The SEAB FracFocus 2.0 Task Force, chaired by John Deutch, held its first meeting on January 6, 2014. The Task Force is charged with reviewing how FracFocus 2.0 houses the information Federal and State regulatory agencies require as part of their regulatory functions with regard to disclosure of the composition and quantities of fracturing fluids injected into unconventional oil and gas wells.
The U.S. Geological Survey estimates there is up to 500 gigawatts of untapped geothermal energy in the United States, enough to power millions of homes. A new study by JASON, an independent advisory group of world-class scientists, illustrates how this resource can be developed to generate renewable electricity for future generations.
Are you an elementary school teacher looking for creative ideas to introduce energy curriculum to your students? If so, join us on Friday, May 2, 2014 for an exciting, hands-on training session that will equip you with the tools necessary to teach seven separate interactive lessons on energy fundamentals.
The training session will introduce educators to the seven basic principles of energy, demonstrated by a hands-on interactive project that can be used in the classroom.
Find out how the Energy Department and industry partners are improving fuel efficiency of long-haul tractor-trailers in an effort to reduce the nation’s oil consumption, decrease carbon pollution, and move our economy forward.
Is your community interested in making it easier and more affordable to drive a plug-in electric vehicle? Here are 10 things local groups can do to improve PEV community readiness, including offering incentives, forming partnerships, and engaging the public.
This event is the Washington, D.C. High School Regional competition for the US National Science Bowl. The regional competition is run by the Office of Economic Impact and Diversity, and the national championships are run by the Office of Science.