Test your knowledge on how electricity gets to your home with these top power grid facts.
Learn about what it takes to become a utility line worker -- also known as a distribution electrician -- in the latest installment in our #GridWeek series.
A resiliency microgrid in Vermont will help keep critical facilities powered during emergencies.
Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison played key roles in the War of the Currents. Learn more about AC and DC power -- and how they affect our electricity use today.
Our new infographic shows how electricity is generated, transmitted and distributed for use in our homes.
It's #GridWeek on Energy.gov! Follow along as we highlight the work we're doing to make the grid more resilient, reliable and secure.
The Energy Department's Loan Programs Office is succeeding in its mission to help finance the first commercial deployments of innovative technologies in the United States.
Whether through energy job training programs or advanced manufacturing initiatives, the Department of Energy is working to honor veterans of our nation's armed forces every day of the year.
Ever wonder how much energy your state produces? Check out our interactive map to learn the answer.
Energy Department officials spent National Energy Action Month on the road, meeting and learning from Americans who are advancing our energy security, growing the economy and protecting the environment.
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