President Obama on Science, Technology, and How to Win The Future

President Obama's plan to win the future by investing in advanced manufacturing technologies:


The President recognizes that manufacturing is critical to the long-term economic competitiveness of the United States and our ability to win the future. It is not enough to invent new technologies in America; We must also invest in the ability to manufacture these technologies in the United States. President Obama proposes to support both the development and commercial deployment of advanced manufacturing technologies. These technologies can revitalize existing manufacturing industries and support the development of new products in emerging industries such as clean energy. The president's initiatives to stimulate investment in advanced manufacturing The President's budget will support continued investment in manufacturing innovation, while supporting the commercial deployment of advanced manufacturing technologies in the US manufacturing sector, strengthening US manufacturing and creating new well-paid jobs.

Launch of competitive and innovative R&D for advanced manufacturing technologies:

Increasing investments in NSF, DARPA, NIST and the DOE Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy will support US leadership. UU. In the development of advanced manufacturing technologies to help revitalize existing manufacturing industries while supporting the growth and development of new industries here in the US. UU. provide a $ 87 million increase in basic and applied research funds to support advanced manufacturing in promising areas such as "materials by launching innovative research and development in advanced manufacturing technologies: The President's Budget proposes greater funding for the National Science Foundation (NSF), National Institute of Science Technology (NIST), the Department of Energy (DOE) and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to support innovation in advanced manufacturing technologies.

Reauthorization of the tax credit for the manufacture of clean energy for $ 5 billion:

The President proposes a new authorization of $ 5 billion for the $ 2.3 billion loan signed and successful in the Recovery Act, to stimulate investment in manufacturing capacity for future clean energy technologies.

Develop partnerships with the industry to improve advanced R&D manufacturing:

The NIST of Commerce will launch the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Consortia (AMTech) program, a public-private partnership designed to support advanced manufacturing R&D and dramatically reduce the time required for end-to-end innovation

The president's initiatives to stimulate investment in advanced manufacturing The President's budget will support continued investment in manufacturing innovation, while supporting the commercial deployment of advanced manufacturing technologies in the US manufacturing sector, strengthening US manufacturing and creating new well-paid jobs:


Launch of competitive and innovative R&D for advanced manufacturing technologies:

Increasing investments in NSF, DARPA, NIST and the DOE Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy will support US leadership. UU. In the development of advanced manufacturing technologies to help revitalize existing manufacturing industries while supporting the growth and development of new industries here in the US. UU. provide a $ 87 million increase in basic and applied research funds to support advanced manufacturing in promising areas such as "materials for

Reauthorizing the successful Fiscal Credit for Clean Energy Manufacturing (Section 48C) to support manufacturing investment:

The initial credit of the $ 2.3 billion Recovery Act was overwritten in a ratio of more than three to one, reflecting a deep portfolio of high quality clean energy manufacturing opportunities in the United States. Reauthorizing this program for $ 5 billion would provide a market incentive and a clear indication that the US UU. It is an attractive place for manufacturing facilities, which improves our ability to compete whileand reducing the time required to bring innovations to the market. In addition, the Budget includes $ 75 million for the Technological Innovation Program that supports public-private partnerships aimed at innovative high-risk and high-reward technologies that could improve manufacturing processes.



The $ 2.3 billion loan from Section 48C for the manufacture of clean energy helped support at least $ 5.4 billion in private sector investments, substantially expanding the capabilities and capacity of the United States in manufacturing clean technologies, including renewable energy, construction efficiency and advanced vehicle technologies. More than 500 applications were received, with tax credit applications totaling more than $ 8 billion. Reward beneficiaries were distributed geographically in more than 40 states and created tens of thousands of well-paid jobs in manufacturing and construction.

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