EERE Network News
November 30, 2011
News and Events
DOE has announced that its analysis shows that buildings meeting the 2010 version of the national energy standard for most buildings could save 18.5% more energy than those built to meet the 2007 version of the standard.
DOE has recognized the launch of the Huntsville WISE Gold Program, one of DOE's Better Buildings Neighborhood projects linking the public and private sectors for energy improvements.
An innovative fuel cell system has been commissioned at the Army's Aberdeen Proving Ground as part of a collaboration between DOE and the Department of Defense designed to test how fuel cells perform in real world operations.
The Department of Defense (DOD) has picked 27 new projects to demonstrate emerging energy technologies on military bases.
DOE’s Brookhaven National Laboratory has turned on the largest solar photovoltaic array in the eastern United States.
Plymouth, Massachusetts, called "America's Hometown," has embarked on energy efficiency upgrades at its 1921 vintage town hall thanks to DOE funding.