Columbia Engineering Launches New Center for Research into Renewable Energy and Energy Storage

By
Marilyn Harris
October 15, 2018

Columbia Engineering has launched a new research center, the Columbia Electrochemical Energy Center (CEEC), to address energy storage and conversion using batteries and fuel cells in transformative ways that will ultimately enable the widespread use of renewable energy and the associated need for energy storage. The Center is co-directed by Alan C. West, Samuel Ruben-Peter G. Viele Professor of Electrochemistry, and Daniel Steingart, associate professor of earth and environmental engineering, who will join Columbia Engineering from Princeton University in January 2019.

The full press release can be found in the Columbia Engineering Magazine.