Collaboration and connection of knowledge to tackle pressing energy problems is a hallmark of Duke's strength in applying knowledge in service of society. Global energy challenges demand such engagement, and the Energy Initiative is committed to reaching outside the university to find dedicated collaborators with the expertise to help put new ideas into practice.
Duke’s research activities in energy cut across multiple disciplines and include four core focus areas:
- Energy Economics, Policy and Modeling
- Energy Materials
- Energy Data Analytics
- Energy and Environmental Science and Technology
Our projects and programs engage decision-makers across the business and policy communities, forging partnerships that result in new opportunities for faculty, hands-on learning experiences for students, and practical advancements for the energy system.
Partners can collaborate with the Energy Initiative on research, help connect Duke projects to current business and policy decisions, enhance Duke’s energy education programs, and speak at Duke-sponsored energy conferences and events.
Corporations and Foundation Collaboration
Foundations and corporations will find a variety of innovative, engaging research and education programs to support through the Duke University Energy Initiative.
Contact Ben Gibson, Assistant Director of Research Development (919-681-5024, firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss potential sponsorships, partnerships and activities.
More Ways to Get Involved
- Learn about the Energy Initiative’s signature projects and faculty research activity at our Research page.
- Work with students and faculty on a Bass Connections in Energy project team.
- Attend a research event or network with Duke researchers at our Energy Mix.
Sign up for our mailing list to receive the Energy Initiative events bulletin and newsletter.