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viii, 122 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
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Oak Ridge National Laboratory produced the world's first 3D printed excavator. It debuted in March 2017 at the CONEXPO-Con/AGG in Las Vegas and does more than just move dirt. It demonstrates the latest advancements in additive manufacturing - including the ability to print with metal alloys.
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Wind power is growing in America. Fourteen states get more than 10% of their electricity from wind.
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This video features getting to know the Secretary of Energy, Rick Perry. Perry confirmed to lead America’s top science agency for the Trump Administration.
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Researchers at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration developed Science on a Sphere to help explain Earth system science to people of all ages. Animated images, ranging from space to ocean temperatures and more, can be seen on this interactive sphere.
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Scientists at Oak Ridge National Laboratory are about to change the way that you do laundry. They recently developed an ultrasonic drying concept that uses vibrations instead of heat to dry clothes. This technology is expected to be up to five times more efficient than today’s products and will dry your clothes in half the time. In about two years, researchers took this basic science concept and recently developed it into a full-scale press dryer and clothes dryer drum – setting the stage for it to one day go to market through partners like General Electric Appliances. The ultrasonic dryer, which is supported by the Department of Energy’s Building Technologies Office, is expected to cut drying time to about 20 minutes per load – down significantly from the average 50 minutes it currently takes Americans to do their laundry.
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ENERGY…. It impacts all of us. It always has. And It always will. That’s why the U.S. Department of Energy exists... to bring energy and science to the people.
This video display’s America’s first offshore wind farm. It’s the Block Island Wind Farm off the coast of Rhode Island. Its 5 turbines will produce 30MW of clean energy.
You may already know that public transportation reduces pollution and eases congestion on the road. However, many transit fleets are switching over to cleaner, alternative fuels and technologies, making this mode of transportation even more sustainable.
This video breaks down the numbers and impact of the Energy Department’s Weatherization Assistance Program.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today released a new report that highlights the accelerated deployment of five clean energy technologies: wind turbines, solar technologies for both utility-scale and distributed photovoltaic (PV), electric vehicles (EVs) and light-emitting diodes (LEDs). The report, Revolution…Now, was announced by Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz during a discussion at The Atlantic’s Washington Ideas Forum.
The U.S. Department of Energy Collegiate Wind Competition prepares students from multiple disciplines to enter tomorrow’s wind energy workforce. As part of the competition, undergraduate students build and test a wind turbine, establish a deployment strategy, and develop and deliver a business plan.
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The United States has one of the largest electric vehicle fleets in the world. This video breaks down all the numbers on EVs.
The U.S. Department of Energy Office of Legacy Management is evaluating groundwater flow and contaminant transport at a former uranium mill site near Tuba City, Arizona. We estimated effects of temporal and spatial variability in evapotranspiration (ET) on recharge and discharge within a groundwater model domain (GMD) as part of this evaluation. We used remote sensing algorithms and precipitation (PPT) data to estimate ET and the ET/PPT ratios within the 3531 hectare GMD. For the period from 2000 to 2012, ET and PPT were nearly balanced (129 millimeters per year [mm yr<sup>-1</sup>] and 130 mm yr<sup>-1</sup>, respectively; ET/PPT = 0.99). However, seasonal and annual variability in ET and PPT were out of phase, and spatial variability in vegetation differentiated discharge and recharge areas within the GMD. Half of ET occurred during spring and early summer when PPT was low, and about 70% of PPT arriving in fall and winter was discharged as plant transpiration in the spring and summer period. Vegetation type and health had a significant effect on the site water balance. Plant cover and ET were significantly higher (1) during years of lighter compared to years of heavier grazing pressure, and (2) on rangeland protected from grazing compared to rangeland grazed by livestock. Heavy grazing increased groundwater recharge (PPT > ET over the 13-year period). Groundwater discharge (ET > PPT over the 13-year period) was highest in riparian phreatophyte communities but insignificant in desert phreatophyte communities impacted by heavy grazing. Grazing management in desert upland and phreatophyte communities may result in reduced groundwater recharge, increased groundwater discharge, and could be used to influence local groundwater flow.
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Think. Make. Innovate. A festival of invention, creativity and resourcefulness that gathers makers of all kinds. Scientists are seeking to find innovative solutions to the energy challenges in the world.
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The Department of Energy has some of the best supercomputers in the world. Now, they’re joining the fight against cancer. Learn about our new partnership with the National Cancer Institute and GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals.
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An overview of WIPP including a description of its history, waste characterization, and disposal activities.

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