The U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) defined an
81,000-acre offshore Wind Energy Area about 11 miles
south of Long Island, New York, for
potential commercial wind energy development.
The Energy Department’s Lab-Corps program launched its
second round of clean energy entrepreneurship trainings to
accelerate the transfer of clean energy technologies from
the Energy Department national laboratories to the
The Energy Department announced up to $3 million in
available funding for manufacturers to use high-
performance computing (HPC) resources at the Energy
Department’s national laboratories to tackle major
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory partnered with
industry to gather data about bird flight patterns, which
will help the companies develop technology to reduce bird
collisions with turbines.
On the Energy Department’s Energy Saver website, you
can find many tips for making your home more energy
efficient as we start to say goodbye to winter and hello to
The Energy Department announced Denver, Colorado, as
the host city for the next U.S. Department of Energy Solar
Decathlon competition in the fall of 2017.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced that 33
small businesses have been selected to work directly with
DOE national labs to accelerate the transformation toward
a clean energy economy.
The Energy Department today announced up to $25
million in available funding, aimed at advancing
technologies for energy-efficient electric motors through
applied research and development.
Breakthroughs in solid-state lighting technology, driven in
part by Energy Department research investments, are
leading to sweeping changes in the way lighting experts
view the vast economic potential of future lighting systems
and their growing benefits to society.
The Energy Department announced the nine teams chosen
as finalists in the Wave Energy Prize, a 20-month
design-build-test competition that aims to double the
captured from ocean waves.
The Energy Department announced a $22 million funding
opportunity for new research, development, and
demonstration projects to advance marine and hydrokinetic
(MHK) energy systems.
The Energy Department announced an $80 million funding
opportunity for research, development, and demonstration
of long-haul tractor-trailer truck technology.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced the
launch of its Energy Materials Network, a new national
laboratory-led initiative that will tackle the design, testing,
and production of advanced materials.
The Recovery Act not only lifted America out of the
economic doldrums, it helped spark a clean energy
revolution of technology innovation and market forces.
The Energy Department recognized the City of Orlando,
Florida, and Parkway Properties for their leadership in
improving energy efficiency across a combined 20 million
square feet of building space by 20% within 10 years.
The Energy Department recognized the City of West Palm
Beach for their leadership in improving energy efficiency
across 1.4 million square feet of building space by 20%
in just 10 years.
The Energy Department’s National Network for
Manufacturing Innovation aims to take manufacturing to
the next level.
The year 2014 ranks as Earth’s warmest since 1880,
according to two separate analyses by National
Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) scientists.
The Energy Department’s Wind Program and Advanced
Manufacturing Office and partners are applying 3D printing
to the production of wind turbine blade molds.
The Energy Department announced four projects will
receive $2.85 million in
funding to deploy renewable energy technologies at
facilities throughout the