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Sandra Begay, center, talks with interns about how a photovoltaic panel works to generate electricity. The DOE has offered the internship program through Sandia since 2002. Picture taken at the Mission San Esteban Rey in the Pueblo of Acoma. Photo credit: Randy Montoya

Webinar: Partnerships for clean energy demonstrations

Dec. 13 webinar will focus on Sandia’s capabilities and expertise available for clean energy demonstration projects in rural, remote, island, and islanded communities. Sandia…
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Kaedi Sanchez plugs in her car at a City of Albuquerque electric vehicle charger before heading to work. Sandia National Laboratories researchers have been studying the vulnerabilities of electric vehicle charging infrastructure, including public chargers, to better inform policymakers. (Photo by Craig Fritz)

Sandia studies vulnerabilities of electric vehicle charging infrastructure

With electric vehicles becoming more common, the risks and hazards of a cyberattack on electric vehicle charging equipment and systems also increases. Jay Johnson,…
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Nuclear Energy staff work in laboratory at Sandia

Sandia contributes nuclear science expertise to the International Youth Nuclear Congress

Sylvia Saltzstein, Sandia’s Nuclear Fuel Cycle Technologies Senior Manager, will travel to Japan to participate in the upcoming International Youth Nuclear Congress November 27…
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