The 2019 Forbes 30 under 30 list recognized 54 Stanford affiliates — more than from any other university — for outstanding entrepreneurial accomplishments in a variety of industries. Stanford honorees included Dhruvik Parikh ’22, who developed a cheap alternative to costly membranes in redox flow batteries, as well as Vivian Shen ’14 and Ruby Lee…
Stanford’s research is once again at the center of one of the hottest debates in clean energy policy – but this time, for all the wrong reasons. Earlier this fall, leading atmospheric scientist and Stanford professor Mark Jacobson escalated an academic dispute out of the peer-reviewed literature and into the courtroom. In response to a…
Over the past nine months, 15 Stanford buildings have added new solar photovoltaic panels. Thanks to the new solar panels on these buildings, Stanford’s electric distribution system will receive about 4.5 added megawatts of power.
Stanford opened a solar farm in the Mojave, but not all environmentalists are smiling about it.
SLAC and Stanford are joining forces to launch Bits & Watts, an initiative to design a 21st century electric grid to better accommodate clean energy sources.
Stanford hopes to set the bar for sustainability with the completion of its new solar expansion project in November, the latest milestone in the University’s push toward more renewable energy.
A Solar Generating Station and new solar panels will allow 65 percent of Stanford’s electricity to come from renewable resources by the end of 2016.
After a quarter-long collaboration between Stanford graduate students and city staff, East Palo Alto has become a founding member of Peninsula Clean Energy (PCE). This new non-profit seeks to provide San Mateo County residents with renewable energy at low cost.