The Office of Electricity provides leadership to ensure that the Nation’s energy delivery system is secure, resilient and reliable. The office includes three divisions – Advanced Grid Research and Development, Energy Resilience and Grid Operations Technology – that work closely with the private and public sectors to make sure the nation’s critical energy infrastructure is able to recover rapidly from disruptions.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recently announced over $30 million in funding, matched by over $35 million in private sector funds, for 68 projects supported by the Office of Technology Transitions Technology Commercialization Fund (TCF).
August 3, 2021Learn More
DOE’s Second Energy Earthshot – Long Duration Storage Shot – Aims to Accelerate Breakthroughs in Grid Storage, Make Clean Energy Available Anytime, Anywhere
July 14, 2021Learn More
On June 28 and 29, the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Electricity will host the Energy Storage for Social Equity Roundtable, which will be a starting point in a larger conversation around energy equity.
June 23, 2021Learn More
When it comes to solar and wind power, a common question that people ask is, what happens when the wind isn’t blowing and the sun isn’t shining? The answer is in batteries, and other forms of energy storage.
July 8, 2021Learn More
GMLC Report: Research Priorities and Opportunities in United States Competitive Wholesale Electricity Markets
A collaboration among 5 research institutions has been established through the U.S. Department of Energy Grid Modernization Lab Consortium to provide technical assistance to the 7 U.S. Independent System Operators and Regional Transmission Organizations.
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Microgrids, which are localized grids that can disconnect from the traditional grid to operate autonomously and help mitigate grid disturbances to ...Learn More