Daily Sprout

DOE Wants to Be Your Facebook Friend: “The Obama administration really, really doesn’t want the fight over health care to steal attention from energy and climate legislation. Energy Secretary Steven Chu just launched a Facebook page to keep climate change front and center.” — WSJ’s Environmental Capital

Feds Fund Graphene Additive Research: The U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research has awarded a team of scientists a two-year, $3-million grant to develop nanoscale graphene additives for fuels to help supersonic jets fly faster and make diesel engines cleaner and more efficient. — Green Car Congress

Army Green: An environmental, health and safety management system called Enviance is being rolled out to 11 more Army facilities around the country to help track their carbon “bootprint” as part of a larger initiative for the Army to expand its traditional energy security focus. — NYT’s Green Inc.

Chat With GM’s Jon Lauckner: General Motors (s GM) has scheduled an online chat for tomorrow with Global Program Management VP Jon Lauckner, who has been part of the Chevy Volt leadership team since the model’s early days. — AutoblogGreen

Fuel Clinic for MPG Geek: A new, free online tool Fuel Clinic lets you create a profile, track up to five vehicles and get visual feedback on your driving habits. — Wired’s Autopia