Princeton Energy and Environment Corporate Affiliates Program
Building partnerships to accelerate innovation
The Corporate Affiliates Program enhances collaboration and promotes technology transfer between Princeton University and its corporate partners to address global energy needs and environmental concerns.
Companies are invited to participate in this partnership, and to benefit from a collaboration with Princeton by becoming a corporate affiliate. See the tabs above to learn more about the program and its benefits. Please email Lynn Loo, Associate Director for External Partnerships, for more information about becoming a corporate affiliate.
“This program nurtures partnerships between member companies and Princeton faculty, while fostering and strengthening interactions among the member companies. Together, we intend to create investment opportunities that revitalize the energy sector while developing policies and taking measures to protect the environment.”
Lynn Loo, Ph.D. ’01
Associate Director for External Partnerships, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment
and leader of the Corporate Affiliates Program
Goals of the Corporate Affiliates Program
- Discover, develop and transfer to industry practical and transformative solutions to generate new profitable product lines; create investment opportunities for venture capital; revitalize the energy sector; and protect the environment
- Analyze and propose sound, viable policies, and develop robust quantitative economic models to enable rapid and large-scale adoption of energy and environmental solutions
- Create a think tank to inform corporate leaders, investors and entrepreneurs about global energy and environment landscapes
- Provide preferential access to expertise in the science, engineering and socio-economic aspects of energy and the environment
- Transform education in energy and environment fields through close teacher-practitioner-student interactions
The Corporate Affiliates Program is a collaborative initiative of the Andlinger Center, the Princeton Environmental Institute, the School of Architecture, and the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. Other key partners at Princeton include:
The Princeton Plasma Physics Lab, operated by the Department of Energy, develops fusion energy and other technologies related to plasma physics.
The Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Lab, operated by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, is a leader in climate and weather modeling.
The Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials (PRISM) is a cross-University research center focused on the understanding and invention of materials.