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Research aims to advance development of software for exascale computing.
Argonne’s Joint Center for Energy Storage Research renewed for five years.
ARPA-E awards $28 million toward development of long-duration energy storage technologies.
The Energy Department's Energy Response Center is fully activated and DOE ESF-12 responders have deployed to FEMA coordination centers.
Secretary Perry and Ambassador Jon Huntsman met with Dr. Alexey Likhachev, CEO of the Russian State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM.
Conversation focused on challenges of the bilateral relationship while recognizing the importance of communicating on energy issues.
Two leaders discussed ways in which America and Russia n work together can work together to ensure world energy market stability and transparency.
In June and August, the United States surpassed Russia in crude oil production for the first time since February 1999.
Projects will develop designs for medium voltage, direct current (MVDC) circuit breakers for a variety of applications.
The two energy leaders discussed a wide array of issues, including the potential for U.S.-Saudi civil nuclear engagement.


From punchcards to supercomputers and HPC, computing has come a long way.
Brookhaven Lab partners with Girls, Inc., a nonprofit organization for young women.
Brandon Charles Bielhy, Contractor Emergency Manager for the Department of Energy Headquarters Emergency Management Team
Meet John Crapo, Deputy Program Manager, Consequence Management Program, Office of Nuclear Incident Response.
Meet William Bruce Carrier III, Headquarters Protective Force.
Prairie View A&M and Tennessee State University students spent two weeks exploring the digital world while learning from National Labs scientists.
National Preparedness Month is a chance to highlight a few of the dedicated members of DOE and NNSA who make their living expecting the unexpected
PNNL turned to teams of Washington State University engineering and materials science students to design and fabricate safeguards equipment.
Learn about key facts related to wind turbines used in distributed applications.
Get the details on a few of the lesser known wind energy facts.

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Deputy Secretary will have high-level discussions on global energy policy with his counterparts from the seven member countries of the G7.
Deputy Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette will travel to Berlin, Germany where he will promote U.S. energy resources and bilateral cooperation.
Secretary of Energy Rick Perry will travel to Russia, Austria, and Romania for high-level discussions with energy leaders across Europe.
Secretary will also meet with Mexican government officials to discuss the continuity of strong bilateral energy partnership.
Secretary will tour the Energy Systems Integration Facility and the Science and Technology Facility with Senator Cory Gardner.
Secretary Perry will travel to North Dakota to tour North American Coal’s Falkirk Mine and Great River Energy’s Coal Creek Station.
Secretary Perry will tour the facility and participate in an all-hands meeting where he will provide remarks and answer questions from employees.
Secretary Perry will tour the facility, provide remarks, and participate in the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Thursday June 28th, Secretary Perry will join Ray W. Washburne, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation.
U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry will kick off the official World Gas Conference Opening Ceremonies with a Keynote Address.


Secretary Perry's remarks at the IAEA General Conference in Vienna, Austria on September 17, 2018.
Remarks by Secretary Perry at the World Gas Conference in Washington, as prepared for delivery.
Secretary Perry's testimony before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, & Transportation on March 14, 2018.
Remarks by Secretary Perry at CERA Week 2018, as prepared for delivery.