Register here to attend the public release of the Department of Energy’s Quadrennial Technology Review on Tuesday, September 27 at 1:00pm at the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Under Secretary Steven Koonin will host the sixth and final workshop of the Department’s inaugural Quadrennial Technology Review. You can watch live at 8:30 am ET.
Deparment's Quadrennial Technology Review announces final workshop to discuss preliminary findings.
DOE-QTR will offer high-level views of the technical status and potential of various energy technologies.
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This week on Energy.gov, join us as we explore science on the cosmic frontier, including powering space travel, exploring planets, and building a star here on Earth.
From chemical science to climate change, the Energy Department's Pacific Northwest National Lab is leading the way in science that's changing the way Americans live and work.
Download the Technology Assessments here.
Download the report here.
The Quadrennial Technology Review has been conducted so that all have access to the information received from external groups throughout the process. View the documents.
Under Secretary Koonin hosted focus groups and workshops at cities around the U.S.
We ask you: How can the Energy Department best support and foster U.S. leadership in clean energy innovation?
Submit your feedback to DOE-QTRmailbox@hq.doe.gov.
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