The Center for Future Energy Systems (CFES) CFES is the Energy - Center for Advanced Technology (Energy CAT) in New York State and is funded by NYSTAR (New York State Office of Science, Technology and Innovation) and industrial partners. CFES conducts fundamental and applied research to accelerate the development of energy efficient and renewable energy technologies. Working with other academic and government institutions, and with many industry partners, we focus on the development and application of new energy materials, devices and systems. Project areas include low cost, high efficiency photovoltaic solar cells, wind turbine blade performance enhancement, advanced lighting sources, fuel cell testing and characterization, smart buildings, energy storage technologies, renewable energy grid integration, microgrid, and smart grid. CFES brings the academic research, knowledge, and technology of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) together with partners Cornell and Brookhaven National Laboratory to promote collaborative efforts with industry.
We look forward to working with you.
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10/17/2014 CFES Offers Microgrid Webinar
9/24/2014 CFES Energy Scholars Announced
9/17/2014 Engineering Longer-lived Batteries
9/12/2014 RPI Hosts Clean Energy Forum
6/6/2014 CFES Looks To Paper Industry
4/23/2014 CFES Faculty Develop All-Carbon Battery
3/26/2014 CFES Annual Conference
10/10-11/2013 CFES Workshop on Microgrid Technology and Applications
6/11/2013 NY BEST Energy Storage and Microgrids
3/6-7/2013 CFES Exhibitor at NY BEST
1/25/2013 CFES Annual Conference