The Department of Energy’s (DOE) Energy Storage Grand Challenge (ESGC) is a comprehensive program to accelerate the development, commercialization, and utilization of next-generation energy storage technologies and sustain American global leadership in energy storage. This comprehensive set of solutions requires concerted action, guided by an aggressive goal: to develop and domestically manufacture energy storage technologies that can meet all U.S. market demands by 2030.
Biden Administration Launches Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s $505 Million Initiative to Boost Deployment and Cut Costs of Increase Long Duration Energy Storage
DOE Seeks Public Input on a New Initiative to Enable the Widespread Availability of More Clean, Affordable, and Reliable PowerLearn More
Biden Administration Launches $2.5 Billion Fund to Modernize and Expand Capacity of America’s Power Grid
DOE Seeks Feedback on President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Investments to Upgrade and Build New Transmission Lines to Deliver Affordable Clean EnergyLearn More
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced up to $45 million in funding to support the domestic development of advanced batteries for electric vehicles.Learn More
Industry and Labor will Partner on Five Pilot Programs to Train Battery Manufacturing Workers and Bolster the Domestic Battery Supply ChainLearn More
DOE Selects 14 Communities to Leverage Energy Storage to Increase Resiliency and Long-term Affordability
The OE Energy Storage Program has selected 14 communities from more than 60 applicants to receive technical assistance from Pacific Northwest National Laboratory as part of the Energy Storage for Social Equity (ES4SE) Initiative.Learn More
Biden Administration, U.S. Department of Energy to Invest $3 Billion to Strengthen U.S. Supply Chain for Advanced Batteries for Vehicles and Energy Storage
Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will fund projects that bolster domestic battery manufacturing and recycling to support growing electric vehicle and storage demandLearn More
Last week, more than 1,000 people attended the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Long Duration Storage Shot Summit in support of DOE’s ongoing efforts to reduce the cost of grid-scale energy storage by 90% within the next decade.Learn More
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