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Rick Perry 13h
The future of is bright due to the hard work of our . This past week I had the privilege to join at one of ’s most fascinating labs, . The world is in good hands due to the innovative work at NREL.
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Rick Perry Aug 18
North Dakota is leading the country in energy production from coal to LNG to wind, and this week I had the opportunity to sit down with ’s to talk about N.D.’s all-of-the-above energy revolution that is fueling America’s .
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Through science and technology, researchers have been improving the lives of millions of Americans for more than 75 years. Learn about just a few amazing discoveries ▶️
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Energy Department Aug 18
🎉 Researchers from & made the first particle accelerator beam measurement in 6 dimensions! 6D is like 3D but includes 3 additional coordinates on the x, y, and z axes to track motion or velocity. 👉
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Energy Department Aug 17
Could your next flight be powered by industrial waste gas? ✈️ Learn about the technology that cleared the way for a new type of sustainable jet fuel ➡
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Energy Department Aug 17
This one's for the makers! Our podcast dives into the world of engineers, researchers and artisans who create the stuff that drives science forward. 🎧 Listen to the episode: 📡 Subscribe to Direct Current:
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Energy Department Aug 17
How is America's electrical grid performing? ⚡🤔 Get real-time updates with this data tool from
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Brookhaven Lab Aug 17
: The superhot collisions at melt protons and neutrons, freeing their inner building blocks, so scientists can study the force that holds them together.
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Energy Department Aug 17
🤖 Meet the robots that have helped keep Savannah River Site workers safe through the years.
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Jefferson Lab Aug 17
This week hosted its Summer Science Camp for Deaf and Hard-Of-Hearing Youth. Now in its 5th year, the camp offers hands-on science activities presented in a barrier-free environment for youth in the deaf and hard-of-hearing community.
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Energy Department Aug 17
We work with gov & industry to help protect energy systems from threats by: ✔️Strengthening energy sector cybersecurity preparedness ✔️Coordinating cyber incident response & recovery ✔️Advancing RD&D for energy delivery systems MORE ▶️
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Rick Perry Aug 17
. and "I gotta feeling” that Team U.S.A.🇺🇸 might win the Competition in Mexico City.
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Energy Department Aug 17
🏠's FREE guide has tips to make your home more comfortable and easier to heat and cool, while saving you money. 👉 Download it here:
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Energy Department Aug 17
📚It's time! Sign up for the newsletter to get the inside scoop on Energy Department activities throughout the year:
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DOE Science Aug 17
Happy Margaret Heafield Hamilton, software engineer who helped write the code for Apollo missions
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PPPL Aug 17
Protecting the power grid: Advanced plasma switch can make the grid more efficient for long-distance transmission
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NNSA Administrator Aug 16
’s first powered aircraft carrier, , was commissioned in 1961? Learn about the Big “E” and the operations in which this carrier played a critical role to defend our Nation for more than four decades.
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Rick Perry Aug 16
It’s an honor to attend the Competition with Dean Kamen, an event that inspires youth around the world to develop STEM skills that are pivotal to energy, science, and innovation.
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Energy Department Aug 17
A new supercomputer 🖥️ named Eagle 🦅 will be landing at 🔜 to help scientists work on energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies. 👉 MORE:
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Energy Department Aug 16
📈ENERGY STAT: U.S. crude oil production is expected to average 10.7 million barrels per day this year, up from 9.4 million barrels per day in 2017. More from
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