The $50 Water Turbine – DIY, Portable, Powerful, and Open Source

My name is Daniel Connell. The last 10 years I’ve been developing low-tech alternative infrastructure, basically things people can make themselves from recycled readily available materials which takes care of their basic human needs. this is mostly to do with energy, water and sanitation, food, that sort of thing. I’m at a place called Valldaura […]

Unlock Expert Energy Analysis with REopt Lite

As our nation’s energy landscape continues to transform, federal agencies need cost-saving and resilient solutions for their sites. For more than 30 years, the Department of Energy’s Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) has helped federal agencies implement distributed energy projects. But with so many advanced energy opportunities, federal agencies need the ability to weigh the […]

BETD2018: Leveraging Public Finance in Future Energy Markets

Good afternoon to everyone. This is the best time of the day, as always, after the break. A warm welcome to everyone. Maybe we will be a few people more in the room? I would like to welcome you to the session on leveraging public finance in future energy markets. As mentioned before the break, […]

Office of Nuclear Energy Intern: Jacquelyn Carter

Hi my name is Jacquelyn Carter. I’m a senior at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga and I am a summer intern for the Office of Nuclear Energy. I wanted to keep an open mind in accepting this internship so that I just didn’t instantly say “no to nuclear.” Saying “yes” to this internship, I learned a […]

National Labs Improving Photovoltaic Technology

Charlie Gay: Lower costs will come about as a sum of a number of parts. Our National Renewable Energy Lab is unique… Being able to create the fundamental models for how materials perform, the equipment and infrastructure to actually make the materials that follow those models, and they have the test hardware to prove that […]

Energy Talks – Nuclear Energy – The Global State of Play

It is remarkable and it’s inspiring to think that we really do have an opportunity to have impact in really affect and change the world. So, with that the first half of my career at DOE I worked in the nuclear non-proliferation warhead security and related areas international non-proliferation, foreign intel, even nuclear security oversight. […]

Office of Nuclear Energy Intern: Kadijah Powell-Brooks

Hello, my name is Kadijah Powell-Brooks, a sophomore at Spellman College and an intern in the Office of Nuclear Energy. So, over the summer, I had the opportunity of analyzing the data of our global competitors and actually being able to understand their strategies on how they get more customers. I believe, with that, we […]