As part of the newly launched Energy Materials Network ( by the Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Citrine Informatics, Ames Lab, Pacific Northwest and Oak Ridge National Laboratories, University of Maryland and Pennsylvania State University, United Technologies Research Center, GE Global Research, and Astronautics Corporation of America have partnered to develop new materials and devices for multi-caloric refrigeration.

These materials and devices could dramatically reduce the need for energy in refrigeration. Citrine is excited to take part in this breakthrough effort.

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