Leveraging nearly $4 million, the four new Orange Button projects will standardize solar energy data, ensuring a more transparent marketplace and fair pricing.
Read this blog post from our Assistant Secretary David Danielson and Advanced Manufacturing Office Director Mark Johnson touting the program's recent successes and the next group of entrepreneurial researchers who will advance technologies beyond the lab.
Under Secretary for Science and Energy Dr. Franklin Orr joined Denver Mayor Michael Hancock to announce the Mile High City as host for the next U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon competition in fall 2017.
In this issue of Amped Up! Magazine, Opus 12's Etosha Cave and her team are on a mission to show how carbon dioxide could transform the future, in part through Energy Department funding. Read about Cave and other EERE successes. (Photo by Fortune Brainstorm E.)
Assistant Secretary David Danielson announced the Energy Materials Network that will develop and apply cutting-edge materials research tools to dramatically improve clean energy manufacturing.