Writer/Editor, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
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Drew Bittner is a writer/editor for the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) within the U.S. Department of Energy. He is a former Presidential Management Intern and a former web project manager for EERE.
As Fall Begins...Summer Camps?
September 5, 2018
If you’re in one of the places where getting into camp is a competitive sport, it pays to know about deadlines and make plans well in advance.
A Third Grader Gets Hooked on STEM Through Gaming
April 30, 2018
Interest in computer games can spur kids to push the boundaries of artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and life simulation.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory Creates Fidget Spinner the Width of a Human Hair
January 29, 2018
Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s (ORNL) took on a singular challenge: construct a fidget spinner the width of a human hair.
Lucid and LBNL Partnership Produces Free Tool to Save Energy
January 11, 2018
A free tool to benchmark a building’s energy use…and save money? That's the result of a partnership between Lucid Design Group and LBNL
STEM Volunteer Fair: Leading the Way in Promoting Education
December 22, 2017
On December 20, federal employees were invited to meet STEM organizations at the 4th Annual Interagency STEM Volunteer Fair.
EERE Supports 11 R&D 100 Winners
December 18, 2017
Every year, R&D Magazine chooses 100 cutting edge projects that represent the “best of the best."
Ask a Scientist - Paul Allen Johnson
December 13, 2017
In this new blog series, we ask Energy Department researchers about their life as scientists working with energy efficiency and renewable energy.
Floating Wind Power is Becoming a Reality
December 11, 2017
This blog is part of a series that explores offshore wind technical challenges that are different in the United States than in other countries.
Ask a Scientist - Caroline Draxl
November 29, 2017
In this new blog series, we ask Energy Department researchers about their life as scientists working with energy efficiency and renewable energy