After months of collaboration and hard work, the AMIE project (Additive Manufacturing Integrated Energy), the shared energy system has been unveiled today at a ceremony at Oak Ridge National Lab. The announcement was the highlight of the kickoff to the Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Industry Day.

IACMI was a partner in this project. Other project partners include Alcoa/Kawneer; Clayton Homes; Cincinnati Incorporated; DowAksa; EPB; GE Appliances; Hexagon Composites; Johnson Controls; Knoxville Utilities Board; Liberty Utilities; Line-X; Mach Fuels; NanoPore; Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP; Spiers New Technologies; Techmer ES; Tru-Design; and the University of Tennessee’s College of Architecture and Design.

The 3d printed house is the largest printed structure ever made out of advanced composite materials.

Read more about the AMIE project in the ORNL news release or check out the news coverage on WBIR, WVLT, KnoxNews, The University of Tennessee, and Gizmodo.