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About the Clean Energy Manufacturing Analysis Center (CEMAC)

The Clean Energy Manufacturing Analysis Center (CEMAC) is fast becoming the definitive world leader of credible, objective, recurring global clean energy manufacturing analysis to promote the transition to a clean energy economy.

CEMAC:

  1. Delivers world class analysis, benchmarking, and insights of supply chains and manufacturing for clean energy technologies that can be leveraged by decision-makers to inform investment strategies, policy, and other decisions to promote economic growth and competitiveness in the transition to a clean energy economy.
  2. Develops distinctive talent, innovative models and tools, and unique and high-impact publications.

This fact sheet summarizes CEMAC's mission and goals.

Capabilities

CEMAC's analysis capabilities provide unique insights into manufacturing's role in the new energy economy.

Leadership and Structure

CEMAC harnesses the world-class talent of the U.S. Department of Energy's national laboratory network in partnership with industry, universities, and research affiliates to produce analysis, data, and tools.

CEMAC is operated by the Joint Institute for Strategic Energy Analysis for the U.S. Department of Energy's Clean Energy Manufacturing Initiative.

Jill Engel-Cox
Program Director

Margaret Mann
Technical Director

Advisory Committee

The Advisory Committee provides programmatic guidance to the Clean Energy Manufacturing Analysis Center. The CEMAC Advisory Committee is composed of experts from industry, trade associations, academia, and government as well as CEMAC management.

Members:

Tom Catania, Chair
University of Michigan

Paul Camuti
Ingersoll-Rand

David Eaglesham
Pellion Technologies

Steven Freilich, Vice-Chair
DuPont (emeritus)

Gloriamar Gamez
The Dow Chemical Company

Paul Kaleta
First Solar, Inc.

Wayne Mays
Avangrid Renewables

Adam O'Malley
Department of Commerce

Ken Ostrowski
McKinsey & Company

Ryan Preclaw
Barclays

Swami Venkataraman
Moody's Investors Service

Charles W. Wessner
Georgetown University

Matt Zaluzec
Ford Motor Company