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Net energy analysis should become a standard policy tool
June 25, 2014

PETE Research: From 'high-risk idea' to a new scientific discipline
June 9, 2014

Sally Benson named director of the Precourt Institute for Energy
April 21, 2014

Wind farms can provide a surplus of reliable clean energy to society, Stanford study finds
March 20, 2014

GCEP researchers develop new high-cycle rate, high-efficiency battery
March 5, 2014

Polymer sorts carbon nanotubes
February 26, 2014

GCEP investigator David Lobell named one of 100 Leading Global Thinkers
January 8, 2014

GCEP scientists probe abandoned mine for clues about permanent CO2 sequestration
December 10, 2013

GCEP Technical Representative: ExxonMobil's Thomas Degnan
December 10, 2013

GCEP study shows how water dissolves stone, molecule by molecule
December 5, 2013

Sally Benson on NPR's 'All Things Considered'
December 2, 2013

Lynn Orr to be nominated by White House to head DOE energy research
November 14, 2013

GCEP scientists create a low-cost, long-lasting water splitter made of silicon and nickel
November 14, 2013

Professor Thomas Jaramillo wins 2013 EES Readers' Choice Award and Lectureship
November 12, 2013

Scientists develop heat-resistant materials that could vastly improve solar cell efficiency
October 16, 2013

Solar: Lessons learned on the journey from research to commercial markets
Examiner.com

October 14, 2013

Bank of America joins Stanfords Global Climate & Energy Project
October 9, 2013

GCEP Investigator David Lobell wins MacArthur 'genius' award
September 25, 2013

Stanford scientists calculate the energy required to store wind and solar power on the grid
September 9, 2013

GCEP Scientist Uses DNA to Assemble a Transistor from Graphene
September 5, 2013

GCEP-sponsored scientists unmask crucial plant gene that could enhance efficient biofuel production
August 15, 2013

GCEP scientists develop high-efficiency zinc-air battery
May 29, 2013

Global solar photovoltaic industry is likely now a net energy producer, Stanford researchers find
April 2, 2013

Former GCEP Visiting Scholar Enge Wang named President of Peking University
March 22, 2013

GCEP Scientists Make Solar Energy Chip 100 Times More Efficient
March 13, 2013

GCEP will award $6.6 million for novel energy research
March 11, 2013
GCEP to fund new research that leads to cleaner fuels and lower greenhouse gas emissions.

Calculating the Energetic Cost of Grid-Scale Storage
March 5, 2013
GCEP scientists have developed a novel way to calculate the energetic cost of building large batteries and other storage technologies for the electrical grid.

Going negative: Stanford scientists explore new ways to remove atmospheric CO2
February 16, 2013
Reducing carbon dioxide emissions may not be enough to curb global warming, say Stanford University scientists. The solution could require carbon-negative technologies that actually remove large amounts of CO2 from the atmosphere.

Four who have been affiliated with GCEP elected to National Academy of Engineering
February 7, 2013
Election to the National Academy of Engineering is among the highest professional honors an engineer can achieve.

 
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