Department of Energy (DOE)

US Energy Dept Issues Letter Of Intent For Funding CSP Deployment

US department of energy (DOE) recently shared its intention to fund solar concentrator project with a potential funding of upto $30 million for research, development.  The Solar Energy Technologies Office (SETO) made a fund opportunity announcement (FOA) in its notification for “Concentrating Solar Flux to Heat and Power.” The letter mentioned, “This project is estimated to […]

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US Announces Investing $254mn To Decarbonize Domestic Manufacturing

The Department of Energy (DOE) of the United States (US) recently announced that it would invest $171 million in 49 projects across 21 states. This announcement supported United States (US) President Biden’s ‘Investing In America’ agenda. The announcement stated, “This investment aimed to give new funding opportunity to advance next-generation technologies to cut emissions and […]

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US Bipartisan Infra Law To Create $8.3bn In12 Years: DOE

The Department of Energy (DOE) in the United State recently announced Twin States Clean Energy Link, the National Grid’s proposed transmission project. This project will support New England’s climate, clean energy, and energy security goals. This was selected as one of three projects nationwide to receive investment through the US Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s Transmission Facilitation […]

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Fluoride Electrolyte Innovation: Transforming Batteries for a Sustainable Future

In a significant development for the field of battery technology, scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory have made a groundbreaking discovery involving a fluoride electrolyte that could potentially protect next-generation batteries against performance decline. This innovation could have a transformative impact on the electric vehicle (EV) industry and other advanced battery […]

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$26M Investment In RE Grid Demonstration Projects By Biden Administration

US President Joe Biden has announced a US $26M investment to demonstrate that the US electricity grid can be run fully on renewables and energy storage. The program will investigate how renewable energy can sustain grid dependability and allow it to stay connected during disturbances or reboot it in the event of a shutdown through […]

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Wind Energy Accounted for 42% New U.S. Capacity in 2020

More wind energy was installed in 2020 than any other energy source, accounting for 42% of new U.S. capacity, says the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). By contrast, solar amounted to only 38% of new capacity last year. The U.S. wind industry supports 116,800 jobs. The DOE has released three reports showing record growth in […]

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