EERE Network News
March 14, 2012
News and Events
President Obama has launched DOE's EV-Everywhere Challenge to enable researchers and businesses to team up to make electric vehicles (EV) less expensive.
DOE has launched the next phase of its Bright Tomorrow Lighting Prize competition to create energy-saving lighting products.
DOE has offered up to $5.2 million in funding to advance heating and cooling systems as well as other building efficiency technologies.
Four major firms have joined DOE's National Clean Fleets Partnership, a public-private initiative aimed at reducing gasoline and diesel use.
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New lighting options means bulbs should be bought based on lumens, not watts.
A Milwaukee manufacturer is using robots to make solar panels as a result of DOE State Energy Program funding.