Strategic Energy Research Consortium
SERC was established by the Strategic Energy Alliance to support fundamental, pre-commercial, high-risk, high-reward research in the field of energy. SERC provides an opportunity to develop and explore novel concepts in the area of energy science, technology, systems analysis, and policy and is modeled on the Global Climate & Energy Project, which completed its run at Stanford in 2019.
Global negative emission potential across scales: Envisioning resilient, equitable, and effective portfolios
Chris Field, Director, Woods Institute for the Environment, Earth System Science, Stanford University
- A Geo-Inspired Clinker for a Low Carbon Future
Tiziana Vanorio, Geophysics; Alberto Salleo, Materials Science and Engineering; Matteo Cargnello, Chemical Engineering, Stanford University
- Genetic Engineering of Algal Producer Strains for Advanced Biofuels
Ellen Yeh, Pathology and Microbiology & Immunology at Stanford Medical School; Arthur Grossman, Plant Biology, Carnegie Institution for Science, Biology (by courtesy), Stanford University
- The Transition to a Climate-Neutral Gas Utility: Modeling the Intersection of Technology and Regulation
Adam Brandt, Energy Resources Engineering; Michael Wara, Woods Institute for the Environment, Stanford University
Please view below videos of presentations on the SERC program and its current research projects given at Energy Solutions Week on May 4, 2022, hosted by the Precourt Institute for Energy.
Atomic Scale Control of Thermal Radiation for Passive Cooling of Buildings
Mark Brongersma, Stephen Harris Professor and Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and, by courtesy, of Applied Physics, Stanford University
The Transition to a Climate-Neutral Gas Utility: Modeling the Intersection of Technology and Regulation
Adam Brandt, Associate Professor of Energy Resources Engineering and Senior Fellow, Precourt Institute for Energy, Stanford University