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Centers and Groups
Centers and groups across Stanford University support students interested in all aspects in the field of energy and entrepreneurship through traditional lectures, interdisciplinary courses, speaking events, and more.
BASES is the main vehicle for student-led entrepreneurship programming at Stanford.
CSI helps students explore social entrepreneurship and build social ventures from the ground up through academic and co-curricular activities.
PIE supports and integrates the full spectrum of energy research and education, from basic science and technology to policy and business.
STVP, the entrepreneurship center at the School of Engineering, offers courses, co-curricular programs, and online content (eCorner).
StartX is a Silicon Valley nonprofit that runs one of the world’s top startup accelerator programs for Stanford-affiliated entrepreneurs.
The Steyer-Taylor Center works to increase the cost-effective deployment of clean energy through innovative policy and finance.
The Sustainable Finance Initiative works with public, private, and development institutions to engage Stanford researchers in developing the finance and policy tools needed for the transition toward a decarbonized and climate-resilient global economy.
The TomKat Center aims to transform the world’s energy systems by fostering research, education, and technology transfer.
Energy Insights by Stanford Business
July 16, 2019
A new study finds that hydrogen could address a major drawback of solar and wind power.
May 23, 2019
Despite the surging focus on environmental sustainability, a new study suggests investors still care about the old kind of green.