EERE Network News
February 08, 2012
News and Events
DOE has announced plans to fund a Batteries and Energy Storage Hub, using $120 million over the next five years to drive research and development of improved batteries for vehicles and the electric grid.
DOE has highlighted its partnership with the Volvo Group to use cutting-edge trucking technologies that will boost the U.S. auto and manufacturing industries.
The City of Houston has joined DOE's Better Buildings Challenge, a public-private partnership that seeks to improve energy efficiency by 20% by the end of the decade.
DOE has released a study showing that the popularity of energy-efficient lighting products in the United States has increased over the past decade.
The Department of the Interior has announced that it is moving ahead with offshore wind energy areas along the Atlantic Coast.
Thanks to DOE support, Hawaii has begun installing electric vehicle (EV) charging stations at state sites.
DOE has reached into top university talent pools to help advance its SunShot Initiative.