## Latest Stories

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AUGUST 9, 2022
News Release

### Strengthening Puerto Rico's Power Grid

EGRASS helps prepare and fortify critical structures to protect against the worst consequences of new hurricanes.
JUNE 2, 2022
Feature

### Simulating the Role of Grid-Forming Inverters in the Future Electric Grid

PNNL researchers developed a new model to help power system operators and planners better evaluate how grid-forming, inverter-based resources could affect the system stability.
APRIL 21, 2022
News Release

DECEMBER 2, 2021
Feature

### Are Microgrids a Key to Grid Resiliency?

With an eye on renewable, accessible, and resilient power, PNNL researchers show hyper-local microgrids are a viable option, if designed with the right mix of sources.
NOVEMBER 29, 2021
Feature

### Seeking to Reduce Carbon Footprint with Foot on Two Continents

Johannes Lercher, Battelle Fellow and director of the PNNL Institute for Integrated Catalysis, envisions energy storage solutions at the new Energy Sciences Center.
NOVEMBER 4, 2021
News Release

### Renewable Hydrogen Fuel Being Studied for the Port of Seattle

A research team is exploring the safety and feasibility of clean hydrogen to replace some fossil fuel in medium- and heavy-duty vehicles and maritime uses at the Port of Seattle.
NOVEMBER 3, 2021
News Release

### Net Zero World Initiative to Accelerate Global Clean Energy

Through the Net Zero World Initiative, expertise from DOE national laboratories will be harnessed to put global net zero within reach.
OCTOBER 29, 2021
News Release

Fundamental research conducted at the $90-million research facility will help the nation meet its clean energy goals. OCTOBER 28, 2021 Feature ### Catalyzing a Sustainable Future PNNL researchers are studying catalysts that are key to dealing with waste and producing sustainable energy. AUGUST 23, 2021 Feature ### The Heat Is On—Is the Grid Ready? With a focus on prevention, PNNL researchers are working to predict droughts, enhance grid resilience, and manage forests to reduce wildfire. JUNE 30, 2021 Feature ### Hydrogen Energy Storage at Your Service PNNL’s new Hydrogen Energy Storage Evaluation Tool allows users to examine multiple energy delivery pathways and grid applications to maximize benefits. APRIL 13, 2021 News Release ### Houston Partnership Selected to Design, Construct New$75 Million Grid Storage Launchpad at PNNL

New facility will accelerate energy storage innovation, increase clean energy adoption and grid resilience.
MARCH 22, 2021
Director's Column

### Tri-Cities Researchers Work to Protect Electric Grid From Mother Nature’s Fury

Tools being developed at PNNL are helping the nation plan for, respond to and recover from severe storms and wildfires that could threaten critical energy systems.
MARCH 18, 2021
Feature

### New Clean Energy Process Converts Methane to Hydrogen with Zero Carbon Dioxide Emissions

PNNL teamed with academia and industry to develop a novel zero-emission methane pyrolysis process that produces both hydrogen and high-value carbon solids suitable for an array of manufacturing applications.
MARCH 10, 2021
News Release

### Design, Construction to Begin on \$75 Million Grid Energy Storage Research Facility

New facility that will accelerate energy storage innovation and make the nation’s power grid more resilient, secure and flexible has been given the green light to proceed by the U.S. Department of Energy.
DECEMBER 14, 2020
Feature

### Stronger Cobalt for Fuel Cells

PNNL led a multi-institutional effort to design a highly active and more durable catalyst made from cobalt, which sets the foundation for fuel cells to power transportation, stationary and backup power, and more.
NOVEMBER 10, 2020
Feature

### PNNL Supports New Solar and Energy Storage Project near Richland Campus

PNNL is one of the collaborating partners on a new grid-scale solar and energy storage installation near the PNNL campus in a project led by Energy Northwest.
SEPTEMBER 11, 2020
Feature

### High-Performance Computing Helps Grid Operators Manage Increasing Complexity

Making sure there’s enough electricity at the lowest price is a critical endeavor undertaken daily by electricity market operators. Now, there’s an approach that provides more timely and accurate information to make day-ahead decisions.