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Energy Dept Invests $125M in Energy Tech Projects; Ernest Moniz Comments

The Energy Department has awarded $125 million to support various technology projects intended to help meet the nation’s energy requirements. Universities, small and large businesses, national laboratories and nonprofit organizations will develop energy systems under the department’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy OPEN 2015 program, the Energy Department said Monday. “The …

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Energy Dept Invests $30M in Building Heat Loss Reduction Effort; Ellen Williams Comments

The Energy Department has invested $30 million in a new project that aims to help reduce heat loss in commercial and residential buildings. The program seeks to retrofit single-pane windows with transparent and insulating materials under the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy, the department said Wednesday. “The ARPA-E SHIELD program will help …

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Mark Peters Appointed Director of Idaho National Lab

Mark Peters, formerly associate director of the Argonne National Laboratory’s energy and global security directorate, will join Idaho National Laboratory as director on Oct. 1. INL said Thursday Peters will succeed John Grossenbacher, who also serves as president of Battelle Energy Alliance, the Battelle-led group that manages INL for the Energy Department. “Mark’s recognized …

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Michael Rogers: Cybercom, NSA Need Private Sector’s Help for Cyber Defense

Navy Adm. Michael Rogers, director of the National Security Agency, has said NSA and the U.S. Cyber Command need to forge partnerships with the commercial sector to protect data networks from cyber attacks, DoD News reported Tuesday. Cheryl Pellerin writes Rogers, also Cybercom’s leader, told the Aspen Security Forum in Colorado those partnerships could also …

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