A matter of global survival...
With the world’s rising demand for oil beginning to outpace our ability to supply it, the science of energy has become a matter of “global survival.”
The Nancy and Stephen Grand Technion Energy Program (GTEP) brings some of the Technion's best minds together to discover alternative and renewable energy sources, promote more efficient energy use, and reduce the environmental damage caused by the production of fossil fuels.
The Technion aims to be a major player in lessening our dependence on fossil fuels, by creating groundbreaking research in solar energy, windpower, and hydrogen technology. Learn more about Technion's key projects below.
The GTEP aims to be a major player in lessening our dependence on fossil fuels. By coordinating the research of nine different Technion faculties, the interdisciplinary efforts described in the above video work toward not just creating new forms of energy, but creating new ways of storing and transporting energ
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