DOE announced two new manufacturing prizes to crowdsource solutions for next generation manufacturing and strengthen American’s industrial base.
The projects announced today span across 21 states, help lower solar electricity costs and support a growing solar workforce.
DOE announced its Solar Decathlon student competition to challenge collegiate teams to design and build high-performance, energy-efficient buildings.
DOE announced $46 million in funding to advance solutions that provide grid operators mitigation strategies against cyber and physical threats.
DOE announced that Better Buildings, Better Plants Program partners have reported a savings of more than $5.3 billion in cumulative energy costs.
The projects will focus on accelerating the research and development of innovative geothermal energy technologies in America.
DOE MOU with DOD will enable the two research organizations to work more closely on technologies that can meet both organizations’ goals.
Today, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) joins President Trump and communities across the nation in celebrating Manufacturing Day.
DOE announced approximately $5 million for 16 states to enhance energy security, advance state-led energy initiatives, and improve energy productivity
The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory selected 5 organizations to grow the American-Made Solar Prize.