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education in energy and the environment

Training the next generation of leaders in energy and environmental issues is a key goal of the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment. Students can enroll in Andlinger Center courses (course code ENE) on topics including sustainable design, biofuels, solar energy, geoengineering, and more. Students also have the opportunity to apply their knowledge to practice in laboratory courses through the design of sustainable building system components, such as temperature sensors, and the fabrication and testing of batteries.

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Certificate Programs + New Minor Program in Sustainability

The Center offers two certificate programs: The Program in Sustainable Energy and The Program in Technology and Society–Energy Track, and a new Minor Program.

Internships and Funding

Browse our internship opportunities and student research funding and apply for summer internship opportunities.

Fall 2024 Energy Courses

Students can enroll in Andlinger Center courses (course code ENE) on topics including sustainable design, biofuels, solar energy, geoengineering, electronics, entrepreneurship, and more.

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Graduate Opportunities

The Paul A. Maeder ’75 Fund for Innovation in Energy and the Environment supports the Maeder Graduate Fellowship in Energy and the Environment.

Graduate Courses

Graduate courses in energy and the environment include studies in energy efficiency, renewable energy, and atmospheric, terrestrial, and oceanic processes.

Research Directory

From energy policy to solar photovoltaics, the center has more than 115 associated faculty working in various disciplines in energy and the environment.

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Congratulations to our Certificate Symposium students!

Congratulations to our Certificate Symposium students!

Princeton Research Day 2024 Recap

From an interactive robotic flower garden to dissecting the history of native languages, these presenters exemplified PRD’s mission of sharing scholarship across disciplines. Congratulations to all who participated!

Inch by inch, this machine is leading soft robotics to a more energy efficient future

Princeton researchers have developed a flexible, lightweight and energy efficient soft robot that moves without the use of any legs or rotary parts. Instead, the device uses actuators that convert electrical energy into vibrations that allow it to wiggle from point to point using only a single watt.

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Through programs, grants, and fellowships, the Center supports collaborative, interdisciplinary research and bolsters a community of scholars focused on developing technologies and solutions to ensure a sustainable future.


The Center works to solve complicated energy and environmental challenges that require diverse expertise and perspectives from a strong network of academic, corporate, government, and non-profit organizations. 

Annual Meeting

The Princeton E-ffiliates Partnership brings together corporate members and industry leaders with Princeton’s research community. Our success as a convener, moderator, and organizer is one of the Center’s key differentiators and value generators.

About the Center

Learn more about the Andlinger Center building, the green space, specialized engineering laboratories, offices, support spaces, and lecture hall that make up our state-of-the-art facility.