Featured Reports

April 22, 2015
San Francisco Chronicle
Stanford's new energy system uses more than 22 miles of water-filled pipes to heat and cool 155 buildings, and will add a new solar power plant next year.

April 21, 2015
Stanford Graduate School of Business
Allowing the federal tax credit for solar projects to expire next year will be a substantial blow to the industry, say Stefan Reichelstein and Stephen Comello.

April 16, 2015
Stanford News Service
Stanford's new campus energy system cuts greenhouse gases by 68 percent and fossil-fuel use by 65 percent.

April 14, 2015
Stanford Report
Hydraulic fracturing has unleashed massive new supplies of natural gas, as well as anxiety about contaminated drinking water and earthquakes.

April 9, 2015
Stanford Woods Institute
Q&A: Rob Jackson and Pep Canadell, co-chairs of the Global Carbon Project's scientific committee, discuss the project's role in providing data for U.N. climate negotiators.

April 8, 2015
Stanford Natural Gas Initiative
Can the surge of U.S. natural gas be managed in a way that benefits the environment, the economy, human health and even peace?

April 7, 2015
Stanford Report
The optical technique, called cathodoluminescence tomography, could assist in the development of high-efficiency solar cells and LEDs.

April 6, 2015
Stanford Report
An aluminum battery invented at Stanford could replace lithium-ion and alkaline batteries in wide use today.