Colored, see-through solar cells invented at Michigan Engineering could enable ‘stained’ glass windows, decorative panels and even shade that makes electricity.
- The Michigan Energy Institute builds upon the legacy of the Phoenix Project, expanding the peaceful uses of atomic energy. The Institute forges partnerships across academic disciplines and economic sectors, working toward:
- Carbon-free energy
- Better batteries
- New fuels
- Better transportation systems
- Smart policy
- The Graham Environmental Sustainability Institute brings together top faculty from across the University to help safeguard our environment and improve the quality of life, today and for future generations.
- Novel, innovative solutions to real-world resource, climate and policy challenges.
- Scholarships and fellowships that help train the next generation of sustainability leaders.
- Campus sustainability initiatives that ensure Michigan Engineers lead by example.
- Help us move the world toward energy security.
- Spark innovation that can drive the green economy.
Contact Melanie Zauel to talk more about meeting this challenge.