Last week, we gathered 125 nuclear energy experts from academia, industry, the public sector, and the National Laboratories at the Nuclear Innovation Workshop to brainstorm ways the Federal government can employ innovative ideas for utilizing nuclear energy technologies.
The Presidential Outdoor Lighting Challenge sets a new goal to install 1.5 million LED street lights in American cities in the next two years. To achieve this, mayors are working with DOE through our High Performance Outdoor Lighting Accelerator to benefit from technical expertise and best practices. Learn more about the Presidential Outdoor Lighting Challenge and how your city can partner with DOE to save energy and costs.
The future electricity grid must deliver reliable, affordable and clean electricity to consumers where they want it, when they want it, and how they want it. To work towards this in a united front across DOE and our National Laboratories, we've launched the Grid Modernization Laboratory Consortium.
A new report by an independent panel recommends that the Energy Department take a leading role in understanding subsurface systems to better address the nation’s energy and security issues. Learn more about the report and how the Department's applied energy programs are collaborating to do exactly that through the SubTER Tech Team.
Construction on the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams, DOE's newest scientific user facility, officially started with a groundbreaking ceremony held on March 17th in East Lansing, Michigan.
- Startups Tackle Solar Challenges
May 21, 2015 4:00 PM
The Energy Department's SunShot Catalyst prize is working to make solar power more affordable by supporting tech startups with big ideas on how to solve the solar industry's toughest challenges.Read The Full Story