U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)

US Announces USD $34mn Investment To Improve 12 Electricity Projects

US’s Department of Energy (DOE) made an announcement for investing $34 million in 12 projects across 11 states. The project aimed at strengthening and modernising America’s aging power grid through the development of cost-effective, high-speed, and safe undergrounding technologies. These projects claim to support undergrounding electric power lines, helping modernize the electric grid and replace […]

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DOE Unveils $135 Million Investment to Propel Industrial Decarbonization in America

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced a substantial investment of $135 million in 40 projects aimed at industrial decarbonization, crucial in driving the nation towards a net-zero emissions economy by 2050. By advancing transformative and innovative technologies, these projects will play a significant role in decarbonizing the U.S. industrial sector. “America’s industrial sector […]

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The Top 5: Most Attractive Countries for Renewable Energy Investment

The governments around the world are looking to accelerate and broaden the scope of their renewables programs. The investors are looking out for the most attractive countries for Renewable Energy investment. But the world stands at the turn to future of energy facing dual visions – need of self-reliance in energy sector in a highly […]

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CalWave Commissions Open-water Wave Energy Pilot in California

US firm CalWave has announced it has successfully commissioned its CalWave x1™ off the coast of San Diego, marking the beginning of California’s first at-sea, long-duration wave energy pilot operating fully submerged. The project is supported by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) funding, with the goal to demonstrate CalWave’s scalable and patented xWave technology. […]

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NREL Study Chalks Out Plan for Zero-carbon Grid Using Solar

By 2035, solar energy has the potential to power 40% of the USA’s electricity, drive deep decarbonisation of the grid, and employ as much as 1.5 million people—without raising electricity prices, finds a new study released by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). The study titled “Solar Futures Study” calls for massive and equitable deployment […]

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