Department of Energy Biden-Harris Year One Summary

Department of Energy Biden-Harris Year One Summary

The Department of Energy (DOE) had a standout first year of the Biden-Harris administration. We pioneered game-changing scientific research, safely advanced our important nuclear security and cleanup missions, and made huge strides to tackle the climate crisis, build our clean energy economy, and create good-paying jobs.

 

TOP ACCOMPLISHMENTS

  • FUNDING CLIMATE SOLUTIONS
  • ACCELERATING CLEAN ENERGY BREAKTHROUGHS
  • IMPLEMENTING THE BIPARTISAN INFRASTRUCTURE LAW (BIL)
  • FINANCING CLEAN ENERGY DEPLOYMENT
  • SUPERCHARGING SOLAR POWER
  • REINTRODUCING DOE TO THE WORLD
  • BRINGING JUSTICE40 TO LIFE
  • RESPONDING TO THREATS TO ENERGY SYSTEMS
  • EMPOWERING ENERGY COMMUNITIES
  • BUILDING A CLEAN ENERGY WORKFORCE
  • LEADING THE WORLD IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
  • ADVANCED NUCLEAR SECURITY AND CLEANUP

EVENTS

Secretary Granholm delivered over 300 speeches, fireside chats, roundtables and panel discussions to a wide variety of audiences, including environmental justice leaders, climate advocates, local elected officials, members of Congress, businesses, investors, foundations and more.

Deputy Secretary Turk delivered over 80 speeches, fireside chats, roundtables and panel discussions.

Secretary Granholm visited 24 states with over 50 members of Congress and 19 local elected officials.

Secretary Granholm did joint in-person events with three Cabinet members, and did two out-of-town events with VPOTUS and one with POTUS.

Secretary Granholm visited 14 National Labs, virtually and in-person.

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(SOURCE) https://www.energy.gov/articles/department-energy-biden-harris-year-one-summary

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