U.S. Department of Energy Collegiate Wind Competition provides undergraduates real-world skills they need to enter tomorrow’s clean energy workforce.
A new process from the National Labs has the potential to reduce atmospheric CO2 emissions.
We need batteries for phones, cars and renewable energy. See how scientists make them at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
The U.S. Department of Energy Collegiate Wind Competition helps undergraduates learn the real-world skills they need to grow America's clean energy economy.
Dr. Tammy Dickinson, Director for Environment and Energy at the White House, answers questions about having an asteroid named after her, the project that makes her proudest and being the only woman in the room.
The world needs a lot more clean energy, and fast. Here are 10 ways the Clean Energy Ministerial is working to deliver the solutions to climate change and improve energy access around the globe.
Scientists at the National Labs designed a new way to capture carbon dioxide by making tiny microcapsules using everyday baking soda.
Get a glimpse of some of the technologies from our National Labs in the Make | ENERGY Pavilion at the Bay Area Maker Faire. You can look AND touch.
Better Buildings partners have saved more than $1.3 billion on energy costs. Our new infographic explains how Better Buildings works and why it’s important.
Research from the National Labs show that capturing CO2 from plastic bag and packaging plants could kickstart the carbon capture industry in the United States.
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