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ADVANCED POWER AND ENERGY PROGRAM

The Advanced Power and Energy Program at the University of California, Irvine addresses the development and deployment of efficient, environmentally sensitive, sustainable power generation and energy conversion worldwide. At the heart of this endeavor is the creation of new knowledge brought about through fundamental and applied research, and the sharing of this knowledge through education and outreach. Industry is actively engaged and vital to this effort.

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APEP Key Components

Built on a foundation established in 1970 with the creation of the UCI Combustion laboratory and the 1998 dedication of the National Fuel Cell Research Center, APEP is an umbrella organization that addresses the broad utilization of energy resources and the emerging nexus of electric power generation, infrastructure, transportation, water resources, and the environment. The program encompasses six key foci of the world's energy future. Each of the six foci encompasses six key elements and interact as graphically represented below. Click on the image below to visit the research summaries page.

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