Attention scientists, entrepreneurs and engineers with projects on how to solve the U.S.’s most challenging energy problems – the U.S. Department of Energy wants to fund you.
The recently concluded ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit brought together the likes of Bill Clinton, Bill Gates and many others to discuss and see some of the most cutting edge cleantech innovations of the moment.
ARPA-E’s Eergy Innovation Summit in Washington D.C., is designed to showcase the best some of America’s minds have to offer in green technology. We check out some of the most interesting ones here.
Colorado Energy News reports on how the DOE’s Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy seems to have broad bipartisan support despite political fighting at the federal level.
Government scientists—and EarthTechling’s Susan Kraemer—breathe a sigh of relief after House Republicans fail to slash science and energy research funding.
ARPA-E funding totaling $156 million goes to projects in biofuels, rare earth alternatives, thermal storage, grid controls and solar power electronics.
The Obama administration says five companies backed with modest government seed money have pulled in big private venture-capital support.
The left-right coalition Green Scissors says Congress could trim $380 billion from future deficits by cutting energy subsidies – including some for renewables.
A recent webcast by Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy talked about the DOE plans to invest in innovation for affordable clean energy technologies.
The U.S. Department of Energy announced a fourth round of funding through ARPA-E up to $130 million for five specific project areas.