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E-Newsletter archive:

12/27/2018: “CEI in WIRED, Forbes”

8/8/2018: “Printing Solar, Developing Battery Materials & Boosting Perovskites”

6/28/2018: “U.S. Mentorship Award & Flexible Electronics”

5/24/2018: “Puerto Rico, Magnetic Materials, Future Engineers”

3/27/2018: “Spending Bill & Quantum Materials

12/11/2017 “Helping Puerto Rico & Reusing Bus Batteries: The New York Times on CEI”

11/22/2017: “Forbes & Cleantech Leaders Honor UW”

10/03/2017: “Major Funding for Materials Science & PolyDrop CEO Makes 40 Under 40 List”

09/26/2017: Mark Torrance Foundation Funds New Tech Due Diligence Program

08/29/2017: “Building a Modern Grid & Printing Solar Cells”

08/07/2017: “KNKX Reports on DIRECT Program”

06/19/2017: “To Connect Biology with Electronics, Be Rigid, Yet Flexible”

06/08/2017: “Report: Grid Modernization Key for Creating Quality Jobs in Washington” 

05/04/2017: Washington Clean Energy Testbeds Now Open!

12/16/2016: DIRECT: Graduate Education in Clean Energy Gets ‘Big Data’ Overhaul

03/17/2016: Creating Ultrathin, Flexible Materials to Capture Energy

03/2015, Staying Power: A powerful news X-Ray Tool Accelerates Battery Research

10/2015, From Battery Materials to Energy Management

05/2015, Engineering a Better Solar Cell

10/2014, Printable Tandem Solar Cells: The Next Revolution in Solar Energy

Fall 2014, “Atomic Legos” are Building Blocks for Next-Gen Energy Materials

08/2014, Life on the Grid is Getting Smarter

06/2014, Solar Energy Research: It’s better not to be self-absorbed

“Providing clean energy to the inhabitants of our planet is a major challenge to future generations. The University of Washington is to be congratulated for establishing an Institute where faculty and students can work together to tackle the difficult global challenge of energy sustainability.”
– Mildred Dresselhaus, Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering, Emerita and Institute Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
“Energy competition is opening up in a variety of ways, the push for carbon control will continue, and the rate of technology advancement is exponential. All the things I’ve seen at the CEI are just perfect for the way we see things going in energy. You guys are at the cutting edge. We’re counting on you.”
– Ronald Litzinger, President, Edison Energy