The Energy Department’s Better Buildings Challenge now has over 250 partners representing 3.5 billion square feet, 650 manufacturing plants, 50 cities and states, and $5.5 billion in financing investments. Today, we recognized these leaders and expanded the program to include new water savings goals.
$32 million in funding will, in part, tackle the non-hardware costs of solar by addressing gaps in solar workforce training and energy education. Photo courtesy of Solar Energy International.
Our Enabling Wind Power Nationwide report confirms how America can deploy wind energy across the country using larger, next-generation wind turbines.
Assistant Secretary David Danielson recently recognized the scientists, researchers, and engineers at our National Renewable Energy Laboratory whose cutting-edge work advances our nation’s clean energy future.