The amount of energy consumed by federal agencies is now at its lowest level since 1975, primarily as a result of decreased jet fuel use. Find out how our Federal Energy Management Program helps agencies achieve energy-saving goals.
Fuel cells can power vehicles with hydrogen while emitting nothing but water. Find out how our Fuel Cell Technologies Office supports research and development that improves the performance and lowers the cost of these and other systems.
On January 22, Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz announced more than $55 million to advance cutting-edge vehicle technologies. Part of these funds will support the EV Everywhere Grand Challenge, which aims to make electric hybrid vehicles price-competitive with conventional petroleum-fueled vehicles.
The Energy Department announced more than $59 million to fund solar energy innovation, including $45 million available to accelerate pioneering solar manufacturing technologies and more than $14 million to help drive deployment in homes, businesses, and communities.