The Cornell Energy Institute

Tackling sustainability challenges with innovative research and education

The Cornell Energy Institute is the Cornell Engineering's lead organization for technology-based research and education in energy. The Energy Institute is uniquely positioned to tackle the planet’s most pressing and intractable challenges in the area of clean and sustainable energy technology discovery and development. While the Institute is based within Cornell Engineering, collaborations across Cornell with faculty from a wide variety of social, physical and natural sciences are essential to our mission...

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Chemical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
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Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Chemical Engineering
Biological and Environmental Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
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Chemical Engineering
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Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Biological and Environmental Engineering
Biological and Environmental Engineering
Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Civil and Environmental Engineering
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Electrical and Computer Engineering
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Civil and Environmental Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
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Chemical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
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Chemical Engineering
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Biological and Environmental Engineering
Associate Director
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Associate Director
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Other Contributing Faculty
Biological and Environmental Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Other Contributing Faculty
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Other Contributing Faculty
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Chemical Engineering
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Other Contributing Faculty
Chemical Engineering
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
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Other Contributing Faculty
Other Contributing Faculty
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Other Contributing Faculty
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Other Contributing Faculty
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Biological and Environmental Engineering
Other Contributing Faculty
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering

The Atkinson Center presented the first Atkinson Center Award for Global Leadership in Sustainable Development to five-term president of Iceland Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson.

Mechanical Engineering student Rachel Silverman won best in presentation for the Finance/Economics session at the 38th Annual Geothermal Resources Council Meeting in Portland, Oregon.

Interested in understanding the theory of atmospheric boundary layer flow and how to measure, model and quantify wind and turbulence in the atmosphere?

Dr. Jeff Tester discusses EGS development in the September/October Well Servicing Magazine article Hydroshearing for Geothermal Energy. Please click on the link below to read the full article.

National Driller featured a story about the Verizon Cell Tower that will use geothermal cooling. The text of the article is below along with a link to the original article. 

Dr. Michal Moore was highlighted in the article, "B.C. losing global LNG race to other countries, warn energy experts" by the Vancouver Observer.  To read the full article please click on the link below:

Dr. Jeff Tester's graduate student, Maciej Lukawski was awarded a graduate scholarship from the Geothermal Resources Council. Maciej was selected based on his academic record, student activities, geothermal industry experience, and career goals. He was awarded $2,500 for his outstanding work.

A cell phone tower on Cornell’s campus is doubling as a laboratory to study a ground-sourced cooling system for telecommunications equipment.

We are excited to promote the next World Geothermal Congress (WGC).  It will take place in Melbourne, Australia from April 19-24.

Jery Stedinger, Cornell professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, has been elected to the U.S. National Academy of Engineering (NAE). He is among 67 new members and 11 foreign associates elected this year.

Spring 2015 schedule will be posted in January

 

The Cornell team won a second place in the annual Renewable Energy Case Competition (RECC) at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business. The 5th RECC, organized on December 5th and 6th, 2013, is the largest renewable energy case competition in the US.

Geothermal Resources Council Announces Scholarship Winners - The Scholarship Awards are presented at the 2013 GRC Annual Meeting(Davis, Calif.)  The Geothermal Resources Council (GRC), a non‐profit educational association dedicated to the promotion of geothermal energy and associ

We would like to congratulate Cornell College of Engineering Graduate student Geoffrey Bomarito, who representing the Earth Energy IGERT program, won a "Judge's Ch