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.
Free April webinars will connect stakeholders with National Lab tools to boost electric infrastructure resiliency
March 24, 2021Learn More
The Grid Storage Launchpad at PNNL will boost clean energy adaptation and accelerate the development and deployment of low-cost grid energy storage.
March 10, 2021Learn More
The Bulk-Power System Executive Order authorizes the U.S. Secretary of Energy to secure America’s bulk-power system from foreign adversaries.
February 9, 2021Learn More
Today, DOE released the Energy Storage Grand Challenge Roadmap, the Department’s first comprehensive energy storage strategy.
December 21, 2020Learn More
The Office of Electricity’s Transformer Resilience and Advanced Components (TRAC) program addresses challenges associated with large power transformers, critical components, and other grid hardware technologies.
April 1, 2021Learn More
Grid Science Winter School and Conference is a five day event that brings together experts and students in grid science research.
January 11, 2021Learn More
The model will measure the maturity of transmission resilience programs and identify improvements to increase the resilience of transmission systems
October 7, 2020Learn 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