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Campus Events & Lectures
- Energy Seminar: Weekly lectures on a wide range of energy issues held in the fall, winter and spring quarters on Mondays from 4:30-5:20 p.m. at NVIDIA Auditorium. Check the schedule to confirm dates and topics. Videos of the talks are also available online.
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- Stanford Center for Professional Development
- Energy & Climate e-books: Download free of charge from iTunes.
- Energy 101 Tutorial videos: Presented by the Global Climate and Energy Project.
- Stanford-MIT Energy Game Changers
Unrestricted annual support allows the Precourt Institute for Energy to respond to compelling research opportunities and develop future energy leaders. Make a gift online or request more information on making a gift by contacting:
Associate Director of Development,
Environment and Energy Programs
Bay Area Photovoltaic Consortium: The BAPVC brings together universities, industry and the U.S. government to develop advanced technologies that deliver high-performance photovoltaic modules at low-cost.
Global Climate and Energy Project: Founded in 2002, GCEP is a pioneering collaboration between industry and academia to conduct fundamental research on technologies that will permit the development of global energy systems with significantly lower greenhouse gas emissions.
Natural Gas Initiative: The NGI corporate-affiliate program engages a wide range of industries connected to natural gas - including producers, consumers and investors - in research on natural gas technology, markets and policy.
Stanford Center for Carbon Storage: SCCS investigates questions related to the sequestration and storage of industrial carbon dioxide emissions.
Stanford Energy 3.0: The Stanford Energy 3.0 corporate-affiliates program fosters cutting-edge energy research and education at Stanford.
Strategic Energy Alliance: The alliance is an academic-private sector program focused on accelerating the transformation the world is undergoing in the way that energy is sourced, distributed and used.
TomKat Center energyStartup Summer Internships: The TomKat Center for Sustainable Energy works with energy-startup companies to recruit talented undergraduate and master's students for summer internship positions.