Significant breakthroughs in battery chemistry and vehicle architecture are crucial for EVs to compete with internal combustion vehicles.
ARPA-E recently announced a $30 million funding opportunity aimed at developing new hybrid solar energy systems that include storage, at lower costs and with greater performance.
The Department of Interior’s planned first-ever competitive offshore wind auction is an important long-term step in support of offshore wind innovation.
Buried in the President’s FY2014 budget proposal is an interesting reform that could impact energy innovation without relying on Congress for any new – and hard to come by – federal investments.
Tying next-generation transportation energy R&D to a dedicated revenue source is a welcome step towards consistently funding energy R&D overall.
The Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) has announced funding for a new program focused on improving electric vehicle (EV) battery technologies.
The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation writes about how President Obama should tackle his second term facing climate change.
The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation offers up its thoughts on the tenure of outgoing Energy Secretary Steven Chu.
The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation reports on how clean energy leaders at the Department of Energy have undertaken the difficult task of reforming it from within.
The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation takes a look at the recent history of the just passed wind power PTC extension.
The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation talks about how meeting DOD’s biofuel utilization targets will generate significant economic activity and jobs by 2020.