Given recent interest in the discovery of naturally accumulating deposits of subsurface hydrogen known as geologic hydrogen, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced up to $20 million in funding to develop technologies that can stimulate the generation of hydrogen within the subsurface at the lowest cost and environmental impact.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced up to $30 million in funding to develop next-generation, high-energy storage solutions to help accelerate the electrification of the aviation, railroad, and maritime transportation sectors.
The U.S. Department of Energy today announced $10 million in funding for five projects working on new technologies and tools to reduce the environmental impact of aviation.
Climate Week NYC is the largest annual climate event of its kind, bringing together some 400 events and activities across New York City. This year’s theme was, “We Can. We Will.”
Members of ARPA-E’s leadership and Technology-to-Market (T2M) team spoke during events throughout Climate Week NYC to discuss ARPA-E’s mission as a disruptive and impactful early-stage energy R&D agency. They shared how the transformational energy technologies ARPA-E supports can help achieve our nation’s climate goals.
ARPA-E is the Department of Energy’s high-risk, high-potential early-stage R&D agency. ARPA-E’s mission is to help disruptive, impactful energy technologies reach proof-of-concept. At that point, other funding sources get involved to help bring these technologies to market. These sources can include private funding, government agencies, and other aspects of the DOE enterprise.
On August 17, 2023, Yard Stick PBC announced $10.6 million raised in Series A funding for their low-cost, in situ soil carbon measurement technology in a round led by Toyota Ventures Climate Fund with participation from the Microsoft Climate Innovation Fund, The Nature Conservancy, Lowercarbon Capital, Breakthrough Energy Ventures, Pillar VC, and others. Their Series A round brings Yard Stick’s total venture capital funding to over $16 million.