GCEP produces several types of reports and videos related to energy research and GCEP researchers contribute articles about their cutting edge research to a number of publications including academic journals. The most viewed document on our site is the GCEP annual technical report, which summarizes the progress of all our research and analysis activities. It also outlines future plans for each of the programs. Our popular Energy 101 Tutorials are part of a video library featured below. In these 90-minute videos, leading researchers explain the key ideas and issues behind the latest energy technologies so you can get up to speed fast. The library also includes recent videos of GCEP principal investigators giving outstanding talks at the Energy Seminar to inform the Stanford community about a wide range of energy and climate change issues and perspectives.
Energy 101 Tutorials - GCEP Research Symposium 2013
Energy Systems Research Engineer - Aero
Thermal & Mechanical Systems
GE Global Research
Net Energy Analysis of Renewables 101
Assistant Professor - Environmental Sciences
Western Washington University
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Energy Seminars featuring GCEP Principal Investigators
Emerging High-Efficiency Low-Cost Solar Cell Technologies
Michael D. McGehee, Associate Professor Materials Science and Engineering
March 4, 2014
Rechargeable Batteries for Transportation and Grid: What's Possible?
Yi Cui, Associate Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
February 3, 2014
Pushing the Efficiency Limits of Energy Conversion & Storage through Rational Materials Design
William Chueh, Materials Science and Engineering, Stanford University
February 4, 2013
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