In an ongoing attempt to establish the U.S. as leaders in climate change, the Department of Energy (DOE) has announced $8.4 million in funding to develop regional sequestration technology training projects.
The United States Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded $377 million in funding to 46 new Energy Frontier Research Centers (EFRC). The centers will be built at 31 universities, various non-profits, research organizations, and private firms across America.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is investing up to $11.8 million toward the development of solar energy grid integration systems (SEGIS).
With much of Congress' upcoming months being spend on deciding the Energy and Climate Bill for the US, the US Secretary of Energy, Steven Chu, wants to emphasize how switching focus to renewable energy will boost the economy.
In his 2003 State of the Union address, George Bush said “that the first car driven by a child born today could be powered by hydrogen, and pollution-free.” Electric vehicle advocate Paul Scott replied that if battery electric technology had been fully exploited for transportation, the first car driven by a child born during the Civil war would have been powered by a battery.
Senior Chinese officials are publicly musing about ramping up their renewable energy standards 50% over previous targets just two years ago.
Transportation, biomass, carbon offsets -- these were just some of the policy overhauls discussed this morning at a Senate Environment and Public Works committee hearing on energy and climate policy.
In opening statements before the Environment and Public Works committee, top Obama administration officials urged the Senate to take fast and effective action to accelerate the nation's expansion of clean energy generation, both to create jobs and to and cut the human-propelled greenhouse gas pollution that is causing