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Department of Energy Invests $17.6 Million in Technologies Capable of Reducing CO2 Capture Cost and Energy Penalties
Projects will address the cost and operational challenges associated with current CO2 capture technologies.
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Department of Energy Makes Up To $11.5 Million Available for Energy Infrastructure Deployment on Tribal Lands
Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) for $11.5 million for energy infrastructure on tribal lands.
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Energy Department Invests $44M in Advanced Carbon Capture Technologies Projects
The Office of Fossil Energy has selected seven projects to receive approximately $44 million in funding for cost-shared research & development.
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Department of Energy to Invest $6.5 Million for Large-Scale Pilot Fossil Fuel Projects
Nine projects selected to receive $6.5 million for Phase I of the Fossil Fuel Large-Scale Pilots funding opportunity.
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Secretary of Energy Rick Perry Forms New Office of Cybersecurity, Energy Security, and Emergency Response
New office will focus on energy infrastructure security, support the expanded national security responsibilities.
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President Trump Releases FY 2019 Budget Request
President Donald J. Trump unveil his FY 2019 budget request, including $30.6 billion to support the Department of Energy.
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Department of Energy Launches Competition to Spur Onshore Manufacturing of Energy Technologies
Competition aims to close the gap between American innovators who develop new energy technologies and domestic manufacturers who produce them.
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Department of Energy Announces $35 Million for Emerging Research Projects to Address Manufacturing Challenges
Projects to support early-stage, innovative technologies and solutions in advanced manufacturing.
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Department of Energy to Host 2018 ARPA-E Summit
Hundreds of technologies will showcase American energy innovation and the nation’s energy future.
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75 Breakthroughs by America's National Laboratories
Secretary Rick Perry reflects on a list of 75 innovative breakthroughs that took place at one or a few of our 17 National Labs.
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Going for Gold: 4 Winning STEM Student Competitions in 2018
Student teams will clash at academic competitions in disciplines even more important than sports: science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM.
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Supporting STEM is an Investment in our Future
DOE, PNNL, and Battelle work together to support efforts that bring educators, families and communities together to energize all students in STEM.
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January’s cold weather affects electricity generation mix in Northeast, Mid-Atlantic
How the bomb cyclone weather event in early January 2018 impacted electricity generation.
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Q&A with Virginia Castro: DOE Mission to Puerto Rico
When Virginia Castro returned from temporary assignment to Puerto Rico, she brought back memories and lessons that transformed her perspective.
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5 Fast Facts About Nuclear Energy
Get up to speed on nuclear energy with these 5 fast facts.
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4 Key Benefits of Advanced Small Modular Reactors
Advanced small modular reactors could change the way we think about nuclear power. Here are 4 key benefits you need to know about them.
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Energy.gov’s Top 7 Moments in 2017
Before we close out 2017, let’s take a look back at some of the big things we did on Energy.gov and what you liked and shared the most.
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STEM Volunteer Fair: Leading the Way in Promoting Education
On December 20, federal employees were invited to meet STEM organizations at the 4th Annual Interagency STEM Volunteer Fair.
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DOE agency celebrates 40 years of service to America
Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) is celebrating 40 years of service to its customers on 12/21/17—the anniversary of its official designation.
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Media Advisories

U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry to Visit Savannah River National Lab and Savannah River Site Employees
U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry will host a meeting with the employees of both Savannah River National Laboratory and Savannah River Site.
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Secretary of Energy Rick Perry to Visit Fermilab and Argonne National Laboratory
He will tour both of the labs facilities, meet with employees, and learn about the important, world-changing work both of the labs produce.
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U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry to Host North American Energy Ministerial
Secretary Rick Perry will host the North American Energy Ministerial in Houston, TX to discuss North American energy cooperation.
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Secretary of Energy Rick Perry to Travel to South Africa for Africa Oil Week
Secretary will provide remarks on U.S. oil and gas development, highlighting the Department of Energy’s commitment to bilateral energy partnerships.
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US Secretary of Energy Rick Perry To Visit Piketon, OH
On September 29, 2017, U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry will travel to Piketon, OH to visit DOE’s Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant.
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Media Events Advisory for U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry
U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry will provide remarks at the National Petroleum Council meeting and reception in Washington, D.C.
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Secretary of Energy Rick Perry Will Lead United States Delegation to Ukraine
Delegation will meet with President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko as well as other Ukrainian officials.
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Secretary of Energy Rick Perry to Lead Presidential Delegation to the Republic Of Kazakhstan for Expo 2017
Secretary of Energy Rick Perry will lead a Presidential Delegation to the Republic of Kazakhstan on August 28, 2017.
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Secretary of Energy Rick Perry to Visit Mcnary Dam, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, and Hanford
On Monday, August 14, 2017, Secretary Perry will travel to Umatilla, OR to tour the McNary Lock and Dam and have a brief media availability.
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Secretary of Energy Rick Perry to Visit Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant
Perry will travel to Ohio and tour the Portsmouth Site with U.S. Senator Rob Portman and U.S. Congressmen Brad Wenstrup and Bill Johnson.
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