A project just funded by the U.S. Department of Energy will continue to research and develop EV battery technology that could soon bring about the 500 mile range electric car.
Argonne National Laboratory will head up the latest Energy Innovation Hub, bringing researchers and industry together in search of energy storage breakthroughs.
New research says grid inefficiencies cancel out some of wind power’s carbon savings – but the wind industry says the study is flawed.
Scientists at the Argonne National Laboratory say luminescent solar concentrators could make high-efficiency CPV viable without expensive tracking systems.
The DOE has broken ground on a new Energy Sciences Building at Argonne National Laboratory, which will conduct research on the world’s critical energy issues.
Thanks to the Argonne National Lab, this season American Le Mans Series fans can discover how green their own racing technique is via a special driving simulator.
The 2011 Chevy Volt offers a taste of the battery technology created at a U.S.-funded lab, and now new licensing agreements could push advances even further.
The second installment of the Indian Education Renewable Energy Challenge challenges Native American high school and college students to produce biodiesel.
With the imminent arrival of large quantities of plug-in electric cars, scientists from Argonne are working on a smarter smart grid capable of intelligently distributing electricity among appliances.
Researchers at the US Department of Energy’s Argonne Laboratory are working on developing the lithium-air battery, a technology that promises to store nearly as much energy as gasoline–but results are nowhere in sight.