Remote communities will partner with DOE experts and National Labs to adopt clean energy solutions that reduce energy costs and power disruptions.
DOE kicks off 100-day plan to address cybersecurity risks to the U.S. electric system, and seeks input from stakeholders on safeguarding U.S. critical energy infrastructure.
Competitors represent the next generation of energy-savvy architects and engineers who will build our clean energy future.
DOE's Office of Fossil Energy announced today a Notice of Sale of crude oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve.
DOE will participate in events focused on its efforts to achieve the Administration’s goal of a net-zero carbon economy by 2050, create millions of clean energy jobs in every pocket of America, and boost international cooperation on climate action.
DOE will host a virtual conversation with Secretary Granholm and members of the trucking industry on Thursday, April 15th.
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.
On April 14, 2021, Secretary Granholm delivered remarks at Argonne National Lab's America Resilient Conference, her first virtual visit to a DOE National Lab.
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.
Direct Current - An Energy.gov Podcast
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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
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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
Regional Science Bowl Tests Knowledge and Adaptability
Washington high school students demonstrate brainpower and ability to adjust during 2021 online competition.Learn more
Attend Fermilab's STEM Career Expo on April 21.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory will offer high school students an opportunity to ask those questions at the annual Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Career Expo.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