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  • Listen to Direct Current!

    Take a trip to the future of cooling, where new technologies will transform how we fight climate change, save on energy costs and stay comfortable.

  • Fusion Energy

    Check out the infographic to learn how fusion reactions power the Sun, how researchers replicate them in the lab and what lies ahead for fusion energy.

  • 5 Myths From ‘Stranger Things'

    What the hit Netflix show didn’t get quite-so-right about the Energy Department.

  • Hydropower Vision

    Hydropower is the nation's oldest and largest source of clean, renewable electricity. Our new Hydropower Vision report explores how it could grow by 2050.

  • Launch of OneDOE

    Learn more about the Department’s new Diversity & Inclusion campaign.

Blog

  • September 27, 2016

    Scientists at Brookhaven National Laboratory are getting closer to understanding what makes materials become superconducting at unusually high temperatures.

  • September 23, 2016

    Researchers at Idaho National Laboratory designed a ballistic barrier to protect electrical substations from attack.

  • September 22, 2016

    As world leaders gathered at the United Nations this week, the Obama administration and global partners today announced several unprecedented steps to secure an ambitious amendment to the Montreal Protocol.

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