The Center for Clean Energy Engineering (C2E2) serves as a portal for energy research and education at the University of Connecticut. Focused on meeting with the vision and goals of the academic plan, the center conducts cutting edge research for advancing the scientific and engineering knowledge base, training of scientists and engineers, transforming basic understanding to engineered systems and technology transfer that enables market transformation. The Center’s efforts are geared toward catalyzing the development of a global “Sustainable Energy Economy” through academic basic and applied research, systems engineering, prototype development and demonstration as well as providing cost-effective solutions to current and emerging technologies.
The Center efficiently utilizes resources provided by the university, government agencies and industries for education, training, outreach and community development. Working with the faculty, staff and students, the center develops and promotes academic excellence in energy sustainability, cross cutting multi-disciplinary systems based engineering research with the intent of the promotion of efficient resource utilization and development and implementation of energy policies at the state and national level.