EERE Network News
February 22, 2012
News and Events
DOE has awarded $6.5 million to 19 clean energy projects by tribal nations in 10 states to support tribal energy.
DOE and the U.S. Department of Commerce are offering up to $1.3 million for clean energy training programs.
DOE has recognized EnerG2, which opened a new Oregon manufacturing plant for electric vehicle (EV) components with support from a $21.3 million DOE Recovery Act grant.
DOE has highlighted a new GE manufacturing facility in Louisville, Kentucky, that will produce high-efficiency water heaters designed with the help of a DOE national laboratory.
A number of leading companies are using fuel cells in their businesses to advance sustainability goals, according to a new DOE report.
A new licensing agreement allows qualified non-governmental and non-profit organizations to license patents from DOE's national laboratories.