This XLab is focused on Grid Modernization Technology and will be held in Seattle, Washington.
Efforts aim to reclaim and recycle critical materials from lithium-based battery technology used in consumer electronics, defense, and more.
Field will shape future of information processing and sensors.
Deputy Secretary of Energy Brouillette expresses support for Israel’s efforts to develop the rich natural gas resources of the eastern Mediterranean.
Deputy Secretary Brouillette meets with Qatar Minister of State for Energy Affairs Saad Al-Kaabi
Dialogue furthers the U.S.-Qatari strategic partnership and is important to reaffirm both countries’ joint commitment to shared objectives.
Two new funding opportunity announcements to support projects that enhance technologies for oil and natural gas recovery.
Awards will support university and National Laboratory scientists.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has selected $25 million in research projects for next-generation marine energy devices.
189 grants will support innovation and job creation.
The Energy Department has resources to help consumers understand the role energy plays in their daily lives and how they can manage it.
Representatives of the EnergyVets Resource Group at DOE were able learn more about how fuel cell cars work and hear about the potential of hydrogen.
More than 120 students recently took part in an interactive learning space hosted by EM’s PPPO deactivation and remediation contractor.
The AABE hackathon on November 16 and 17 focused on the African American experience of energy issues.
The Nevada National Security Site inaugurated the Mercury Solar Project last month, moving further down the path of sustainability.
Energy Department labs promote computer literacy as White House issues new STEM plan.
A look back at a few of the important Energy Department milestones during George H. W. Bush's presidency.
Working with our interagency partners, the Energy Department is striving to advance quantum computing, next frontier in the Information Age.
Secretary Perry visited each Energy Department National Laboratory.
Participants acquired valuable skills through hands-on, puzzle-based exercises, while also networking with public and private sector peers.
Secretary Perry will discuss the importance of federal investments in energy research and development.
Secretary Perry will discuss the importance of the recent record-breaking U.S. oil and gas production, energy infrastructure development, and more.
Secretary Perry will discuss the current power system in the United States.
Secretary Perry will travel to Poland, Ukraine, Hungary and Czech Republic to build on efforts to elevate American energy partnerships in the region.
Secretary will tour the USS John Warner at Naval Station Norfolk and provide remarks at the Virginia Energy and National Security Forum.
Secretary Perry will tour the facility and provide remarks at an all-hands meeting with employees.
Event brings together water industry leaders to discuss innovation and investment in the water sector.
Deputy Secretary will provide a keynote speech discussing the bright future for U.S. LNG and energy cooperation in Asia and abroad.
The event which will feature over 350 attendees will be held at the historic Hangar 9 at Brooks.
While there, he will tour the lab’s facilities, provide remarks, and answer employee’s questions at an all-hands meeting.
Secretary Rick Perry talks about energy diversity and security in Prague, Czech Republic.
United States and Poland sign Memorandum of Understanding for a reinforced Strategic Dialogue on Energy.
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.