ARPA-E ANNOUNCES NEW PROGRAM FOR CARBON-NEGATIVE BUILDING MATERIALS
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced up to $45 million for the HESTIA program to support the development of technologies that can transform buildings into net carbon storage structures. With carbon-storing building materials often being scarce, expensive, and geographically limited, DOE is pioneering technologies that overcome these barriers to lower or eliminate emissions associated with their production.
In March 2022, ARPA-E will head back to Denver for the twelfth ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit. Register now to join the nation’s top energy innovators, investors, and entrepreneurs for three days of technology demonstrations, discussions of the most important energy challenges facing America, and one-of-a-kind networking opportunities.
ARPA-E ANNOUNCES 4 PROJECTS IN NEW EXPLORATORY TOPIC
Projects within this Exploratory Topic will develop technologies aimed at reducing sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) emissions from the electric transmission and distribution sector. These technologies could have a significant and widespread global impact as countries look to reduce, regulate, or eliminate SF6 emissions from their electrical grids.
After the recent excitement around Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's announcement of a major physics breakthrough in fusion, Commonwealth Fusion Systems and their partners at MIT announced a fusion engineering achievement of equally incredible significance.
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