The Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment supports a vibrant and expanding program of research and teaching in the areas of sustainable energy development, energy conservation, and environmental protection and remediation related to energy.
A chief goal of the center is to translate fundamental knowledge into practical solutions that enable sustainable energy production and the protection of the environment and global climate from energy-related anthropogenic change.
Browse our research directory to learn about the many Princeton researchers from across campus engaged in the work of the center.
The center was founded in July 2008 through an extraordinary $100 million gift from international business leader Gerhard R. Andlinger ’52. A stunning complex of research, teaching, and garden spaces to house the center is under construction.
Please see our people page for leadership and contact information and our opportunities page to collaborate with the center or learn about jobs and funding opportunities. Our 2013 annual report provides additional information about the center’s activities in the academic year 2012-2013; our 2012 annual report is also available.
About our logo: The Andlinger Center recently introduced a new graphic identity system, including the logo displayed at the top of this website. The logo, created by the San Francisco design firm Propp+Guerin, reflects the interconnected roles of the Earth, sun, and water in sustainable energy systems. For all questions regarding proper use of the Andlinger Center logo in the creation and production of communications, please contact Brenda Mikeo.
The center is part of Princeton’s School of Engineering and Applied Science and collaborates with the natural sciences, the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, the School of Architecture, and beyond.