Today, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) approved seven additional exchanges of 13.4 million barrels of crude oil for release from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR).
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced $25 million in funding to support increased research, development, and demonstration of technologies that harness wave power to create electricity.
I want to thank the Mexican government for the warm welcome and open dialogue about our joint energy future over the last two days.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced new Biden-Harris Administration appointees joining the DOE team to help combat climate change and help the U.S. achieve President Biden’s ambitious clean energy goals.
Offices. Apartments. Schools. Homes. These buildings—and more—are where Americans live, work, play, and learn. Yet every year, buildings contribute roughly 35% of our country’s climate-altering carbon emissions.Learn More
A team from a middle school in Spartanburg, South Carolina took first place in the 19th annual Future City Regional Competition on Jan. 22, accomplishing the mission to design and build a model city with a waste-free future.Learn More
Savannah River Remediation (SRR), EM’s liquid waste contractor at the Savannah River Site (SRS), sponsored four University of South Carolina Aiken (USCA) engineering students for their science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) capstone project.Learn More
Secretary Granholm discusses the Energy Earthshots to slash the cost of game-changing energy technologies within the decade.
Secretary Granholm addresses the need to cut carbon pollution and meet the growing energy needs .
Secretary Granholm addresses the great challenge in eliminating carbon pollution and avoiding the worst impacts of climate change.
Secretary Granholm spoke in Glasgow, Scotland to launch the Net Zero World Initiative.
Direct Current - An Energy.gov Podcast
With $40 billion in lending authority, the Loan Programs Office is one of the Energy Department's most powerful clean energy investment tools. We sat down with Director Jigar Shah to talk about how LPO works, and what's in store for the future of energy.Learn More
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
Futuristic City Competition Solves Today’s Urban Challenges
A team from a middle school in Spartanburg, South Carolina took first place in the 19th annual Future City Regional Competition on Jan. 22, accomplishing the mission to design and build a model city with a waste-free future.Learn more
Savannah River Site Engineers Mentor Students for STEM Capstone Project
Savannah River Remediation (SRR), EM’s liquid waste contractor at the Savannah River Site (SRS), sponsored four University of South Carolina Aiken (USCA) engineering students for their science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) capstone project.Learn more
How The Advanced Quantum Testbed Prepares The New Quantum Workforce
Meet the students and researchers pushing the frontier of quantum information science and technology.Learn more
Meet Longtime IBM/Brookhaven Lab Scientist Jean Jordan-Sweet
Jordan-Sweet retired after a nearly 40-year career based at Brookhaven LabLearn more