The Energy Department is investing $9.5 million in heat pump and building material technologies to ensure that homes and offices perform more efficiently.
What’s the buzz on the Internet today? A battery that breathes, the present and the future of cleantech investments and a new version of geothermal.
The U.S. Department of Energy announces the six regional hosting sites for the National University Clean Energy Business Challenge.
How is the Energy Department spending federal stimulus dollars? Answer: Smart grids get a powerful $204 million boost with the government’s recent grant to Duke Energy.
Energy officials from various governments met recently as the International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation for the promotion of global teamwork on energy-saving policies and programs.
The U.S. Department of Energy has announced funding of $60 million to be distributed among small businesses who are innovating in clean energy technology.
The U.S. Department of Energy has announced $62 million funding to develop concentrating solar power (CSP) systems that operate at low costs while producing electrical power.