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Energy Management Student Interns Fuel Campus Innovation
Energy Management student interns fuel campus innovation via Campus As A Classroom program.
NC State Hosts Energy Week
Discover how NC State shapes a clean energy future during NC State Energy Week Sept. 25-29, 2023.
DOE Renews Funding for PowerAmerica
The Department of Energy (DOE) has renewed funding for PowerAmerica, a Manufacturing USA Institute headquartered at NC State University. PowerAmerica will receive an initial $8 million — with the potential for $32 million in total DOE funding over the next five years.
Student project aims to install solar panels at a primary school in Rwanda
From more than 7,000 miles away, NC State University student Jenni Mangala, a rising senior majoring in electrical engineering, is coordinating the installation of solar panels at a primary school on an island in Rwanda.
Self-Driving Cars Can Make Traffic Slower
“Connected” vehicles, which share data with each other, improve travel time through intersections – but automated vehicles can actually slow down travel time if they are not connected to each other.
Upgrades at Campus Utility Plants Drive Energy and Cost Savings
Upgrades at campus utility plants drive energy reduction and cost savings.
Extreme Heat is Changing How People Experience the Outdoors
As record-breaking heat waves become more common around the world, many people are changing the timing and location of their outdoor activities.
New Robot Boosts Solar Energy Research
The robot conducts experiments more efficiently and sustainably to develop a range of new semiconductor materials.
NC State CALS Student Explores Biofuel at National Laboratory
This summer, biological and agricultural engineering major Paige Seibert is learning how to turn carbon dioxide into biofuel at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Colorado.
Rob Handfield Addresses Why China Dominates the World’s EV Supply Chain
Poole College professor Rob Handfield discusses the world’s reliance on China for electric vehicle batteries and what the U.S. needs to gain a competitive edge.