A new program will develop novel approaches to renewable fuels.
A dip in nanotube ink turns ordinary office paper into a high-energy electrode.
Process could capture carbon more cheaply.
Using nickel as a catalyst rather than platinum could also mean less-expensive fuels cells.
New design does away with the need for a complex gearbox.
Thin, battery-like films change color when the weather changes.
Climate deal could deliver incentives to grow nascent energy technologies.
DOE funds the development of low-cost sodium-ion batteries.
Startup Porifera is developing membranes to separate greenhouse gases from smokestacks.
California is about to implement a standard to boost cleaner fuels and punish the rest.