Princeton University China Energy Group (CEG) is a student-operated research-focused organization based at Princeton University. CEG’s objective is to encourage sharing of ideas and perspectives on China’s energy situation, and communication amongst members on their research’s energy implications.
|Panel Discussion Keeps Going!|
|On Nov. 24 th, PUCEG organized this year's second panel discussion focused on "energy technology diffusion in the context of climate change". It was a great success!|
|A New Member Joined PUCEG Family|
Let's welcome Hao Zheng from department of Physics!
|Meet the industry leader: Chevron||Ammonia: An Overlooked Byproduct from Energy Generation||Apply to be a member|
|(09/27/13) A dozen of CEG members joined the lunch with recruiters from Chevron to learn about everything you want to know about Chevron.||(by Kang Sun) Controlling ammonia actually can be a more efficient way to mitigate the environment impact from energy generation.||Interested in China energy development? Come and join us!|
|Talk to the experts||CO2 Storage: Large-scale low-cost demonstration opportunities in China||Welcome new members|
|CEG members took unique opportunity to discuss with Prof.Cong and other cholars from Tsinghua university over the energy topics of mutual interests.||(by Zhong Zheng) CO2 source-sink matching identifies low-cost opportunities for large-scale CO2 capture and storage demonstration projects in China.||Bo Jiang and Peichao Li joined China Energy Group|