Energy


Mines alum Stephen Sonnenberg ’81 led the most recent report of the Potential Gas Committee, with support from Cathy Farmer ’79, MS ’81.
Department of Energy creates ambitious program to reduce carbon emissions by 50 to 52 percent by the end of the decade, secure a 100 percent clean electrical grid by 2035 and reach a net-zero carbon economy by 2050.
The first-of-its-kind prototype is capable of generating almost 30 kilowatts of electric power from natural gas and low-carbon fuels.
The Mines-ACC team is one of just 12 selected across North America for the three-year competition in which student teams are tasked to design, build, test and integrate an advanced EV battery into a future Stellantis vehicle
Representatives from the U.S. Geological Survey and Colorado School of Mines began a new chapter of their partnership on Nov. 13, breaking ground on an innovative USGS Energy and Minerals Research Building.
It’s getting more expensive to live in Colorado. The U.S. Department of Energy estimates heating bills for those with natural gas will go up 28 percent and electricity costs will rise 10 percent
The Payne Institute for Public Policy at Colorado School of Mines released today its first annual State of Critical Minerals Report on the growing demand for critical minerals and their impact on
GOLDEN, Colorado – The Potential Gas Committee (PGC) released its biennial assessment of the nation’s estimated natural gas resource base, “Potential Supply of Natural Gas in the United States,” at an
Pylypenko was honored “for outstanding contributions to surface and interface analysis of energy materials and impactful commitment to education and outreach,” according to her award citation.
At Mines, researchers are developing control systems that expand the scope of renewable and hybrid energy technologies, including fuel cells and wind turbines.