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R.I. Officials, EPA Celebrate Successful Climate Showcase Communities Partnership

March 2nd, 2015
WARWICK, R.I. – Rhode Island’s Congressional delegation today joined the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), elected officials, and community leaders to celebrate innovative work accomplished by four Ocean State communities to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions in municipal and residential buildings

FERC Staff to Convene a Technical Conference on Increasing Real-Time and Day-Ahead Market Efficiency through Improved Software on June 22-24, 2015

February 26th, 2015

FERC staff sends Nineteenth Report to Congress on progress made in licensing and constructing the Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline

February 24th, 2015

FERC Staff Issues Energy Infrastructure Update for January 2015

February 23rd, 2015

Brookhaven dedicates ‘brightest beacon at the frontiers of discovery’

February 23rd, 2015
From the floor to the rafters, the world's most advanced synchrotron light source was filled with hundreds of people'including U.S.

NREL software tool a boon for wind industry

February 23rd, 2015
Wind energy is blowing away skeptics'it's so close to achieving cost parity with fossil fuels that just a little extra efficiency is all that is likely needed to push it into the mainstream and past the Energy Department's goal of 20% wind energy by 2030.

DARPA taps LLNL to restore touch to amputees

February 23rd, 2015
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) recently selected Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) to join a collaborative research team that intends to build the world's first neural system to enable naturalistic feeling and movements in prosthetic hands.

Software, supercomputers are key to exploring astronomical mysteries

February 23rd, 2015
The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope, whose construction is led by DOE's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, is currently in the advanced design phase.' Placed in Cerro Pachon, Chile, it will enable the world's largest imaging survey, taking repeated images of the southern sky beginning in 2020.

NETL invents improved oxygen carriers

February 23rd, 2015
One of the keys to the successful deployment of chemical looping technologies is the development of affordable, high performance oxygen carriers.

SLAC’s Tony Heinz will lead work on novel nanoscale materials

February 23rd, 2015
Tony Heinz, a scientist known for exploring the properties of nanoscale materials and developing important new tools for that exploration, has joined DOE's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory as a professor of photon science and Stanford University as a professor of applied physics.