The DOE’s ARPA-E (Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy) program selected 37 projects to pursue research that could fundamentally change energy usage and production. These projects include studying the power flow of wind and solar energy, the usage of bacteria to produce automobile fuel from sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide, liquid metal grid-scale batteries, Carbon Dioxide capture using artificial enzymes, and low cost crystals for LED lighting. ARPA-E is receiving a total of $400 million under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, and this first round of projects will receive a total of $151 million in funding.
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