A portion of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding is to help companies improve the efficiency of manufacturing processes.
DOE commissions the Minerals Metals & Materials Society to study materials opportunities to meet U.S. energy goals.
One Pacific Northwest National Laboratory researcher says the report has significant implications for public and private sector interests engaging in future research, financial and policy decisions in this area.
Nanofibers were essential to producing a high efficiency lighting device in research that was supported by the Department of Energy's Solid-State Lighting program.
Companies are planning to construct a biomass gasifier that will work with Rentech's Product Demonstration Unit to produce renewable synthetic fuels from biomass.
Power company donates money to 10 California community colleges for green education and job training.
Three of the five Science and Technology Centers have been working in sustainable energy alternatives, water development, and containing pesticides, among other research.
EPA and USDA finalize rules on renewables and biomass, respectively, while agencies lay out commercialization strategy in the new report, "Growing America's Fuel."
Conservationists and public interest groups encourage Congress to cut $20 billion in spending and invest in a green economy.
A University of Missouri professor and colleagues have developed a biomass cultivation model for a proposed 50-megawatt natural gas-fired power plant in Southern California.
Cascade Sierra Solutions says 59 truck owners have turned in pre-1994 trucks for a $5,000 scrap credit and about 85 percent of the trucks are being replaced.
Agencies seek to meet National Action Plan for Energy Efficiency goals five years earlier than originally envisioned.
The March 26 workshop will focus on best practices in water conservation for small- and medium-sized craft brewers and cheese companies.
Under a DOE contract, LMI will support the Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) in implementing an order that requires federal agencies to set greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets and increase energy efficiency.
The company's Green Pulse Check helps federal agencies determine the effectiveness of their strategies and learn best practices.
The trucks are powered by a combination of a hydrogen fuel cell and lithium batteries and have a potential range of up to 400 miles.
The solar manufacturer plans to use $5.7 million in clean energy manufacturing tax credits to accelerate expansion of its Norcross, Ga., plant.
Two J.R. Simplot plants and one ConAgra Foods plant have demonstrated superior energy performance, using nearly 20 percent less energy than similar facilities.