Scientific research and entrepreneurship in clean energy is alive and well at the ARPA-E Summit.
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 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.
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.
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.
This week's ARPA-E Summit brought together scientists and entrepreneurs aiming for a breakthrough in energy technology with everything from cheap solar cells to super-efficient gas engines.
DOE chief says research will reshape energy's future, enabling grids that run on renewable energy and creating batteries and vehicles that are both more efficient and powerful.
General Compressions lands first tranche of planned $54.5 million series B round to build underground compressed-air storage system tied to wind turbines.
By pairing biology and photovoltaics, a new "electrofuel" system could build alternative fuels.
Aiming for a breakthrough in biofuel production, Berkeley National Lab project seeks to tweak tobacco plants with hydrocarbon-producing properties of algae and cyanobacteria.