The Energy Department is planning to allocate $24M for a four-year research project on the use of supercomputing technology and computer-based design to help accelerate scientific efforts, the DOE said Tuesday.Read More »
The Energy Department plans to award new and renewal grants worth a combined $100M over three years for university-led research projects on particle physics.Read More »
The Department of Energy is investing $53M to fund 53 early-stage solar technology projects with the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office. Selected participants will work within the areas of photovoltaics and concentrating solar-thermal power, aiming to develop technologies that support a growing workforce for renewable energy, the DOE said Tuesday.Read More »
The Energy Department has issued a new policy framework regulating cooperation between the U.S. and China concerning the sharing of civilian nuclear technology. The DoE said on Thursday that the new framework was developed due to concerns that China may be attempting to acquire nuclear technology from U.S. companies in such a manner that is, in the words of Energy Secretary Rick Perry, “outside of established processes of U.S.-China civil nuclear cooperation.”Read More »
The Department of Energy is investing a maximum of $28M in research, development and demonstration efforts aiming to support U.S. energy infrastructure cybersecurity. The DOE said Monday its Office of Cybersecurity, Energy Security and Emergency Response will partner with industry to develop cyber threat mitigation, detection and prevention technologies.Read More »
The Department of Energy has awarded 85 research contracts worth a total of $218M to academic institutions and the department’s national laboratories to conduct studies in quantum information science.
The department said Monday the contract awards align with the Trump administration’s plan to advance research in quantum computing, which could lead to innovations in computer and information processing and other technologies.
The Department of Energy has invested $80M in 42 projects that will support studies on advanced vehicle technologies for the U.S. transportation system.
The department said Wednesday investing in modern transportation systems will help provide low-cost mobility options, boost domestic energy security and U.S. economic growth and reduce dependence on imported critical materials.
The Department of Energy has chosen 36 projects worth a combined value of $80M to support a research and development program that aims to reduce the cost of bio-based drop-in fuels by 2022.
The department said Tuesday it expects the bioenergy effort to allow consumers to choose from a range of low-cost transportation energy resources.
The Energy Department has launched an online platform designed to help investors and developers find information from DOE’s network of 17 national laboratories. DOE said Tuesday the web-based Lab Partnering Service offers a single access point for industry to harness research, technical expertise, technology and intellectual property at the labs. The tool allows users …Read More »
The Energy Department plans to provide potential four-year, $100 million funds for 42 research centers developing projects on solar and nuclear power, fuel and chemical production, conservation and storage, electronics and computation, earth subsurface control and carbon capture. An average of $2 to 4 million will be awarded annually to the …Read More »