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November 4, 2011
Senior level executives and the 2010 Presidential Rank Award winners. First Row:  Melvin Williams; Neile Miller for James B. Lambert and Theodore D. Sherry; Daniel Poneman, Patricia R. Worthington, Sandra Waisley for David A. Brockman, Secretary Chu, Frank B. Russo, and Steven Aoki.  Second Row:  William Barker for Andrew Lawrence, Raymond V. Furstenau,
Charles McConnell for Victor A. Der, Michael Weis, and Michael C. Kane | Photo courtesy of the Energy Department.
Presidential Rank Awards Announced

Energy Department recognizes the winners of the Presidential Rank Awards.

November 3, 2011
New cool roofs installed on the Energy Department’s headquarters building in Washington DC in November, 2010. | Image credit Quentin Kruger, Energy Department
Leading By Example

Four specific ways the Energy Department is leading by example to become more sustainable and energy efficient.

October 31, 2011
Workers dismantle a remaining B53, ensuring that the system will never again be part of the U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile. | Credit: NNSA photo
Honoring Nuclear Security Workers on the National Day of Remembrance

Secretary Steven Chu takes a moment to recognize the extraordinary contributions of our nuclear security workers on the National Day of Remembrance.

October 25, 2011
Two Pantex Plant employees examine the final B53 bomb prior to its dismantling. | Photo Courtesy of <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/nnsanews/sets/72157627937731182/">NNSA</a>.
Dismantling the Final B53 Bomb

Deputy Secretary Poneman shares his thoughts on the dismantling of the final B53 bomb at the Pantex Plant in Amarillo, Texas.

October 24, 2011
 A new 82 kilowatt solar photovoltaic installation at the RiverCentre convention complex is unveiled in the heart of downtown St. Paul. | Photo courtesy of the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Solar for St. Paul

A new 82 kilowatt solar photovoltaic installation is unveiled at the RiverCentre convention complex in the heart of downtown St. Paul, Minnesota.

October 21, 2011
Energy Matters: Clean Energy Technology Markets

Watch the full video of Senior Advisor Richard Kauffman October 20, 2011 live chat on energy.gov. He spoke about what drew him to the Department from the private sector, and answered questions -- via email, Twitter and Facebook -- on innovation and deployment, and on how we can ensure U.S. leadership in the global renewable energy race.


October 21, 2011
The Savannah River Site Recovery Act Program workforce stands in front of the P Reactor, which was deactivated and decommissioned as one of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act-funded projects across America. |  Photo courtesy of the Office of Environmental Management.
Celebrating Successes of Environmental Management Recovery Act Projects

The Office of Environmental Management marked a milestone at the end of last month as they completed 84 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act-funded projects across America.

October 20, 2011
President Barack Obama greets the 2010 PECASE recipients in the East Room of the White House, Oct. 14, 2011.  | Courtesy of the White House Photo Office
Celebrating Achievement and Potential at the Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers

Thirteen winners were recently announced — 11 supported by the Energy Department’s Office of Science and two supported by the Department’s National Nuclear Security Administration.

October 17, 2011
LiveChat Thurs, 10/20, 2pm ET: Clean Tech Markets

Please join Richard Kauffman, Senior Advisor to the Secretary of Energy, for a live discussion about the challenges and opportunities of renewable energy innovation and deployment.

October 17, 2011
An illustration of the 2011 Chevy Volt, whose lithium-ion battery is based on technology developed at Argonne National Laboratory. | Image courtesy of General Motors.
From the Lab to the Showroom: How the Electric Car Came to Life

In the U.S., businesses tend to invest in research that will pay off in the short term. National laboratories are filling a gap by conducting the essential research that will change the game 10 to 20 years down the road. Learn more about how years of conducting advanced research in both the private and public sectors led to battery technology that made electric cars possible.