Volume 92 Issue 12 | p. 24
Issue Date: March 24, 2014

ARPA-E Summit Put The Spotlight On Energy Innovations

Natural gas, funding concerns shadowed technologies that promise low- or no-carbon energy
Department: Business
Keywords: Energy, ARPA-E, solar, energy storage, energy efficiency, natural gas

The Obama Administration’s “all of the above” energy strategy was on display at a gathering of technologists, businesspeople, and policy wonks held outside Washington, D.C., last month. The Department of Energy’s fifth ARPA-E summit celebrated advances in solar power, energy storage, transportation, energy efficiency, and more.

ARPA-E, which stands for Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy, devises research programs and provides early-stage grants to researchers for advanced energy technologies. This year, new technologies found themselves . . .

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