Over the last year, 21 new industrial partners joined our Better Plants program, including 12 water and wastewater treatment agencies, saving energy across the nation’s water infrastructure.
Read Assistant Secretary Dave Danielson's blog post hailing the work of our Clean Energy Manufacturing Initiative, which is powering America's advanced manufacturing renaissance.
Energy Department awards $55 million for 24 projects to develop and deploy cutting-edge vehicle technologies that build on previous research to improve the efficiency of light-, medium-, and heavy-duty trucks.
The Department will invest up to $70 million to create an Innovation Institute on Smart Manufacturing, aiming to reduce the cost of advanced sensors, controls, and other tools by as much as 50 percent.
DOE awarded $52 million for projects to make solar energy cheaper and more accessible, with $50 million now available to advance photovoltaic technology and develop new solar tools, technologies, and services.