The DOE completes its biggest demolition project ever, of the K-25 gaseous diffusion building, where uranium was enriched for the Hiroshima bomb.
Researchers are working to understand a new group of crystals that might yield the right blend of colors for white LEDs as well as other uses.
The Department of Energy has been preaching energy savings, but an audit of its own facilities finds $6.6 million in missed annual savings.
Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s BioEnergy Science Center have described what makes “tension wood” so desirable as a biofuel feedstock.
A new material developed by Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Lockheed Martin could reduce the cost of Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion technology by half.
Scientists at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory are making progress on the next generation of battery technology.
General Electric seeks to develop a next-generation wind generator that could support larger wind turbines.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory has agreed to further develop the Ring Power Multiplier, a grid stabilizing technology that could be a smart grid breakthrough.
An online, interactive map of the nation’s tidal streams gives insight into potential power production from U.S. waters, both on a large scale and locally.
The U.S. Department of Energy recently installed twenty-five solar-assisted charging stations for electric vehicles, with plans for more, in Tennessee.
Scientists have been studying green photosynthetic bacteria in hopes of using the data to progress the efficiency of solar cell devices.