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.
A new program called Cyclotron Road connects clean energy entrepreneurs with the unique resources of our National Labs.
Scroll through the photo gallery to see just a few of the ways the Energy Department is addressing climate change through technologies that cut carbon pollution, grow the economy and protect the planet.
Find out how National Labs scientists are developing new tools to ensure carbon storage is safe and permanent.
Secretary Moniz had a big year in 2015. See what kept him busy and what he accomplished.
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.
The Energy Department is part of the global effort to scale back the use of refrigerants thousands of times more potent than CO2.
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