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Progress On Campus Energy, Water Savings
Explore NC State’s 2022 Energy and Water Annual Report.
You Decide: Will North Carolina Be a Leader in New Energy?
With new technologies on the rise, the energy economy can seem to shift in various directions. Is North Carolina positioned to capitalize on these new paths?
Compete for a Cause: Join the NC State Energy & Water Competition
Students compete to reduce energy and water use in the first annual campus-wide Energy and Water Competition at NC State University.
Corralling Ions Improves Viability of Next Generation Solar Cells
The finding paves the way for a new generation of lighter, more flexible, and more efficient solar cell technologies suitable for practical use.
New Research Program Investigates Carbon Footprint of Fibers to Combat Climate Change
“This is groundbreaking research that will help in the fight against climate change by providing quantitative information to consumers and help them in their purchase decision making,” said Ronalds Gonzalez, an associate professor of conversion economics and sustainability in the Department of Forest Biomaterials.
A Clean Burn
Most of the energy we use for our daily needs – turning on the heat or driving a car, for example – comes from the combustion, or burning, of fossil…
Undergraduate Researches Clean Energy, Gains Hands-On Experience
Textile engineering Senior Aidan Lim spent the summer working with Assistant Professor Mengmeng Zhu in her research on lithium-ion battery life prediction as part of the Research Experience for Undergraduates.
Modeling Creates Potential For 45% Early-Stage Energy Savings
Discover how NC State reduces energy and emissions in construction through energy modeling at go.ncsu.edu/EnergyManagement.
Discover How NC State Saves Energy Over Winter Break
The savings add up through the Holiday Energy Savings Initiative.
Carmichael Gym Renovation Achieves LEED Silver
Project earns sustainability certification.