Solar Decathlon is a biennial project sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy to promote solar technology and energy-efficient construction. In 2013, Stanford placed fifth overall.
Students for a Sustainable Stanford works to ensure that environmental sustainability is a core principle behind social, structural, and educational development in our community. We execute and support initiatives to broker a harmonious relationship between the University and its ecosystem.
Stanford Undergraduate Sustainability Scholars (SUSS) is dedicated to exploring effective ways of communicating issues pertaining to sustainability and the Stanford campus.
Stanford Environmental Consulting (SEC) is a student-run organization with the goal of promoting sustainable practices that emphasize environmental, financial, and social performance.
Founded in 1989, the Stanford Solar Car Project is an entirely student-run, non-profit organization fueled by its members? passion for environmentally sustainable technology.
The Stanford Solar and Wind Energy Project (or SWEP) student group, aims to promote, assess, and develop the solar and wind energy resources on and around Stanford’s campus.
SEED is a Stanford student organization dedicated to educating the youth of East Palo Alto about environmental issues through natural science lessons.
The physical manifestation of the Lotus Living Laboratory at Stanford University is the Green Dorm, the design, construction and operation of which is an ongoing discovery of sustainable pathways.
The GSB Energy Club fosters connects between students at the GSB, across Stanford, and in the energy community.
GRID Alternatives? mission is to empower communities in need by providing renewable energy and energy efficiency services, equipment and training.