2022 Road Trip Tour Stop #4: NREL

November 12, 2022

It’s only 25 miles from NCAR to NREL, so I have time to gas up, get a sandwich, and even catch a car wash before my tour stop at NREL. Feeling refreshed, I pu Read more…

With a Carbon Footprint Like HPC’s, It Matters When and Where You Step

December 9, 2021

From European HPC experts pondering “can fast be green?” to new milestones on the Green500 list, sustainability certainly had a moment at the hybrid SC21 conference. And it’s no wonder: the exascale era is here, and power consumption for HPC is skyrocketing even as efficiency is driven to its extremes. At SC21, another session – “HPC’s Growing Sustainability Challenges and Emerging Approaches” – tackled the topic... Read more…

ExaWind Prepares for New Architectures, Bigger Simulations

July 10, 2021

The ExaWind project describes itself in terms of terms like wake formation, turbine-turbine interaction and blade-boundary-layer dynamics, but the pitch to the Read more…

Aquarius Cold Plate Cooling System Tested by NREL, Sandia

March 7, 2019

In 2018, NREL and Sandia announced their intention to study the energy and cost savings of Aquila’s Aquarius cooling system in a real-world environment by installing a test system (“Yacumama”) at NREL. Now, nearly a year later, the partners have revealed the results of the test. Read more…

NREL ‘Eagle’ Supercomputer to Advance Energy Tech R&D

August 14, 2018

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has contracted with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) for a new 8-petaflops (peak Read more…

Unlocking Wind’s Potential: Supercomputing’s Grand Challenge

August 30, 2017

A report released last week by the DOE’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) asserts that supercomputing-led scientific advances could cut the unsubsidized cost of wind energy in half by the year 2030. Read more…

Supercomputing Drives Wind Power Efficiency

October 9, 2014

Wind power is is on track to achieve cost parity with fossil fuels thanks in part to the open-source software tool Simulator for Wind Farm Applications (SOWFA) Read more…

Modernizing the Energy Grid with HPC

July 8, 2014

HPC and its twin big data are playing an increasing role in transforming the energy industry and the nation's electrical grid and nowhere is this more apparent Read more…

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