Secretary Granholm issued the following statement on President Biden's intent to nominate Dr. Ali Nouri for Assistant Secretary for Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs at DOE.
DOE funding request invests in key clean energy innovations to meet Administration’s climate change goals, create good-paying union jobs.
New scholarships and fellowships will help America harness nuclear’s full potential to power a clean energy future.
New ARPA-E funding will create cleaner solutions for the oil, gas, and coal sectors.
To mark National Beer Day (April 7) we’re bringing you some energy stats on what it takes to brew up this beverage and how clean energy is changing the game.Learn More
The Hispanic Heritage Group (HHG) at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Brookhaven National Laboratory is pleased to announce its 2021 STEM Scholarships.Learn More
April Fool’s Day can be more than whoopee cushions and corny jokes – build up your science, engineering, tech, and math skills while amazing and surprising others.Learn More
DOE and the Solar Energy Technologies Office will host a webinar on Thursday, March 25th.
The 2021 ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit will take place May 24-27 in a fully virtual format.
Middle- and high-school regional competitions begin for the National Science Bowl®
DOE announced a plan for a pilot program to provide $3M for research traineeships to broaden and diversify the nuclear physics research community.
On April 8, 2021, Secretary Granholm delivered remarks at the White House Daily Press Briefing about the American Jobs Plan.
On March 29, 2021, Secretary Granholm delivered remarks at a White House roundtable meeting to announce a new national goal to deploy 30GW of offshore wind by 2030.
Secretary Granholm delivered remarks at the 2021 Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue on March 17, 2021.
Secretary Granholm delivered remarks at the 2021 ACORE Policy Forum on March 10, 2021
Direct Current - An Energy.gov Podcast
Developed by Los Alamos National Lab, SuperCam is the scientific “Swiss Army Knife” for NASA's Mars Perseverance Rover. In this episode, we hear from the SuperCam team what it's like shooting rocks with lasers, and how it could help us find life on...Learn More
NASA's Mars Perseverance Rover is loaded with technology developed by the Department of Energy, including a nuclear battery fueled by plutonium-238. Listen as we follow the rover’s power source on its 7-year, 5,000-mile journey from lab to launch pad.Learn More
COVID-19 is dominating the headlines, but the pandemic isn’t the only threat to human health. Water is an essential part of life, but changes in the water cycle can have disastrous results. The National Labs are working to understand and predict them.Learn More
For hundreds of Indian tribes and native communities across the United States, energy represents many things: a lifeline, a source of income, a path to sovereignty. Learn how the Office of Indian Energy helps tribes take control of their energy destinies.Learn More
LI High School Seniors: Apply Now for the Hispanic Heritage Group's 2021 STEM Scholarship
The Hispanic Heritage Group (HHG) at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Brookhaven National Laboratory is pleased to announce its 2021 STEM Scholarships.Learn more
Fool Yourself and Others with our STEM April Fool's Day Tricks
April Fool’s Day can be more than whoopee cushions and corny jokes – build up your science, engineering, tech, and math skills while amazing and surprising others.Learn more
More Women Who Inspire Us in Climate Action
Read on to see who motivated Department of Energy staffers in their work today.Learn more