Launched at COP21 in Paris, the Global Lighting Challenge is a race to deploy 10 billion high-efficiency, high-quality and affordable lighting fixtures and bulbs (like LEDs) around the world.
At COP21 in Paris and beyond, clean energy innovation is key to solving climate change.
President Obama joins world leaders in announcing “Mission Innovation,” an initiative to dramatically accelerate global clean energy innovation to address climate change.
Learn about supercomputers and why they're important for science, energy and national security.
Explore the 60-year history of computing at one of the nation's top laboratories, and find out what's next.
How wind, solar, LEDs and electric vehicles are leading the way in America's clean energy revolution, visualized in six simple charts.
The Energy Department honors our nation's veterans through the Solar Ready Vets program, which provides them with the skills to enter America's dynamic solar industry.
Not only are we made of fundamental particles, we also produce them and are constantly bombarded by them throughout the day.
National Lab scientists have found a promising way to improve lithium ion batteries using hydrogen.
November is National Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month, and our Office of Electricity (OE) is hard at work safeguarding the power grid.
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