Princeton E-ffiliates Partnership and ExxonMobil announce five collaborative research projects on energy and the environment

Tuesday, Sep 20, 2016
by Sharon Adarlo, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment

Princeton University researchers working in collaboration with scientists at ExxonMobil’s research arm will be conducting innovative research on batteries and solar cells, as well as Arctic sea ice, ocean absorption of carbon dioxide, and low energy plasmas.

The projects’ announcement comes after an exhaustive study of proposals and research areas that will advance sustainable energy initiatives and the understanding of climate change’s impact. This collaboration was sparked by ExxonMobil’s pledge to contribute $5 million over five years to Princeton E-ffiliates Partnership, a program administered by the University’s Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment to catalyze collaborations between researchers on campus and in industry for finding sustainable energy and environmental solutions.  Learn more about the partnership between Princeton University and ExxonMobil.