Twitter | Search | |
U.S. Department of Energy
Building the new energy economy. Reducing nuclear dangers & environmental risks. Expanding the frontiers of knowledge via innovative scientific research.
25,076
Tweets
607
Following
780,753
Followers
Tweets
U.S. Department of Energy retweeted
Mark W. Menezes 1h
I commend Michael Howard on his leadership as CEO of EPRI. Mike’s success at the helm was evident by his commitment to a resilient energy future. I congratulate Arshad Mansoor as he transitions in as CEO. We look forward to continuing to partner with EPRI under his leadership.
Reply Retweet Like
U.S. Department of Energy retweeted
Joint Genome Inst. 20h
Watch in this video from highlighting the combination of collaborative science plus world-class facilities - to address the . More:.
Reply Retweet Like
U.S. Department of Energy 7h
Learners of all ages & all places should have access to STEM skills for tomorrow’s jobs. Check out ’s FY19 report — $22.5 million in funding, 15,980 program participants, 1,863 K-12 schools reached — and info on their STEM efforts.
Reply Retweet Like
U.S. Department of Energy retweeted
Dan Brouillette 8h
Thank you for allowing me to join the groundbreaking of RAIL, the Research and Innovation Laboratory, and for the announcement of ARIES, the Advanced Research on Integrated Energy Systems.
Reply Retweet Like
U.S. Department of Energy retweeted
Dan Brouillette 9h
Tune in LIVE as I join for an exciting announcement and groundbreaking at ’s lab in Golden, CO.
Reply Retweet Like
U.S. Department of Energy retweeted
Dan Brouillette 9h
. continues to lead the world in cutting-edge science and technology. They are transforming the way the world thinks about energy and innovating the way the nation and the world use energy.
Reply Retweet Like
U.S. Department of Energy 11h
Last week, Mark W. Menezes was sworn in as the Deputy Secretary of . 🚨 Follow ⬇️
Reply Retweet Like
U.S. Department of Energy retweeted
Mark W. Menezes 11h
The Administration and are proud to introduce initiatives – like the Plastics Innovations Challenge – that will create new jobs while also taking care of the environment.
Reply Retweet Like
U.S. Department of Energy retweeted
Mark W. Menezes 11h
DOE is investing in plastics innovation that will enhance recycling and facilitate newer, more efficient materials development. Learn more about ’s Plastics Innovation Challenge:
Reply Retweet Like
U.S. Department of Energy 11h
Interested in learning more about ’s Technology Commercialization Fund? The Office of Technology Transitions will be discussing the $30+ million funding opportunity during tomorrow’s session of their summer webinar series. Don’t miss out!
Reply Retweet Like
U.S. Department of Energy retweeted
Dan Brouillette 12h
Replying to @NREL
While in Colorado today, I am excited to visit and view their state-of-the-art facilities and latest research. Since starting as the Solar Energy Research Institute in 1977, NREL has made an impressive impact on the field.
Reply Retweet Like
U.S. Department of Energy retweeted
Dan Brouillette 12h
. is proud to support R&D in Colorado on renewable energy technology and other critical fields. That is why DOE has provided over $2 billion in funding since 2017 to support these crucial projects.
Reply Retweet Like
U.S. Department of Energy retweeted
DOE Press Staff Aug 11
🚨 to Visit Site of Proposed Ohio Petrochemical Complex Project in Eastern Ohio Read More ⬇️
Reply Retweet Like
U.S. Department of Energy retweeted
Mark W. Menezes Aug 11
The Challenge will position the United States for global leadership in energy-efficient, advanced plastics recycling.
Reply Retweet Like
U.S. Department of Energy retweeted
Mark W. Menezes Aug 11
Trump administration shows support for PTT ethane cracker project via
Reply Retweet Like
U.S. Department of Energy retweeted
DOE Press Staff Aug 11
Deputy U.S. energy secretary () to visit, push petrochemical plant. Read more via ➡️
Reply Retweet Like
U.S. Department of Energy retweeted
Dan Brouillette Aug 11
Plastics are important to our everyday lives, but the disposal of plastics is a global challenge. Learn more about ’s Plastics Innovation Challenge, an initiative with the goal of dramatically reducing plastic waste.
Reply Retweet Like
U.S. Department of Energy Aug 11
Ok, maybe we can’t bake cookies. But we can be a good neighbor in many other ways like sharing transformative science with the nation, providing education, and taking community input. Read more:
Reply Retweet Like
U.S. Department of Energy Aug 11
Can a used nuclear transportation cask explode? Will it spill out radioactive goo? tackles the most common misunderstandings about transporting used nuclear fuel ⤵️
Reply Retweet Like
U.S. Department of Energy retweeted
Mark W. Menezes Aug 11
Replying to @DepSecMenezes
By embracing innovation, we can continue our energy progress, strengthen energy security, and with it, facilitate the prosperity and the sovereignty of nations across the globe.
Reply Retweet Like