Scientific research and entrepreneurship in clean energy is alive and well at the ARPA-E Summit.
At the ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit, startups and research organizations show off the latest inventions in the multiple paths to cleaner energy.
The DOE's ARPA-E is funding energy research and development but the agency is seeking to engage large industrial companies to bridge the gap from lab to market.
The ARPA-E Summit showcases research in several clean-energy technology areas which the Department of Energy hopes to yield results from in a few years.
The ARPA-E Summit opens today to tout potential game-changing clean energy technologies and convince Congress to further fund the program. Entrepreneurs say the program helps long-term projects.
Looking to highlight the fruits of investing in energy research and development, the Department of Energy says six ARPA-E grants attracted four times more money from the private sector.
Energy Secretary Steven Chu visits ARPA-E grant winner 1366 Technologies, a tiny solar start-up shooting to make solar as cheap as coal.
Your guide to the ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit this week, where startups and research institutions are showing off the latest inventions in cleaner energy.
ARPA-E, the Department of Energy agency created to research clean-energy breakthroughs, puts an additional $106 million into 37 commercial and academic ventures.
The ARPA-E program is funding promising cutting-edge research, but there are financial and policy barriers for getting those technologies to a meaningful scale.