A report issued by NREL shows that state policy for renewable energy is linked closely with new renewable energy developments.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory will assist the US Army with a pilot program designed to help military installations reach net zero goals.
The PV Incubator program is designed to fund and inspire revolutionary advances in solar technology, but tough goals and hard work are pre-requisites.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory opens the doors of their new $33.5 million plant to potential biofuel development partners.
NREL tests in the lab and on Southern California roads showed gas-electric hybrids operate far cleaner while matching or beating the diesels on per-mile costs.
The U.S. Department of Energy is partnering with a California based company on a $2 million project to test the market capabilities of methanol fuel cells.
The National Renewable Energy Lab says its partnership with Amonix has yielded a concentrating photovoltaics technology competitive with natural gas on price.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s Executive Energy Leadership Program seeks applications from decision-makers in business, community and government.
NREL shuttles use the same basic technology as a conventional gasoline-powered engine but run on hydrogen fuel from the Wind to Hydrogen (Wind2H2) Project.
MiaSole recently announced manufacturing efficiencies of 15.7% on thin film solar cells, putting their tech on track to meet U.S. Department of Energy goals.
Konarka says its Power Plastic organic-based photovoltaic solar cells have demonstrated a verified, record-breaking 8.3% efficiency, according to the NREL.