Stories with the tag: Renewable Energy
Two researchers at DOE’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have been elected to membership in the Washington State Academy of Sciences.
Release Date: 8/22/2016
A dozen clean energy technologies that enable everything from lightweight, fuel-sipping cars to the expansion of renewable energy and cleaner fossil fuel use are getting a boost at PNNL, thanks to $4.4 million from DOE's Technology Commercialization Fund.
Release Date: 6/21/2016
PNNL is hosting the Ninth Energy Storage Symposium: Beyond Lithium Ion, which will bring together about 250 of the world’s leading energy storage experts May 24-26, 2016, at PNNL's Richland, Washington campus.
Release Date: 5/16/2016
An unexpected discovery has led to a zinc-manganese oxide rechargeable battery that’s as inexpensive as conventional car batteries, but has a much higher energy density.
Release Date: 4/18/2016
PNNL will help three small businesses reduce the cost of hydropower, cut building energy use, and make adhesives from plants through new projects announced today by DOE’s Small Business Vouchers program.
Release Date: 3/10/2016
A new composite material combines a metal-organic framework with an iron-rich molecule to selectively trap oxygen.
Release Date: 3/8/2016
PNNL researchers get new opportunities to shape the country’s power grid for the future.
Release Date: 1/14/2016
Calcium carbonate found in chalk, shells and rocks is one of the most important materials on earth. New insights on how it turns into hard, strong materials will help scientists design materials needed for a low-carbon future.
Release Date: 1/8/2016
Renewable energy can be stored for less with PNNL’s new organic aqueous flow battery, which uses inexpensive and readily available materials. The new battery is expected to cost about 60 percent less than today’s standard flow batteries.
Release Date: 12/21/2015
PNNL and its partners are developing a unique way to balance the increasingly complex power grid: an incentive-based coordination and control system for distributed energy devices such as rooftop solar panels, batteries and electric vehicles.
Release Date: 12/15/2015