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Faculty at U.S. Colleges and Universities Invited to Compete in EnergyTech University Prize
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Technology Transitions’ (OTT) American-Made EnergyTech University Prize (EnergyTech UP) is adding a new Faculty Track to allow collegiate faculty members to compete!
September 28, 2023
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Registration is Open for the EnergyTech University Prize 2024
Team registration is now open for students and faculty interested in competing in the EnergyTech University Prize 2024!
September 27, 2023
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Energy I-Corps Cohort 17 Welcomes Dozens of New Scientists
Twice a year, researchers from across the country leave their respective labs and convene in Golden, Colorado, and Washington, D.C. for Energy I-Corps. This immersive, two-month training program is a key initiative of OTT.
September 21, 2023
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WindSim Power Commercializes GLASS Dynamic Line Rating Technology
Jake Gentle and the team at Idaho National Laboratory (INL) developed a software technology called General Line Ampacity State Solver (GLASS) over the last decade to enable greater utilization across existing power transmission infrastructure.
September 5, 2023
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