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 Lab Partnering Service online platform has recently been expanded to include energy storage experts, facilities, and partnering opportunities.
October 27, 2021Learn More
On May 19 and May 20, DOE’s Office of Electricity (OE) hosted a Transmission Innovation Symposium focused on Modernizing the U.S. Power Grid.
October 19, 2021Learn More
Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Electricity (OE) is invested in development of superconductors to improve the grid and make it more reliable and efficient.
December 1, 2021Learn More
As increasingly severe storms threaten our critical electric infrastructure across the nation, investing in transformer infrastructure upgrades are vital to improve the resilience of the grid.
October 29, 2021Learn More
LPO loan guarantees can potentially be used to finance projects that support the Long Duration Storage Shot Summit, which is focused on mapping out strategies to reducing the cost of long duration energy storage by 90% within the decade.
September 23, 2021Learn More
America is facing an era of rapid change along the entire energy system as we Integrate more renewables and work to move affordable, reliable, and secure electricity to where It Is needed most.
August 18, 2021Learn More
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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