Washington Clean Energy Testbeds Open House

Join Solar Washington for a tour of, and an evening of networking at, the Washington Clean Energy Testbeds, the UW Clean Energy Institute’s facility for catalyzing innovations in clean technology.

We’ll hear from the Testbeds team about how this open-access facility for businesses and academic researchers is accelerating the development, scale-up, and adoption of new technologies in solar harvestingenergy storage, and grid integration. We’ll see state-of-the-art instruments for manufacturing prototypes, testing devices, and integrating systems and meet UW researchers and students.

Light refreshments will be served.

September 6, 2017
5:30 PM to 8:00 PM

4625 Union Bay Place NE
Seattle, WA 98105

Directions: http://depts.washington.edu/wcet/about/location/

Parking: Some parking is available in the lot in front of the building. Street parking is usually available on Union Bay Place or in the surrounding neighborhood. Parking is also available in UW lot E1. Enter lot E1 at Walla Walla Rd and Montlake Blvd. It is a 10 minute walk to the Testbeds.

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“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
Since its founding the Clean Energy Institute has contributed more than $1.1 million toward the education of 66 STEM scholars and recruitment of 12 students through our fellowship programs.