Answering your questions about LEDs -- from how to compare LED and incandescent bulbs to installing LEDs in existing fixtures.
Learn how scientists are collecting and studying data to develop a better understanding of the Earth's climate.
This weekend, high school and middle school students from across the country will visit Washington, DC, for the 24th annual National Science Bowl.
A new Energy Department student competition moves sustainable home design forward while providing students with experience for clean energy careers.
All across the country, communities are competing to reduce their energy use, and you can take action too!
Secretary Moniz is in Boston for Earth Day, highlighting the Energy Department’s work to fight climate change. Follow along on Instagram for behind-the-scenes photos!
Secretary Moniz will join EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy at Fenway Park to throw out the first pitch at this year's Red Sox Earth Day game. Luckily, he's been practicing.
We're kicking off Earth Week on Energy.gov! Learn how climate change may be affecting energy supplies and infrastructure near you.
Check out our favorite energy-related photos!
What happens to solar panels when it's cloudy out? New research sheds light.
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