Author: Idaho National Laboratory

Mobile supercomputer of the future: INL researchers explore connecting data centers to microgrids, microreactors

Roughly 30,000 data centers dot the landscape in the United States and Europe.   These computer facilities serve functions as varied as modeling and simulation, cloud-based applications, artificial intelligence and weather forecasting. They are the brains of search engines and social media platforms, and they help engineers design the automobiles and airplanes of the future. In short, data centers form the

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Using excess energy to split water could help make hydrogen a key player in the clean energy future

For decades, some energy experts have dreamed of a carbon-free landscape where clean hydrogen is the dominant transportation fuel, energy storage medium and chemical building block. Indeed, hydrogen already plays a big role in the manufacturing processes of many common goods, from metal to fertilizer to food products. Likewise, several recent technologies allow hydrogen to be burned or used in

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Lemhi Outage Complete

The outage for Lemhi has been completed. Users may now access Lemhi. For questions, please submit a ticket by sending an email to

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Small business funding benefits Idaho research

Idaho small business Analysis and Measurement Services Corporation (AMS) received a financial boost this spring from the Department of Energy’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs.

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