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Jun
27
2019

Palm tree-inspired wind turbine being tested in Colorado

The future of wind turbines is just a drive down the road from the Colorado School of Mines campus.  The scaled-down prototype soon to begin operational testing at the National Wind Technology Center in Boulder, though, takes its inspiration from a News
Jun
19
2019

Energy transition creating new rivalries, winners and losers

Morgan Bazilian, director of the Payne Institute of Public Policy at Colorado School of Mines, was the co-author of a recent commentary piece in the journal Nature exploring the geopolitics of the energy transition. The article, “Model and manage News
Jun
18
2019

Rockefeller data initiative aims to transform electricity systems

$3.8 Million Grant from The Rockefeller Foundation Will Enable Top Researchers at Four Leading Universities – including Colorado School of Mines – to Use Enhanced Data Modeling to Transform Electricity Systems in Emerging Economies AMSTERDAM (June News
Jun
17
2019

Advanced Energy Systems gets support from Sloan Foundation

Students in the new Advanced Energy Systems graduate program at Colorado School of Mines and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory will have access to summer research opportunities, student-run seminars from global energy experts and more, thanks News
Apr
16
2019

Payne Institute, KAPSARC host roundtable on energy markets

The Payne Institute for Public Policy at Colorado School of Mines in collaboration with the King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC) recently brought together global experts to discuss analytical approaches to blending political News
Apr
03
2019

Grad student contributes to World Economic Forum index

A Colorado School of Mines graduate student got an unique inside look at the World Economic Forum as a member of the team that produced the global organization's 2019 report on the energy transition.  Steve Dahlke, a PhD candidate in the Mineral and News
Mar
04
2019

Payne Institute hosts summit on minerals, energy transition

The transformation now occurring in the energy sector — toward low-carbon technologies, increased electrification, digitization and storage — will change the demand and markets for mineral resources and metals. Take, for example, the huge increase News
Nov
20
2018

Membranes could revolutionize ammonia, hydrogen production

Researchers from Colorado School of Mines have been awarded $2 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Energy's Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) to develop catalytic membrane reactors that could significantly improve the News
Nov
12
2018

Mines, NREL launch Advanced Energy Systems grad program

  Colorado School of Mines has begun accepting applications for a new joint graduate program with the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) that will launch in the fall of 2019.    Unlike traditional energy programs News
Oct
29
2018

Advanced solar technologies awarded $2M in DOE funding

A pair of Colorado School of Mines-led teams have been awarded more than $2 million by the U.S. Department of Energy for research that could lower the cost of solar electricity. Greg Jackson, professor of mechanical engineering, and Xerxes Steirer, News

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