The Duke Energy Hub is an interdisciplinary learning space for energy education, research, and engagement. Created to support the university-wide Energy Initiative, the Energy Hub provides classroom, laboratory, meeting, and event space to provide a focal point for on-campus energy activities.
The Energy Hub is in Paul M. Gross Hall, 140 Science Drive, on Duke's West campus. The Energy Hub opened in the fall of 2010 and grew further in 2011 as the Duke Center for Sustainability & Commerce and Duke Innovation and Entrepreneurship moved to Suite 102.
The Energy Hub faculty suite houses Energy Initiative staff and supports faculty teaching and research.