ARPA-E

Politics
Solutions to the climate crisis are possible, asserts former U.S. Energy Secretary Dr. Ernest Moniz, but the nation needs
Business
These energy innovators are asking the quintessential "what if" questions to circumvent the regulatory and market uncertainties
Environment
When it comes to climate change we are winning battles but losing the war. If we want to change our trajectory and solve a problem as complex as this, breakthrough innovation -- in technology, business, governance, finance, and civil society -- is essential.
Environment
Vice Admiral Michele Howard, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, who was interviewed at ARPA-E by The Atlantic's Steve Clemons, gives us hope that diversity could be a secret weapon to shift calcified -- and white-male-dominated -- industries into innovation overdrive.
Business
In this new day of belt-tightening, collaborative technologies, open innovation and social media, there are people in every
Business
The lesson that seems to be lost on Capitol Hill these days is that it's not about investing in winners. It's about hedging bets by investing in a number of innovative technologies knowing that some will thrive and others will lead to new ones that thrive.
Small Business
Here are six tips distilled for aspiring entrepreneurs from Steve Blank and others at the summit.
Environment
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Environment
Clean energy is still much more expensive and less reliable than coal or gas, and in an era of heightened budget austerity, the subsidies required to make clean energy artificially cheaper are becoming unsustainable.
Environment
As Republicans and Democrats appear willing to cut funding for energy innovation programs, a bipartisan group of senators have spoken out in support of maintaining funding for an agency that invests in game-changing research.
Politics
As we pray for Congresswoman Giffords, we think of her not only as a cherished friend but as a valued leader, whose vision, intellect, drive and enthusiasm are so important to our nation's future.
Environment
There is reason to be optimistic, but the competition is great and growing rapidly. At stake is our stature as a superpower
Environment
America is at a "Sputnik moment," Energy Secretary Stephen Chu said today. The government's next moves will determine whether the country leads the clean-tech race -- or loses it to China.
Environment
That project is to improve our national academic-based science culture. We must create a culture that does a much better
Environment
President Obama understands the challenge. His economic stimulus bill included more than $80 billion in clean energy investments
Environment
Our generation is ready. As two members of the millennial generation and leaders in the youth energy and climate movement