towers at The Geysers Geothermal power plant in California, Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – David Parsons; Tampa Electric Power Company's Polk Power IGCC Station At Night, U.S. Department of Energy

Page 13 – Ice Harbor Dam and Hydroelectric Plant: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Solar line-concentrator power plant, with troughs built by Luz: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – Warren Gretz; Corn/Nozzle: composite - Getty Images

Page 14 – Polylactide polymers (PLP) from biomass feedstocks, Cargill-Dow: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – Warren Gretz; Pacific Ocean: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – Warren Gretz; Cargill-Dow Biorefinery, Blair, Nebraska: Credit NETL  

Page 15 – Geologic Sequestration drawing; Artist's Concept of FutureGen: U.S. Department of Energy; Healthy Forest: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – U.S. Forest Service

Page 16 – Capstone MicroTurbineTM Model 330: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – Capstone Turbine Corporation; SF6 Alternative Cover Gas Technology, 3M TM Performance Materials Division; Thermal Oxidation of Ventilation Air Methane Using Megtec’s Flow Reversal Reactor at CONSOL Energy, BHP Billiton Ltd; Cow: Getty Images

Page 17 – Tractor, applying soil conservation methods: Getty Images

Page 18 – Cup wind anemometer: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – Warren Gretz; Air Quality Measurement: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – Warren Gretz; Two shaded pyranometers on solar tracker, Eppley model 8-48 and model Precision Spectral Pyranometer (PSP):   Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – Tom Stoffel; satellite: ©Royalty-Free/CORBIS;

Page 19 – Measurement and Monitoring Systems: U.S. Department of Energy; Ameriflux Tower: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Page 20 – System for photobiological algal hydrogen production: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – Warren Gretz; Zymomonas mobilis, a metabolically engineered bacteria used for fermenting both glucose and xylose to ethanol: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – Min Zhang; Chemist’s Beaker: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – Warren Gretz

Page 21 – Genomes to Life Logo: Human Genome Project; Cellulase Molecular Machine, Converting Cellulose to Glucose Precursors, Genomes to Life, Office of Science, U.S. DOE

Page 22 – Technology Options For the Near and Long Term, U.S. Climate Change Technology Program , DOE/PI-0002; 5 kW fuel cell manufactured by PlugPower and 30 watt Cell Manufactured by Avista Labs,   Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – Matt Stiveson

Page 23 – Enzyme Organophosphorus Hydrolase (OPH) Created at PNNL ,   U.S. Department of Energy; Symbolic handshake of DOE and industry: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – Warren Gretz;

Page 24 – Stellarator: National Compact Stellarator Experiment, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL); Xcellsis P4 fuel cell bus engine: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – Richard Parish

Page 26 – Hydrogen Flame: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – Warren Gretz; Nuclear Power Plant, ©Royalty-Free/CREATAS

Page 27 – High-Temperature Superconductive (HTS) motor: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – Reliance Electric Co.; Enzyme bound to silica, William R. Wiley Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory, Courtesy of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Page 29 –   General Electric MS9001H Advanced Gas Turbine, National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), U.S. Department of Energy; Hydrogen Fueling Dispenser at the Las Vegas Energy Station, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.

Page 30 – Gen IV Drawing: U.S. Department of Energy; Sequestration Themes Drawing: NETL; ITER – Fusion Energy Process Machines, ITER/Princeton

Page 31 – Earth: NASA ; Ford Focus fuel cell zero emissions vehicle: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – Leslie Eudy

Page 32 – DOE Headquarters: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – U.S. Department of Energy; Capitol Dome: Clipart.com

Page 34 – NREL Solar Energy Research Facility, Golden, Colorado: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – Thomas Wood

Page 36 – Solar Race Car, 2005 North American Solar Challenge, Credit Stefano Paltera; Microscope: Getty Images

Page 37 – Thin Film PV, United Solar Systems Corp.: Courtesy of DOE/NREL, Credit – United Solar Systems Corp.; Cityscape: HSC Software ; Clouds: HSC Software

 

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