In this article, DOE interviews one of the world's leading experts who spearheaded the development of the recently established Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) standards known as J2601, which establish a fast hydrogen fueling protocol enabling a driving range equivalent to internal combustion gasoline engine vehicles.
PC TEL INC - 10-Q - : Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations
Members of FEMP's staff were recognized with a GreenGov Presidential Green Team Award for work done in partnership with the Department of Transportation.
DOE Announces Webinars on High Performance Space Conditioning Systems, Davis-Bacon Act Compliance, and More
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Vendini Joins PCI Security Standards Council to Improve Payment Data Security Worldwide, Hires Former PG&E Security Lead to Innovate Security Techniques
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Energy (DOE) today released the 2015 Fuel Economy Guide, providing consumers with a valuable resource to help them choose the most fuel-efficient and low greenhouse gas emitting vehicles that meet their needs.
In comparison to previous years, the 2015 models include a greater number of fuel efficient and low-emission vehicles in a broader variety of classes and sizes.
Salzburg AG has selected Atos as its lead partner to manage the transition of 470,000 electric meters to smart meters and monitor the necessary infrastructure. An international team consisting of Atos and Atos Worldgrid consultants from Italy, France, Germany, and Austria is currently working on the transition. The smart meters are scheduled to be installed…
WASHINGTON--Today, as part of the Administration’s all-of-the-above energy approach, the Department of Energy has selected four projects to receive funding for next-generation gasification systems that also reduce harmful greenhouse gas emissions. Awardees will receive approximately $16 million to advance the gasification process, which converts carbon-based materials like coal into syngas for use as power, chemicals, hydrogen, and transportation fuels.