Integrated Energy Solutions

“The Mines ethos of use-inspired research and innovation is a significant part of what draws world-class faculty, students, and industry and government partners to Mines,” President Paul C. Johnson said.
The three federal awards boost funding for fuel cell and hydrogen technologies research at Mines, reflecting growing support in the U.S. for their potential to provide sustainable domestic energy with net zero emissions.
Kwon’s focus is on bottom-up designing catalysts to increase their effectiveness in converting raw biomass molecules to higher-value fuels and chemicals.
Annalise Maughan, assistant professor of chemistry at Colorado School of Mines, has received a National Science Foundation CAREER Award for her work to discover materials for use in solid-state batteries.
Eight member companies have already signed on to support the joint USGS-Mines research, including major players in mining and energy industries and geologic hydrogen start-ups.
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.
Mines will serve on the governance board and contribute to research, innovation and workforce capacity development through the newly funded National Science Foundation initiative.
Colorado School of Mines announced today that it has been selected to receive $1.5 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Energy Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E). The funding
The two institutions to collaborate on projects involved with energy storage, high-temperature fuel cells, geothermal energy systems, nuclear fuel cycle and reactor engineering, environmental science, and next-generation mining science and engineering.
The first-of-its-kind prototype is capable of generating almost 30 kilowatts of electric power from natural gas and low-carbon fuels.