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New Climate Center at UConn Will Support Weather Innovation, Energy Resilience Research

WISER’s research direction will focus on renewable energy, power outage management, electrical grid resilience, and climate change.

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Andres Godoy Wins Chateaubriand Fellowship

Graduate student Andres Godoy recently won the prestigious Chateaubriand Fellowship to study at the Université Grenoble Alpes in France.

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New Fuel Cell Gets New Look, Thanks to Student Design

The student design competition has helped spread awareness about the newly installed fuel cell at the Depot Campus

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Hogan, Williams Announce New Members of UConn’s Sustainable Energy Team

At the Legislative Office Building in Hartford on December 9, 2008, University of Connecticut President Michael Hogan – joined by Senate President Donald Williams – announced that the University of Connecticut has hired six top alternative energy researchers under the state’s 21st Century Jobs Act. Among the new energy leaders introduced was the new director […]

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Prabhakar Singh to Lead Center for Clean Energy Engineering

Dr. Prabhakar Singh has been selected Director of the Center for Clean Energy Engineering at the University of Connecticut following an international search. His faculty appointment as the UTC Chair Professor of Fuel Cell Technology will be in the Department of Chemical, Materials & Biomolecular Engineering. Dr. Singh is currently with the Pacific Northwest National […]

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FuelCell Energy Celebrates Successful Demo at Fuel Cell Center

Danbury-based FuelCell Energy (FCE) hosted a celebratory summit at the Center for Clean Energy Engineering (C2E2) on Thursday, September 6th to announce its successful demonstration of a novel distributed generation hydrogen production technology called Electrochemical Hydrogen Separator (EHS). The successful demonstration offers promise that hydrogen-powered automobiles may become a reality. The summit featured remarks by […]

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Middle School Students Get Lesson in Fuel Cells

Since its founding in 2002, the Center for Clean Energy Engineering (C2E2) at the University of Connecticut has sought to enrich the science and technology education experience for children in grades K-12 through various outreach activities. As the nation’s foremost research and educational center dedicated to the cutting-edge field of fuel cells, the Center seeks […]

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