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Innovators Encouraged to Partner with National Labs to Drive Technology Commercialization
Versatile Test Reactor project moves to engineering design phase with Critical Decision 1 approval.
Department of Energy Announces $122 Million for Regional Initiative to Produce Rare Earth Elements and Critical Minerals
Secretary Brouillette joined Chairman Murkowski in announcing the establishment of the Arctic Energy Office.
This funding is part of the Seeding Critical Advances for Leading Energy technologies with Untapped Potential (SCALEUP) program.
DOE announced the selection of 12 projects to receive federal funding for the Office of Fossil Energy’s SOFC Program.
The Deputy Secretary participated in the ribbon cutting for the expansion of Argonne National Laboratory’s Materials Engineering Research Facility.
The funding will support predictive modeling and simulation for physical sciences research and “decision support” in managing complex processes.
The initiative will support experiments, data analysis, and computer modeling and simulation of plasma behavior.
Secretary Brouillette issued an emergency order to preserve the reliability of the bulk electric power system.


NICE Future initiative report examines nuclear flexibility and the potential role it can play in clean energy systems.
U.S. Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette joins the Export Import (EXIM) Bank’s Annual Conference to deliver remarks and answwer questions.
Hear from Under Secretary of Science Paul Dabbar about how this pandemic won't stop us from providing world-class STEM education.
A virtual science, technology, engineering, and math camp supported by a grant from EM was conducted recently.
Help celebrate STEM this September with EERE.
In recent years, the Department of Energy has invested hundreds of millions of dollars in the innovation needed to capture carbon emissions,
Under President Donald J. Trump, innovation spurred by public-private partnerships has continued America’s energy renaissance.
Jane Sandoval enters her master's program this fall with years of energy experience, including her work in DOE's 2020 Collegiate Wind Competition.
Nuclear power is crucial for ensuring clean, reliable, and affordable power to the American people, and for our national defense strategy.
Under the Trump Administration, our goal with these grants is to fund promising research and development not available anywhere else in the world.

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Secretary Brouillette to Travel to North Carolina
Secretary Brouillette will highlight the importance of Appalachian natural gas and innovative technology development in the region.
The summit will also feature DOE officials, U.S. gas industry leaders, and global liquefied natural gas market representatives.
Under Secretary Dabbar will announce the launch of the project to build an Electron-Ion Collider.
Representatives from the University of Tulsa and Oklahoma State University, and private sector partners in the space industry will also participate.
Secretary Brouillette will meet with Gov. John Bel Edwards to discuss the long-term impacts of Hurricane Laura on the energy industry in Louisiana.
Secretary Brouillette will travel to New Orleans, Baton Rouge and Hackberry, Louisiana.
Secretary Brouillette will join South Carolina’s Attorney General Alan Wilson and other officials for a major announcement.
On Tuesday, September 1, 2020, U.S. Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette will be in Minot, North Dakota to tour the Minot Air Force Base.


Export-Import Bank Fireside Chat Virtual Remarks by Secretary Dan Brouillette Friday, September 11, 2020
Secretary Dan Brouillette recorded a video greeting to the attendees of the American Association of Blacks in Energy National Conference.
Secretary Brouillette Remarks As Prepared Virtual High-Level Roundtable on Iraq Energy Reform International Energy Agency Thursday, July 23, 2020
Secretary Brouillette's provided the following remarks on the United States’ effective competitive energy approach.
Under Secretary Paul Dabbar spoke to a virtual Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month event May 28, titled “Unite Our Nation By Empowering Equality.”
Secretary Brouillette spoke about our work with the Council in powering space exploration and development and role as the "Department of Exploration."
The Women’s History Month event was postponed due to issued guidance to stay home during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Secretary Dan Brouillette delivers remarks at a press conference in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil on Monday, February 3, 2020.
Remarks As Prepared For Under Secretary Menezes Washington Auto Show: Industry Media Day.