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Nicholas May-Varas participated in the 2021 and 2022 Marine Energy Collegiate Competitions on the Oregon State University team. Learn why he thinks increasing access to renewable energy is so important and his advice for the next generation.
July 1, 2022Learn More
DOE Seeks Public Input on Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Programs That Will Invest in Hydroelectric Facilities to Produce Clean, Affordable Power
June 30, 2022Learn More
Murphy Gay competed in the inaugural Marine Energy Collegiate Competition in 2020. Read about his experience, career goals, and vision for a future that runs on renewable energy.
June 29, 2022Learn More
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law includes investments that will boost the hydropower and marine energy industries, helping them to provide more clean, affordable energy and expand domestic job opportunities.
June 22, 2022Learn More
Communities Will Partner with DOE Experts, National Labs, and Regional Organizations to Accelerate Access to Clean Power, Help Lower Energy Costs and Increase Resilience
June 14, 2022Learn More
Although PSH has been around for over 100 years, two new studies from the Water Power Technologies Office under its HydroWIRES Initiative demonstrate that much of its potential remains untapped.
June 13, 2022Learn More
On World Ocean Day, WPTO Director Jennifer Garson discusses the incredible power and potential of our oceans and WPTO’s research on new ways to harness this resource to generate clean electricity.
June 8, 2022Learn More
WPTO Extends Deadline for Comments on Climate Change Data and Research Needs to Inform Hydropower Operation and Resource Planning
WPTO extended the deadline for comments from the nonfederal hydropower community on climate change data and research needs to inform hydropower operation and resource planning. Responses are now due Monday, Aug. 8, 2022, by 5 p.m. ET.
June 6, 2022Learn More
DOE announced the winners of the 2022 Marine Energy Collegiate Competition (MECC). Webb Institute emerged as the overall winner in this third annual competition
June 1, 2022Learn More
The U.S. Department of Energy announced today $8 million in funding to support projects that will improve the flexibility of the U.S. hydropower fleet and enhance electric grid reliability.
May 31, 2022Learn More