At this year’s Daytona 500, four fuel cell generators will power some of the broadcast cameras and spotlights, demonstrating how the technology could help NASCAR save money on fuel costs.
Last week marked the start of the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2015 with the announcement of 20 new collegiate teams selected to compete.
The U.S.-backed Ivanpah solar power tower plant in California officially opens, and we tell you four things you ought to – but probably don’t – know about it.
The Obama administration says utility-scale solar is already 60 percent of the way toward a 2020 hitting a goal of being competitive with conventional sources.
Here are a few ways the DOE is currently working toward the President’s vision for a cleaner, more secure future.
The U.S. looks to boost geothermal with support for enhancing systematic analysis of possible drilling locations in order to reduce risk and thus cost.
Here are some basic questions answered about fuel cell technology.
The U.S. Energy Department continues its support for the development of plug in electric vehicles with a new round of funding for innovation.
A program to offer quick, cheap and easy-to-understand home energy efficiency assessments gets fine-tuned; some conservatives see dark motives.
Over the last five years, American inventors and investors have delivered significant progress in developing and deploying key clean energy technologies, supported by Administration policies.
Looking for a coherent approach in the face of climate change, the White House formally launches a Quadrennial Energy Review, with an initial focus on infrastructure.