Sandia National Laboratories is helping deploy a portable hydrogen fuel cell unit to provide green, sustainable power to the Honolulu port.
GE and Sandia National Labs say they’ve gleaned insights that could quiet wind turbines, and a 1 decibel noise drop means 2 percent more power.
At SWiFT, a U.S., Texas Tech and industry collaboration, researchers will focus on how to make large wind farms more efficient.
The U.S. is developing regional test centers for large-scale solar power technology, hoping to boost investor confidence in projects.
The U.S. Department of Energy talks about a CPU cooler developed at one of its labs which helps reduce energy need to cool computers at data centers.
Sandia Labs in New Mexico is undertaking a five-year, $4.1-million project to design a vertical-axis wind turbine for offshore use.
Sandia Laboratories develops an atmospheric sampling device smaller, lighter, less expensive and yet more accurate for taking air samples for climate modeling.
A new project, SPIDER will help transform the way the US military deals with power failures, integrating solar and wind into microgrids.
New research shows diode laser lighting is, in some cases, preferable to LED lighting, debunking the assumption that it was unpleasing to the human eye.
The Sandia labs are simulating marine-power systems and working with the industry, hoping their experience in wind power will help accelerate development.