‘Place’ matters in APLU award
Fort Collins, Powerhouse and the Energy Institute featured in Smithsonian Exhibit
CSU, government of Rwanda are partners in smart, sustainable development
FAQ: Does Powerhouse have a colorful smog chamber? Why, yes!
CSU alumna designs car that puts paralyzed racer back in driver’s seat
$3.5M Methane Emissions Test Site to built by Energy Institute at CSU
Energy Institute researchers publish results from the first year of the Fort Collins Commuter Study
Backed by CSU science, NJ utility embarking on $905M pipeline upgrade
Powerhouse earns LEED Platinum certification.
EI Faculty honored by IEEE as "outstanding young engineer"
CSU shows how VW beat Colorado's emissions testing
Energy Institute student honored by international aeronautics association
Watch and learn how Colorado is at the Cutting Edge of Innovation
The Azolla Project at CSU
CSU develops monitoring system to test water quality in wells
Zen and the Art of Engines with Bryan Willson
Going Local: Connecting Labs to Their Regions
Watch our Sundolier in action!
CSU Methane Research provides key data for EPA
CSU earns prestigious spot on 2 sustainability lists
Colorado receives grant to promote wood-energy facilities
CSU team finalist in national Green Energy Challenge
Watch Bryan Willson's global energy solutions talk
CSU researchers examine how nanoparticles aid oil recovery
CSU receives grant to develop biofuels
CSU sustainability guide named national model
Professor Ken Carlson on Fracking and Fossil Fuel Consumption
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CSU Studies Cookstove impacts on climate
CSU launches sustainability certificate program
Making it cheaper to chill using solar power
EcoCAR2 - Check it out
@CSUPowerhouse featured on Today@colostate.edu
Researchers studying methane emission
Continued access to clean, reliable and abundant energy is central to almost every major challenge the world faces today.
Colorado State University has long recognized the crucial role energy plays around the globe and pioneered research in this area – from developing better combustion engines that emit fewer pollutants to testing new smart grid technologies.
Today, more than 160 faculty members across CSU are developing new technologies, exploring the economics, environmental, and sociological impacts of energy use, and proposing energy policy solutions.
CSU created the Energy Institute in 2013 to consolidate its vast energy research under one organization. Through its 12 affiliated centers, the Institute aims to increase collaboration with industry and governmental partners to solve real-world energy problems and create new research and educational opportunities for CSU faculty and students.
The Energy Institute is headquartered at CSU’s new Powerhouse Energy Campus on North College in Fort Collins.